Greenwich’s annual Sidewalk Sale Days continue through Sunday, July 12. The bargains are drawing shoppers from as far as Long Island and New Jersey. But there’s more than just discounts at retail stores. Bring your quarters for parking meters and wear comfy walking shoes.
All weekend there will be family-friendly entertainment. Also, restaurants, many with outdoor seating, are buzzing with specials.
Saturday, July 11, 12:00 pm – 3:00 pm. JD Southard Band will be performing live music in front of the Board of Education on Greenwich Avenue. Also, Faces by Wells will be offering face painting.
Sunday, July 12, 12:00 pm – 3:00 pm. Barbara Occhino and fellow musicians from BarbaraEntertains.com will be performing live music in front of the Board of Education on Greenwich Avenue. In addition, Party Talent will be offering face painting and balloon art, and Faces by Wells will also offer face painting.
Sale and event updates can be found on the Chamber’s Facebook page and Twitter page. There are also two official hashtags for this event — #GreenwichSidewalkSalesand#GSS2015 — that attendees can use when posting photos and checking in. The Chamber will have giveaways for those who post the most!
Helping you cool down, staff from Pinkberry walked the sidewalks with free samples. Credit: Leslie Yager
Samples of frozen yogurt on offer outside Pinkberry. Credit: Leslie Yager
Sidewalk Traffic Near the Burts Bees Baby Tent. Credit: Emma Daley.
Tents, Balloons, and Bargains line the Ave. on Friday morning. Credit: Emma Daley.
During the sales, Greenwich teens volunteer to bring an end to blood cancer. Credit: Emma Daley.
In the midst of the retail mayhem, Greenwich volunteers help raise awareness for blood cancer. Credit: Emma Daley.
Marcia O’Kane, exec director of the Greenwich Chamber of Commerce — organizer of Greenwich’s annual sidewalk sale days — had a stream of visitors including Jennifer Mason and her Adopt-A-Dog sweetie, Sally. Credit: Leslie Yager
Charles Norfleet and Maddie Graham from Quad Jobs were handing out free water bottles and information about the Greenwich based service that matches college and grad school students with employers for short term gigs just like this. Credit: Leslie Yager
Barbara Paul, a volunteer with the Chamber of Commerce with Marcia O’Kane, the Chambers executive director in front of TD Bank. Credit: Leslie Yager
Mike Geller and members of his team were busy sampling organic food available from Mike’s Organic Delivery service. Credit: Leslie Yager