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Frosty The Snowman Is Celebrating His 68th Birthday This Sunday In Armonk
Did you know that Armonk, NY (Westchester) is Frosty the Snowman's hometown? I had no idea until I discovered this wonderful holiday event with my family and friends two years ago. I recommend it as one of the best local holiday activities Westchester and Rockland has to offer.
"Frosty, will be celebrated again this year with “Frosty Day” by his hometown of Armonk, New York on Sunday, November 25, the Sunday of the Thanksgiving Holiday Weekend. Activities and fun-filled family events will start at 12:30 pm in town; they include Frosty cartoons at the North Castle Public Library, dance and musical performances in Armonk Square as well as magicians, singers and clowns throughout downtown Armonk. In addition, marching bands and carolers will accompany families as they visit shops and merchants to get their faces painted, frost holiday cookies, decorate ornaments and trinkets – as well as ride a train around town and go on a hayride through the Wampus Brook Park. Free hot chocolate, coffee, snacks and wine tasting!
The highlight of Frosty Day will be a parade starting at 4:30 p.m. that will go down Main Street, then onto Bedford Avenue and past the “Village Square” mentioned in
the song. More than 30 local groups and organizations will participate with floats, lights, dancing, costumes and music to welcome Frosty home. Frosty then invites everyone to become part of the parade and celebrate his 68th Birthday! More info and the schedule on www.armonkfrosty.com
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