Pineapple Waterford Crystals for Times Square – OF COURSE!

The pineapple signifies goodwill and hospitality, and so Waterford has created the 2019 crystal for Times Square with three pineapples on each crystal. Of course, the pineapple also reflects Sotheby’s International Realty..Mmmh.. who is copying whom?  Ha! Regardless,  Sotheby’s brand reflects a collaboration between realty and auction utilizing a combination of unique and exclusive marketing efforts that provide targeted exposure to a coveted and influential audience.

Since the founding of the Sotheby’s Auction House in 1744 as an auction bookseller, the Sotheby’s name has earned renown as a marketer of the world’s most valuable and fine possessions. This reputation is built as much on exceptional service to clients as it is on the notable art, antiques, jewelry and other holdings that pass through Sotheby’s offices around the world. It was out of this rich heritage that the Sotheby’s International Realty® brand was born.

Click here to see the Waterford Crystals.

Click here to enjoy Sotheby’s International Realty!

“The internationally recognized symbol of hospitality perfectly represents who we are, what we stand for, and what you can expect.”

“The image of the pineapple has long adorned the welcoming entrances of some of the world’s finest homes. The exotic fruit’s association with fine living dates back to the fifteenth century, when European explorers brought them back from their voyages to the Caribbean. By the seventeenth century, when this rare and highly prized fruit began to be cultivated in hothouses, only the very wealthy could afford them and would sometimes use them as the centerpiece for their lavish entertaining tables. Pineapples became so synonymous with opulence that some were even known to rent them for their table displays.
With the rise of New England′s great sailing ship era, sea captains would often place a outside their homes after returning from a long and perilous voyage to signify a safe return and to invite friends to visit. Thus originated the tradition of incorporating the form of a pineapple into carved stone elements placed at the entrances of distinguished residences. For William Pitt Sotheby′s International Realty, this tradition endures, with the pineapple serving as our icon and the perfect symbol of hospitality and home.”


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Pet Friendly Coops in the Mamaroneck and Larchmont Area

One of the many questions that I get from potential buyers for a coop, is “does the complex accept pets?” So, I thought to better assist everyone, here is a list of those complexes in the Larchmont area (zip code 10538), and the Mamaroneck area (10543) that allow dogs and cats.

  • The Stonecrest , 21 N. Chatsworth Avenue, Larchmont – no dogs
  • Larchmont Acres West, Larchmont (Richbell Road) allows cats and dogs
  • Larchmont Gables, 1440- 1448 Boston Post Road, Larchmont – no dogs
  • Alden House – 11 Alden Road, Larchmont – no dogs
  • Larchmont Hills, 17 N. Chatsworth Avenue, Larchmont – no dogs
  • Washington Square, Larchmont – no dogs
  • Evelyn Court, 604 Tompkins Avenue, Mamaroneck – allows cats and dogs
  • Palmer Court, Palmer Terrace, Mamaroneck – no dogs
  • Mamaroneck Gardens, Richbell Road, Mamaroneck – no dogs
  • Orienta Gardens, Mamaroneck (1015 Boston Post Road) – no dogs
  • Lawn Terrace Mamaroneck, – no dogs
  • Palmer Terrace – Mamaroneck – no dogs
  • Hawthorne Gardens, 910 Stuart Avenue, Mamaroneck – restricted weight (dogs), cats allowed
  • Evelyn Court – 604 Tompkins Avenue – allows cats and dogs (dogs must be interviewed)
If I can assist you in your search for pet friendly coops, please feel free to contact me.
Larchmont and Mamaroneck are GREAT!
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It’s Gingerbread Time!

I wish I could make gingerbread houses for all of my great clients, past and present, but unfortunately time doesn’t allow.

However, I hope I placed a smile on some client’s faces !

Happy Holidays everyone!
New Rochelle is GREAT!

I like to insert lights inside the gingerbread toy shops..

Full of chocolates!

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Light Up Larchmont 2019!

Kathryn Light, Glen Erickson, Georgie, Finn and Marni Sugarman

It was a great way to start the Holidays on  if you were in Larchmont on Saturday! There were ‘sleigh’ rides around the village from 12-3 p.m., and Julia B. Fee Sotheby’s was one of the proud sponsors of the event, along with Chase Bank and Clarke Auctioneers and Appraisers.  Hot cocoa and cookies were served by our very own Glen Erickson  and Kathryn Light. There were goodies supplied by Veronica Finkel of Chase Bank, and Marni Sugarman from Decorating Den Interiors.

