You are invited to celebrate the holiday season Nyack-style, with “Art & Soul on the Hudson.”
This December Nyack will be filled with the sights and sounds of the holiday season. Festivities start with First Friday on December 5th, when the Nyack Art Collective stages a village-wide art event – this month with the holiday theme of “Illuminations” – and the lighting of the village Christmas tree in the “Holiday Lights of Nyack” celebration on Saturday, December 6th. Round out the weekend with the annual GraceMusic Messiah Sing at Grace Episcopal Church, or the 19th annual “Music & Readings in a Holiday Spirit” at Nyack Center.
[Click here for a list of events in Nyack during December 2014.]
Throughout the month, many of Nyack’s shops will be open extended hours, with holiday specials and in-store events. As you stroll through the village be sure to watch (and listen) for weekend carolers and wandering musicians.
You’ll find the perfect gift for everyone on your shopping list in Nyack – click here for our gift shopping guide. And on December 14th visit our first “Indoor Street Fair” to browse offerings from area artists, crafters, and shops, all in the warmth of the Nyack Center.
Need a break from the busyness of the season? Spend a peaceful afternoon with one of several exhibits at the Edward Hopper House Art Center — including a collection of Edward Hopper’s original holiday cards – or lift your spirits at a Carnegie Room Concert. [Click here for list]
Nyack’s restaurants are here for you when you want someone else to do the cooking, for dinner out with friends, or for a festive family gathering. And our nightlife is the best in Rockland County! [Nyack dining directory]
A multimedia Visit Nyack marketing campaign is underway, consisting of digital, traditional, and social media. Information about the campaign is available online at https://visitnyack.org/visit-nyack-2014-holiday-campaign/.
Make Nyack your destination for festive holiday celebration, all month long, and see for yourself why Nyack is Art & Soul on the Hudson.