Village Heights won first place: $500, an ad in the Larchmont Buzz and an ad in the Larchmont Chronicle. Flicka is this year’s runner up and wins a $250 prize, announce BID President Tom Kneafsey.
“We would also like to thank our judges, the presidents of some of our local neighborhood groups:
Larry Guzin, Windsor Square; Charlie D’Atri, Larchmont Village Neighborhood Association and
Jan Kesner, Ridgewood-Wilton Neighborhood Association.”
Village Heights owner Louis Eafalla’s Parisian-themed window showcases the wide variety of gifts, home decor, personal accessories for men and women, new and vintage jewelry, plus lots of other great items sold in the store. Locals also appreciate their jewelry and watch repair and appraisal services.
Flicka, celebrating 25 years on Larchmont, no doubt wowed the judges with itsr Christmas tree in a perpetual snow flurry. Sadly, the snow ceased when the overheated motor gave out, Kristen Sata told us when we were there taking a photo of their wonderful, whimsical window. Darn, wished we had a photo of it! It was really wonderful. If you have one, please share it!
Congratulations to both stores, whic make shopping on Larchmont festive all year long!