Park Avenue will twinkle with two and a half miles of holiday trees! Join The Fund for Park Avenue for the Park Avenue Tree Lighting and Carol Sing, Sunday, Dec. 4 at 6:30 p.m. Brick Presbyterian Church Park Avenue @ 91 Street. The tradition of lighting trees on Park Avenue began seventy years ago when several Park Avenue families wanted a special way to honor those men and women who died in World War II. Today the iridescent trees remain a symbol of peace and a reminder of the sacrifices made to attain it in celebration of New York’s Holiday Season. This illumination is organized and paid for by the Fund for Park Avenue. Please Donate generously!
For what to wear to the traditional Park Avenue Tree Lighting, with a pre-party at J.McLaughlin and the dinners and parties to follow, we found the perfectly festive ensembles to wear all of the celebratory season.
Every year we remember with love, dearest Roger Webster. Here with Barbara McLaughlin by Annie Watt