Nyack is the Perfect Place for a “Progressive” Date

Forgot to make dinner reservations? Don’t sweat it–we have the perfect solution! Nyack is truly the greatest for what’s known as a “progressive” date: you progress from place to place for each course. Check out this amazing experience that Nyackers Christine and Greg Gritmon created on their last anniversary: We’ve done a progressive date night before, but it had been a…

Nyack is Your Destination for Unique Jewelry

Whether you’re shopping for an engagement ring, an anniversary gift, or a brilliant new bauble for your sweetheart (or yourself!), come to Nyack to find that one-of-a-kind piece of jewelry…and a personalized shopping experience like none other. Metal and Stone Jewelers Beverly and Seth Gopin have a combined forty years of experience in the jewelry industry. With their love and…

Nyack in Winter is Fun for All Ages

Break the spell of the winter doldrums, by visiting Nyack for wonderful winter fun for all ages!  Cross-country Skiing, Ice Fishing, and More Outdoor Fun Nyack Beach State Park’s trails are a great place for a winter walk, cross-country skiing, or ice-shoeing by the Hudson River. Or take a hike up Hook Mountain, which is beautiful in any season, but…

Nyack Street Fair Schedule 2020

Nyack’s street fairs are legendary! Mark your calendar now — you don’t want the 2020 season to pass you by. This summer, make Nyack your destination for Art & Soul on the Hudson. Bookmark our events calendar to see what’s happening any day of the week, or tour our website to find what interests you — there’s something here for…

Human in Nature: The Art & Wit of Rodney Smith at Edward Hopper House Museum

The Edward Hopper House Museum is pleased to present Human in Nature: The Art & Wit of Rodney Smith, from December 7th, 2019 to March 8th, 2020. The exhibition features 20 black & white and color photographs, illustrating Smith’s enduring love of nature. Smith’s magical images are instantly recognizable for the way they combine surrealism, style and humor, in the first…

Nyack Glitters with Holiday Delights!

From Thanksgiving through New Year’s Day, Nyack shimmers with the sights and sounds of the holiday season, with glittering lights and festive shop windows, plus eclectic stores and restaurants, and the best nightlife in Rockland County. Nyack’s gift to you: FREE PARKING in Nyack’s Main Street parking lots every weekend from Thanksgiving through December 22nd! (Saturday 12:00am to Sunday 11:59pm)…

The Path on the Mario M. Cuomo Bridge

One of the most anticipated features of the new Governor Mario M. Cuomo Bridge is its dedicated shared-use path, which will provide new access for cyclists and pedestrians to cross the Hudson River, offering an exciting new recreational opportunity in Rockland and Westchester counties. When completed in late 2019, wayfarers will enjoy a 12-foot wide path located on the northern side of the westbound span of the new…

Food Lovers Fall for Nyack during Foodie Fest and Hudson Valley Restaurant Week!

This October and November, food lovers will fall in love with Nyack, a growing gourmet getaway destination. With two fabulous fall food events running specials throughout the village, there’s sure to be something to satisfy every palate! First up is the inaugural Rivertown Foodie Fest, a collaboration between Rivertown Magazine, the Nyack Chamber of Commerce, and Boozy Burbs. Over 30 eateries—nearly half of which…

For Fearsome Fun, Spend Halloween 2019 in Nyack!

Nyack is the spot for fearsome fun during the spookiest season of 2019. From a village-wide trick-or-treat trail and jaw-dropping parade (named one of the Travel Channel’s top Halloween Parades in the US), to our second annual house decorating competition, Nyack leaves no tombstone unturned! The entire village gets into the gruesome groove, with a spine-tingling selection of Halloween-themed art, music,…

Nyack Is the Perfect Weekend Getaway from NYC!

Thinking of a weekend getaway? Look no further than Nyack, which Travel + Leisure calls “This Charming Little Town Is the Perfect Weekend Getaway — and It’s Only One Hour From NYC” Alison Fox wrote, “I strolled up and down North and South Broadway, admiring the architecture — even the stone building that housed the public library had ivy growing up…

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