From the Chamber: Openings, Closings and Various Events

A weekly column from Peggy Conway of the Bronxville Chamber of Commerce.

What a glorious weekend we were graced with! Spring sports have begun, and spring merchandise is in the stores.

Our Bronxville merchants have adorned their windows beautifully, as usual! has a tribute to the New York Yankees in her windows. has the latest designs from MacKenzie-Childs on display. has an extensive selection of spring and Easter books in its windows.

Stop in Womrath this Thursday, April 7, to meet two authors: Wade Nichols, author of Glamis Curse, and John Barr, the poet behind The Hundred Fathom Curve, will be in the store at 2 p.m. to promote their books.

On Wednesday, April 6 we welcome a new member to the Bronxville business community: Stephanie Weston and her staff will open the Bronxville branch of People’s United Bank on Kraft Avenue. (111 Kraft Avenue, 914-725-2105). This is the company’s sixth branch in Westchester County. We wish them a long and successful stay here!

Sadly, we also say goodbye to , a store that has been an integral part of our community for almost 30 years. Enchante’s last day is Saturday April 9. We wish Adrienne Ganz, owner and Bronxville native, all the best!

This Saturday, April 9th, the Junior League of Bronxville will host a fun morning at the movies. Walk over to at 9:30 a.m. and support the Junior League outreach programs while you enjoy the movie, Kung Fu Panda. The ticket price of $10 includes popcorn and a drink!

I would like to acknowledge how incredibly generous and giving our Bronxville business owners are. It seems that they are always opening up their businesses or donating something for our local charities. Please remember this when you leave your houses to shop, and reward them for their support by supporting them. That’s the best thank you possible! Buy Bronxville!


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