Sonya and Jack Cronin!

Waiting patiently on line for the ride was Sonya Cronin and son, Jack! It was a huge success despite the cold, and fun was had by all.

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11th Annual Hot Cocoa Run in New Rochelle

Well, it was a cold morning but that didn’t deter the participants and many volunteers who participated in the 11th Annual Hot Cocoa Run in New Rochelle on Saturday, December 7th. I parked many blocks away, took my pooch and so that meant we had to stop at every tree and mailbox along the way! This year’s race benefited Alzheimer’s, ALS and Diabetes charities. There was a one mile dog walk, 1 mile family frolic, 5 K and 10K race. The goal was to raise $20,000 and to-date they have raised $20,211 so a great success!

Click here are the race results

New Rochelle is GREAT!

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Public Open House 25 Vanderburgh Avenue, Larchmont 10538 12/8/19 1-3 p.m.

Please join us for a public open house on Sunday, December 8th from 1-3 p.m. at 25 Vanderburgh Avenue, Larchmont. Perfect location every day of the week! This charming brick colonial combines a priceless walkable lifestyle with elegant, updated creature comforts. Nestled between the Larchmont train station, village shops/restaurants, the new, state-of-the-art Turtle Park and Playground and the vibrant, seasonal farmers’ market, this home commands a vast array of quickly accessible options. Beautiful hardwood floors, a bay of French doors, a stately fireplace, and several walls of built-in bookshelves are some of the architectural features that make this home’s interior so distinctive. The updated kitchen conveniently opens onto the fenced-in patio and features limestone counters, a farmhouse sink, a Caesarstone central island, plenty of cabinets and high-end stainless steel appliances (Miele, Wolf). The 2nd floor bathroom is spacious, extremely well-appointed and kept warm with radiant heat. The master bedroom is adorned with a charming balcony and has good storage with its 2 closets. The other two bedrooms enjoy double exposure and good closet space. There is central A/C throughout, 4/1 zone HVAC, an attic house fan and double glazed windows. The finished lower level surprises with its highly functional, recreational space (500SF not included in total) with a separate, large bonus room, built-in bookshelves, a cedar closet, a separate laundry space and a full bathroom. The 1-car, attached garage yields extra room for bike storage and the paver driveway easily accommodates 4 vehicles outdoors. Enjoying a coffee, strolling to the market and nipping out for dinner don’t require driving but there won’t be any excuse to miss the train or be late for school either! Whether you are looking for a home or for an investment, come experience the charm and convenience of Larchmont village life! This wonderful home is being offered at $1,095,000.

The listing agent is Nathalie Clark .

Pop in and see firsthand what a lovely home this is!

Larchmont is Great!


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Where in the World (New York) is Matthew -#3

LINCOLN CENTER…The Cultural Mecca Of The World!

with my mom!

The Upper West Side, Lincoln Center to be exact is bustling with the arts and nightlife; from up and coming artists to world famous and preeminent performers, this paradise for city dwellers has a plethora to offer and so rich in history.

The cultural buildings were designed by highly renowned architects Philip Johnson, Wallace Harrison, Gordon Bunshaft, and Eero Saarinen.

Jerome Robbins iconic West Side Story, which originally came out on October 18th in 1961 and garnered 11 Academy Awards, about two rival gangs is important and meaningful because it is an artistic accomplishment and is responsible for some significant changes in the concept of the filmed musical…it is significant because of its melding of jazz, avante-garde Broadway, and Latin American music styles, predating the fusion movement by ten years. It was filmed among the demolition and rubble of the first construction of Lincoln Center. 2020 will see Steven Spielberg remake the legendary movie/drama as well.

My own Mother, who has lived in Manhattan for over thirty years and in Lincoln Center for several years, finds great, rich artistic living here. The Ballet is among one of her many passions and favorites as is dining out as this picture of her and I outside the heralded PJ. Clarkes on West 63rd Street indicates recently. Very easily and conveniently accessible from New Rochelle and Southern Westchester by Metro North train, Lincoln Center…the cultural icon of the world awaits you!

