ABOUT FROSTY - 2023
Friends of Frosty Inc., a non-profit group of local volunteers formed to oversee the day’s events, encourages visitors to Armonk to contribute to its “Help Frosty Help Others” campaign – by donating winter jackets, hats, mittens and scarves as part of its Winter Warmth project. Clothing bins can be found around town during the Frosty Day festivities and at the North Castle Library beginning early November.
Events and activities are held all around Armonk before the parade. Donors, businesses, shops, vendors and performers are vital. Please contact us!
Everyone is part of the parade, joining at the end to help welcome Frosty home for the holidays. The parade marches north on Main Street to Maple Avenue and then to Wampus Brook Park. More than three dozen local and county-based groups and organizations participate with marching bands, floats, lights, dancing, costumes and music, going past the Historic District in Armonk that was the inspiration for the “Village Square” where Frosty dared the children to “catch me if you can.”