The Lincoln Square BID's Upper West Side holiday tree was delivered and installed this past Tuesday! Thanks so much to the NYC Parks Department for braving the rain to put up our special holiday tree and to Domes Tree Farm for providing us with another terrific concolor fir! This week we will also string lights on the tree and hang glitter glass ornaments from Tinsel Trading. Then, in just 11 days you can watch the tree light up for the holiday season at Winter's Eve to kick off the celebration or as it's broadcast live with Amy Freeze on WABC-TV.
IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD
Momofuku Noodle Bar Opens Today!
Opening today after much anticipation, it's time to officially welcome Momofuku Noodle Bar to Lincoln Square...
The Lincoln Square BID mourns the passing of a local community icon, Michael O'Neal. Mike was a visionary restaurateur and a founding member and Secretary of our organization. His contributions to the Upper West Side, to our organization, and this neighborhood, will live on with his memory. His generosity and community-mindedness have inspired so many of us and he will be missed and mourned by all. We are grateful for his passion, enthusiasm, commitment, and his indomitable spirit, as well as all of his special stories and his newsletters. Click here to view some wonderful photos we have of the times we shared with Mike at BID events. The Board and Staff extend our sincere condolences to his wife, Chris, and his family.
Accessible Businesses Workshop
Learn how to make your business fully accessible and avoid code violations at a free workshop sponsored by Council Member Helen Rosenthal and Victor Calise, Commissioner of the Mayor's Office for People with Disabilities. At the workshop, the p
resentation will be followed by a question and answer session, and one-on-one assistance. The worskshop will take place on Wednesday, November 28 from 10:30am - 12:30pm at St. Agnes Library, 444 Amsterdam Avenue at 81st Street.
Get ready to celebrate the small businesses that make our communities unique--Small Business Saturday returns on Saturday, November 24.
From family-run corner stores to boutiques and salons, small businesses are an important part of the day-to-day of this bustling city. Small Business Saturday is a great way to connect with your local small businesses and enjoy special deals. Learn more at
ShopSmall.com and post about your experiences
using #ShopSmall and #SmallBizSat on social media.