Upcoming at The New York City Ballet: The Nutcracker on Sunday, December 15 at The David H. Koch Theater. Also, The Metropolitan Opera House features La Nozze Di Figaro on Saturday December 14th. And don’t forget to get your great tickets at David Geffen Hall as the New York Philharmonic presents Harry Potter And The Sorcerer’s Stone in concert on December 13th and 14th. Also there, Harry Bicket and Louise Adler performing Handels Messiah on December 17th! A fun and creative month of beautiful artistic events that comes to Lincoln Center once more!

TEQUILA SUNRISE…From Mexico With Pride!

Imagine this discerning food aficionados.
You can now be transported right to Mexico via Larchmont, New York’s very own Tequila Sunrise! Since 1992, this haven for the finest Mexican fare has brought culinary smiles and delight to all those who know and love iconic Tequila Sunrise. My favorites are the Nachos Classico, Guacamole, mouthwatering enchiladas, terrific tacos, brilliant burritos, tasty chimichangas. Fans of this world renowned eatery come from all parts of the New York tristate area. Tequila Sunrise is also a unique and great venue to host your next event or private party! Conveniently located at 145 Larchmont Avenue in gorgeous, rich in history Larchmont, NY…I often find myself and great friend Clare sitting in their cozy dining room or perhaps dinner for two at their welcoming bar. Outgoing owner/proprietor, Rob Gorsline, and his remarkable staff are always attentive and great fun to be with.

For almost 30 glorious years, Tequila Sunrise has been creating culinary magic ala Mexico! “Fresh and delicious food, excellent service. Fun and spacious dining room!” Exclaims one local longtime patron. “Taco Tuesday is a must! 3 dollar tacos and it can’t be beat!” “The nachos and guacamole are amazing!” “Bartender is a real pro, makes great drinks, especially the incredible margaritas.” As they always say, “adding a little spice to Westchester since 1992…” Tequila Sunrise, still bringing high quality Mexican fare direct to you and your family!

DA GIORGIO RISTORANTE…Italy has come To New Rochelle!

(Matthew and Chef Da Giorgio holding Matt’s Father’s latest acclaimed novel Radio Active.)

Of all the gorgeous and important European regions in the world, certainly beautiful Italy has produced some of the finest gourmet fare ever. Who doesn’t love Italian cuisine?
Closer to home…here in the New Rochelle Quaker Ridge Shopping Center sits proudly Da Giorgio. This well thought out high caliber dining venue features some of Italy’s most celebrated food! From the country that brought you Pizza, Fashion, Art, Vespas, Leonardo Da Vinci, Andrea Bocelli, Christopher Columbus, Sophia Loren, the Fiat car, and so much more, now here is the superb Italian venue Da Giorgio.

My favorites are the Formaggi, a chef selection of imported Italian cheeses. I also admire the Baked Clams Oreganatto…Rigatoni Bolognese…Insalata Caprese…Wild Mushroom Risotto…Eggplant Rollettini…Calamari Fritti… Penne ala grappa…Lasagna Calabrese and much more served direct to your awaiting palate. Vegetarian friendly, Da Giorgio is wheelchair accessible and open for lunch and dinner. 77 Quaker Ridge Road, New Rochelle. Phone them today and feel as if you really are in Italy! 914 235 2727.

When fine Italian cuisine matters…it has to be Da Giorgio. One of many very satisfied patrons raved this, “Da Giorgio is a cozy restaurant with great food and friendly service. Chef Da Giorgio creates mouthwatering specials every evening. You won’t be disappointed from appetizers, entrees to desserts!” And these welcoming words from another highly happy customer: “Great staff, awesome food! Excellent choices on the menu list with great presentation.” Now you don’t have to go all the way to Italy for impeccable Italian cuisine; Da Giorgio in New Rochelle is here waiting for you! (Information Courtesy of Chef Da Giorgio)


The Sleeping Giant Has Awakened.

Matt inside The Printhouse

Once dormant and bare downtown New Rochelle will look quite different soon… and it already has to be precise. The city on the sound and home of the Dick Van Dyke Show has had many luminaries reside here such as Yankee legend  Mariano Rivera, TV stars Bob Denver, and Jay Leno, music greats Don McLean and Wynton Marsalis and more. It is also the very suburban city which once featured historic Mayors such as Stanley W. Church, Alvin Ruskin, Frank Garito, Vinny Rippa, Len Paduano and Tim Idoni. And, of course, years ago long before developers descended on New Rochelle, we were once the home of Bloomingdales, Arnold Constable and Macy’s.


