Shop, Dine, Save and Be Merry as you stroll downtown Greenwich with family and friends to celebrate the 6th Annual Greenwich Holiday Stroll Weekend, December 6th and 7th. FREE PARKING throughout downtown Greenwich compliments of Greenwich Town Party, December Saturday, December 6th. Parking is free in downtown Greenwich on Sundays.
Enjoy fun festivities for the whole family both Saturday and Sunday throughout downtown Greenwich. Please check the map for exact locations. Visit LIVE reindeer and get your photo with Santa at McArdles! Over 110 participating merchants offering holiday promotions and refreshments. Live Nativity featuring nine animals and Greenwich area churches, two different horse drawn carriage rides, horse petting station at Wine Wise, live music entertainment tent featuring outstanding singing performances, professional ice sculpture demos, the Kempo Academy Bouncy Castles, a food truck village on Greenwich Avenue, food trucks on East Putnam, Greenwich Arts Council holiday art workshops, letter writing to Santa and much more.
$5 of every photo package with Santa will be donated to Kids in Crisis during the 6th Annual Greenwich Holiday Stroll Weekend. McArdle's will also donate $5 of every wreath sold December 6th and 7th to Kids in Crisis. There will be a Giving Tree for Kids in Crisis at McArdle's November 28 through December 24. PETS are welcome to join you for your photos with Santa!
Located at 59 East Putnam Avenue, this dramatic representation of the birth of Christ will feature a camel, donkey, llama, cow and five sheep. Greenwich area churches will dramatically act out the story of Christ's birth.
Three to four gourmet Food Trucks located near Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams, 45 East Putnam Avenue and Lillian August, 26 East Putnam Avenue. Enjoy some delicious food while strolling and shopping.
Stop by for some warm holiday refreshments and an invitation to Christmas Eve Service. Located near Greenwich Pharmacy, 116 Greenwich Avenue.
Complimentary rides down Greenwich Avenue to Richards and up Mason Street to Computer Super Center and then to Greenwich Avenue via Amogerone Crossway. Three loading and unloading areas only.
Featuring LIVE Holiday Music. Located in front of Bank of America, 240 Greenwich Avenue
Behind TD Bank, 235 Greenwich Avenue
Educational info about vein disease and free consultations. Located at 239 Greenwich Avenue.
Located next to Jack Wills, 252 Greenwich Avenue
Located in the Board of Education parking lot 290 Greenwich Avenue.
Located at Greenwich Senior Center, 299 Greenwich Ave.
Featuring complimentary warm apple cider Located at Greenwich Senior Center 299 Greenwich Avenue
Located at Greenwich Senior Center 299 Greenwich Avenue
A Magical Holiday Experience! Family and pets welcome for Photos with Santa hosted by McArdle's 48 Arch Street November 29 - December 24
The Putnam Hill Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution is sponsoring a Candlelight Open House at Putnam Cottage on December 7, 2014 from 4 to 7 PM. There will be Revolutionary soldiers, colonial music, children's crafts, holiday snacks and tours of the Cottage with costumed docents. Putnam Cottage is located at 243 East Putnam Avenue in Greenwich. For this event parking is available next door at the Junior League of Greenwich, YWCA, and across the street at Christ Church. There is also parking behind the cottage at First Church of Christ Scientist, 11 Park Place, there is a gate leading to the cottage. Admission is $5 per person and is used to assist in the preservation of the Cottage. If you would like to learn more about Putnam Cottage please visit our web site www.PutnamHillDAR.org.