This community event will bring Greenwich Avenue to life in a new way to mark Halloween 2021, with Greenwich Hospital as the Presenting Sponsor!
The Local Moms Network, the parent company of Greenwich Moms, is pleased to announce Greenwich Greet & Treat, a Halloween-centric community event taking place on Greenwich Avenue on Sunday, October 31 from 11am-3pm. Greenwich Moms has partnered with Greenwich Magazine to bring the Avenue to life in a different way this Halloween with a series of unique activations to complement the safe trick-or-treating opportunity the event provides. The day will bring families together for festive fun while fostering connection for the community.
Businesses along Greenwich Avenue will participate in Greenwich Greet & Treat with special in-store promotions and goodies for all. Guests will have the chance to meet with local business owners and learn more about what they do along their trick-or-treating experience. A number of food trucks will be on site, including Dough Girls, Neil’s on Wheels and more.
Greenwich Greet & Treat Presenting Sponsor is Greenwich Hospital, who has been supporting children in our community since its inception. The hospital serves Fairfield County, Connecticut and Westchester County, New York, and specializes in a wide range of medical, surgical, diagnostic and wellness programs and operates a Pediatric Specialty Center.
Houlihan Lawrence is Trick or Treat Balloon & Bag Sponsor, serving as the event’s exclusive real estate partner. Bright Horizons is also a Trick or Treat Balloon & Bag Sponsor.
The Local Moms Network CEO and Greenwich Moms founder Layla Lisiewski said, “We’re excited to team up with Greenwich Magazine to bring everyone together for some safe Halloween fun in one of Greenwich’s most iconic locations all while celebrating families and what makes our town special.”
Greenwich Magazine Editor Cristin Marandino added, “We greatly admire the work that Layla and her team at Greenwich Moms have done over the years. And we’re thrilled to partner with them on such a fantastic event that focuses on family, small businesses and community. The past year and a half has been a long road, so seeing the Avenue filled with little trick or treaters having fun will do us all good!”
“Greenwich Hospital is delighted to support Greenwich Moms as they celebrate children in a safe, fun way,” said Diane Kelly, president Greenwich Hospital. “It has been very disappointing to all of us at Greenwich Hospital that we have had to cancel our time honored tradition of the Teddy Bear Clinic for the past two years because of COVID. It is important for us to be able to support efforts that bring our community together, especially with children at the heart of the event.”