Bronxville Chamber of Commerce

Weathering the Winter

It’s been a mild winter so far, but it ain’t over yet! Here are some resources to keep in mind:

Besson Oil is ready to serve all your oil heating needs—as they’ve been doing since 1835! 779-0008

Need to be shoveled out? Snow-removal services are offered by Michael Serio Tree Care (771-8733;, and Edward Lange (337-2628). Leave the heave-ho to them!

Pipes burst? Tony Giannoni can restore your service!

If icy roads result in a collision, several Chamber members offer 24-hour towing: Merit Auto Body; Bronxville Auto Collision; and Ultimate AutoBody. They also can help with repairs and insurance claims—so keep their number handy!

Leave your car at home and enjoy the added convenience of door-to-door service! Call Bronxville Depot Taxi or Eastchester Trip Service.

FitWalk has winterized their fitness classes by relocating from outdoors to in for the season! Classes meet at Studio B Dance Center in Eastchester.

Winter break may be one of the biggest challenges of the season—what to do with the kids? The Picture House Regional Film Center is offering Mud Week camps during Winter Break--Monday, February 20, through Thursday, February 23—for kids in grades K-5. Using the hit movie Sing as their inspiration, students will create a new music-themed video for each day of camp. After camp week has concluded, TPH’s panel of experts will choose a winning video (from each age group), which will play on the main screen before the run of Lego: Batman at The Picture House this spring. Winners will be announced at their student showcase on March 25, where all student films from fall and winter semesters will have their moment to shine on the big screen. 175 Wolfs Lane, Pelham. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.; 914-738-3161.

The winter is a great time for bargains! Toney Toni and the Gang, for one, announced that all sale merchandise is now 50% off! 70 Pondfield Rd.

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