Now, the city of roughly 80,000 residents is undergoing a massive real estate renewal. Certainly, the keen vision of key city officials such as gifted Mayor Noam Bramson, highly regarded and well thought of Commissioner Of Development, Luiz Aragon, and City Manager extraordinaire Chuck Strome have attracted major interest in our fine city.

Courtesy of Greg McCord Cappelli Enterprises

High profile developers have converged on New Rochelle putting up phenomenal and luxurious high rise rental and condo residential buildings hoping to attract savvy millennials and more. It was done successfully in White Plains, Stamford, and other fine cities….now New Rochelle is seeing it’s big real estate transformation. But this is not the first time as you will recall; real estate titan Louis Cappelli came into New Rochelle on fire with his brilliant vision and built the immense 190 million dollar New Roc City, the marvelous Lofts At New Roc and the magnificent 40 story Trump Plaza. Mr. Cappelli is back in our growing city yet again with his impressive and handsome 14 story, 114 unit project billed as The Standard. The actual site has celebrated history; it is once where the famed Standard Star Newspaper was located. The Standard is near completion and will boast 13 eye catching studio homes, 92 one bedroom apartments and 7 two bedroom residences. As well as 4,000 square ft of prime retail space. Mr. Cappelli believes in New Rochelle and he has raised the real estate standard yet again.

Matt at The Standard … Photos Courtesy of Clare Lawrence

Photo courtesy of Clare Lawrence

More upscale and very worthy New Rochelle development comes in the form of abundant and epic RXR Realty and their breathtaking 360 Huguenot Building, brimming with high quality, sophisticated amenities and actual apartments which are able to be defined only in their own terms. Some of the coziest and very tastefully designed units I’ve seen in years, right down to the high grade kitchen appliances and spacious living space. Scott Rechler and his uber talented RXR associates have proven their strong commitment to New Rochelle and the company’s steadfast support of our city is instantly recognizable. Many admirers of this great building , and I am one of them, have commented that the apartments have a Fifth Avenue sophistication and appeal to them. 360 Huguenot raises the bar for upscale living in New Rochelle. Also making waves here in our city is Megalith Capital Management and their stunning The Printhouse offering, a striking 6 story, 71 unit entity. The Printhouse features an appealing rooftop deck, state-of -the-art fitness center, charming resident lounge and convenient covered surface parking. From the minute you enter their welcoming, stylish lobby you just know this is exceptional upscale living. But this is just the tip of the real estate iceberg. I, like so many, believe all this development is good for our burgeoning city; it will lead to more appropriate high end housing, more jobs, retail and more. The vision and groundwork has been laid for New Rochelle’s real estate future…and so let it be known that the future is here and it looks pretty remarkably impressive! Are you ready to find the home of your dreams?

Happy Holidays from Clare and myself. Clare is my official photographer!

Happy Holidays from MATTHEW!


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Giving Tuesday and Community Service

Tuesday was giving Tuesday, but it shouldn’t just be on any one day. It is simply fun and so rewarding to help others. I would even argue that we are helping ourselves more (mentally and emotionally) when we are helping others.

Life throws out so many challenges to everyone, and not everyone has time and certainly not money readily available, so I would also like to feel that community service could be interpreted as giving a helping hand along the way. Helping someone cross the street (assuming they want to cross the street of course – ha!),  offering some money to someone less fortunate, taking over a meal to a friend who is ill, taking that extra frozen turkey or ham to a soup kitchen, all wonderful gestures and definitely serving the community if even on a limited basis.

It’s funny as I see how my helping others has evolved over the years.  When I found myself alone in the city back in the 1970’s, and missing my family, I sponsored a child in Brazil with monthly donations, then became a ‘Big Brother’ to a young boy in the city. When I married and couldn’t become pregnant, I volunteered at the city’s Foundling Hospital one night a week after work. I became pregnant in 3 months!  It took my mind off me!

As a parent, we try to encourage our children to give to the community too and in ways that they can enjoy also. As they see us giving, they will follow in our footsteps.

When my children were younger, we delivered meals on wheels for 7 years. Not every day, but every other Sunday, and as one child couldn’t make it due to sports, etc. the other son would accompany me. I have great children, and it was fun. We met so many interesting people along the way.

