That’s the event in which the city asks boat owners to string holiday lights on their yachts and other vessels to shows off the city’s jagged, scenic coast. The shot here shows the Sound Chaser, owned by Rob and Sue Conti of Eastchester, just outside the municipal marina.
If you haven’t seen New Rochelle’s coast, your missing one of the scenic gems of our region. And the boat parade, postponed from a couple of weeks earlier, wasn’t the only event that showed off the views of Echo Bay and Long Island Sound.
As I blogged on Saturday, concert and arts promoter Eric Woodlin of Incoming Tide Entertainment held one of his weekend concerts with an arts and crafts fair at Wildcliff Manor, overlooking the bay and the sound.
But the summer isn’t over. This Wednesday, the city continues its Emil Paolucci Summer Sounds Concert Series at Hudson Park by the water.