The Bedford Hills McDonald’s is having a ribbon cutting ceremony on Thursday, Feb. 10 to celebrate its grand reopening.
The fast food eatery, located on the Route 117 business corridor between Mount Kisco and Bedford Hills, closed this past summer for renovations.
The renovations included a “much fresher look” for the 40-year-old business’ dining room which now has a two-sided fireplace and flat-screen televisions, according to a news release about the grand opening.
Byran Colley, chariman of the board of the Ronald McDonald House of the Greater Hudson Valley, will be making a donation to that charity at the ribbon cutting, according to the news release. The event will be held from 3-5 p.m. on Thursday.
On Sat., Feb. 12, Ronald McDonald will be at the business to entertain children from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. and a pair of flat screen televisions will be raffled off.