Through delivering those meals on wheels, I noticed that my visit was THE only visit some of the older citizens received. My heart cried for them, and I made a Valentine’s Day cake for one older lady who I thought was very special. She gave a card to me on my next visit, thanking me for the cake, as she never thought she would ever receive a Valentine’s Day gift from anyone anymore. Oh my goodness! I asked Patricia Showers, the Director of the program if I could make a Birthday cake for each the home bound receiving meals on wheels. I started making cakes for them on their Birthdays, but it didn’t last more than a year or so as it became too complicated for the program. My heart was there, and I enjoyed the experience. One lady informed me that her grandson played football at West Point and was in the newspaper. I  went out and bought several copies of the newspaper for her. On my next visit, I excitedly gave her the copies of the newspaper with her grandson featured  thinking it would make her happy, but she had forgotten all about it… age had stepped in.

I can recall making a Thanksgiving complete dinner and delivering it to a Halfway House in White Plains on Church Street one Thanksgiving… taking foods to the Hope Kitchen when it was at the church on Lockwood Avenue. I think we all try to give in ways that have meaning to us. In my case, my family was in England, and while I had a loving family here, I would think about all of those less fortunate who were away from their families, and needed that small connection. In truth, one lasting memory stayed with me and still does to this day. When I was about 10 years old, I had written to Oxfam to help starving children in Africa. I had received an envelope, and donation envelopes or something similar. That was as far as it went, and I never sent any money as I had none to give. I was terrified that someone would knock on my door asking for the money, but I think it made me want to make up for not giving at that time. I once brought home a school mate and asked if he could stay for dinner. My mom said that she had no food for him, and that memory also had a lasting effect on me too. I felt so badly towards that young friend who lived in a lean too if my memory is correct. On another note, I would have gladly given him my brussel sprouts and greens …

As my children grew a little older, and they were involved in so many sports, so my contact with others also changed direction, but not community involvement. I noticed that many youngsters in the Pop Warner Football team were not as fortunate as we were. SO, I volunteered to have two boys join me after school, so I could help them with their homework. The goal? SO their test scores would improve allowing them to make it to the Championship Bowl game, an overnight trip over the Thanksgiving Holiday which was a treat for all who went.  Also, one young man was offered a scholarship at Iona Prep School but he needed better scores. Alas, right after the football season ended, my young friends disappeared also as it was then basketball season. I also learned that their neighbors made fun of them for having a white friend . That saddened me, and realized that if my face were a fixture then I would not be the oddity in their lives? So, not to give up, I thought I would reach out to the community by contributing time at the local Boys and Girls Club. Ostensibly, I was still trying to connect with the two young men, but I had lost them.

However, I thought on how I could contribute making it fun for myself and my youngest son, then around 2 years old. I asked if I could teach cooking. My youngest son, Brett was just 2 or 3 or so at the time, and he would accompany me. I did this for 2 years over the winter months, helped assist in one Holiday party too, and it was a fun and rewarding experience.

I can recall making gingerbread houses for the entire Special Education classes at the Ward School one year. I went from classroom to classroom, bringing in the icing and candy decorations for all of the children and helped decorate those houses.  I also helped as a helper in a special education classroom when my younger son started Kindergarten.  I showed the children how to make papier MÂché, and we made puppets and bowls! We all loved it!

I have been a soccer mom, baseball coach (the other coaches must have hated it but I would handle the paperwork and equipment!), and when a son joined a luge club, I created the “On the Fast Track”  bulletin for the Adirondack Luge Club, where I obtained some advertising, featured articles on the luge athletes ( hopefully some humorous ones), and designed and offered merchandise to the athletes also. PTA Co-Treasurer – been there done that! Organized a party for the School – check! I was also a Student Advocate for 2 years too helping young students obtain required services. After 9-11, we (our soccer team) held a garage sale with proceeds going to the local firefighters who had helped at Ground Zero.

My children and I collected coats for the needy one year too, delivering them to the Bronx. I have no clue where I found the organization as it was so many years ago before the internet,  but it was something I thought would help others, and my sons were actively involved.

I always wanted to answer a child in need’s request for a gift from Santa. That was one disappointment. I went to the Post Office in Grand Central, and asked for some letters to Santa. Unfortunately, my letters were from a teacher who had instructed her class  to write to Santa as a project to get free gifts, and I just didn’t feel comfortable with that? It took the romance out of giving from the heart. Nothing should be contrived?  That is important.  We should give because we WANT to, not because it is expected of us?

My middle son and I gave a $250 gift (not much I know) for 7 years at the high school to a student in Special Education . We called it “The Power to Excel Award”, and we wanted it to go to someone who wasn’t that A or B student but rather someone who was either physically challenged or learning disabled and who simply worked his/her the hardest they could.

Now that I am in real estate, I work 7 days a week,  totally support my family, and so my time is limited. However, I love animals, and was a volunteer at the local Humane Society. Well, as we all know that is just an excuse to adopt another pet! I would go on Holidays and snow days to help clean the cages and feed the pets so the workers could leave a little earlier or at least on time, and along the way, I found Binky! Once adopted, so ended my  volunteering there.

Community service has allowed me so many different avenues of wonderful experiences. I was on the Advisory Board for the Scarsdale Adult School for quite a few years, and then on the Board of Directors there too, but that I think was just rewarding for me !

Now that my time is limited due to my work, this is where donations come in handy! We all have our favorites, and I like to give to the Humane Society of Westchester in New Rochelle (it used to be the New Rochelle Humane Society), and to the Mount Vernon Animal Shelter. I recently was one of the sponsors for a Turkey Trot Race with the proceeds going to local charities, so while I am not as involved nowadays timewise, my heart is still there to help others in ways that I can. My office and company is very active in Philanthropic endeavors, and I help there when I can, but we all have our favorite charities which speak directly to us. If clients have unwanted items then I always encourage them to donate to the local charities too.

So, I would just say that to help is grand, to love what you are doing even better!

Westchester is GREAT



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11th Annual Hot Cocoa Run & Dog Walk December 7th, 2019

It’s not too late to enter the 11th Annual Hot Cocoa Run & Dog Walk! This 5 K Run/walk, 10K Run, 1 mile Family frolic/dog walk great event will be held on Saturday, December 7th starting at the Ward Elementary School !   You need to arrive at 7 am with the first race starting at 8 am!






















New Rochelle is GREAT!

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4th Annual Turkey Trot Race in New Rochelle

Okay – so you are traveling to your family, and spending the weekend, and are dreading the fact that you might not be able to exercise for a few days! Not the case! Make the most of your weekend, as Michael Conlon has created the Annual New Rochelle Thanksgiving Day Turkey Trot Race. It is a wonderful and fun way in which to  start the day – exercising and  also giving to so many worthwhile charities at the same time.  All of the proceeds go to local charities. This years’ charities are “My Brothers Keeper” ( Jared Rice was on hand to say a few words too), Boys and Girls Clubs of New Rochelle, Hope Community Services New Rochelle , The Fuller Center for Housing, The New Rochelle Campership Fund, Boys and Girl Scouts of New Rochelle and the William B. Ward P.T.A.  Where else will you encounter so many people dressed up as turkeys, (Yeti man was there too), and simply making it fun for all! There was hot chocolate, apple cider donuts compliments of DeCiccio & Sons), T-shirts, mugs and glasses to purchase (still time to purchase  – just contact Michael Conlon) .

Live Music by Stephen Byfield
– Kid’s Zone featuring: A bouncy-house   (It was too windy  but perhaps next year!) and obstacle course by Unforgettable Amusements & face painting by Kristen Whalen and NikiAnn Ryan
– New Rochelle Turkey Trot PHOTO BOOTH (gather for a family photo)
– Apple Cider Donuts for all trotters provided by DeCicco and Sons
– HOT coffee & HOT cocoa provided by the Cub Scouts Pack 1 of New Rochelle
– New Rochelle Turkey Trot GEAR & momentos), face painting, a great DJ too!

2019 marks the fourth annual race, and each year the number of participants is growing! Nearly 1500 registrants this year, and since it is the ONLY Thanksgiving Day race in the area, there were participants from Stony Point Long Island and beyond!

It was such a fun morning. The National Anthem was sung. SO many wonderful volunteers.

RESULTS 2019. A full list of race results can be found on RaceWire:

The Sponsors were: – did we mention you will get free Turkey Trot gear?


Contemporary Design Home Improvement
Dr. Martin Rube, Dentist
AJ’s Burgers
DeCicco and Sons
Pablo Valencia Landscaping
A Game Sports
Gay Rosen Real Estate (Oh my – Moi – me!)
Wykagyl Cleaners
– Young Life
Club Pilates
Home Light

Access to merchandise : Michael Conlon !

Wishing you a wonderful Holiday Season!

New Rochelle is GREAT!

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