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Nyack Celebrates Fire and Ice

by Marianne Olive

On Jan 23-34, come in from the cold for a hot time in Nyack.

The Knickerbocker Ice Festival returns to Rockland Lake with award winning ice sculptures from professional international ice artists. Then come to Nyack’s first annual “Fire and Ice” weekend extravaganza at participating restaurants throughout the village.

Nyack merchants will host a first time “spicy meal discount” and special sales throughout  the village shops, celebrating the talented ice sculptors participating in the Knickerbocker Ice Festival held on Jan 23 and 24th at Rockland Lake State Park in Congers.

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At Rockland Lake, some of the best ice carvers in the metro area will compete to create five ice sculptures at the Knickerbocker Ice Festival.  In Nyack, restaurants will feature hot and spicy chili and wings to heat you up after a cold day outside. Many restaurants will have live entertainment  in the evening.

All of the stores participating will have special tag sales all weekend long.

So come and get “hot stuff” throughout Nyack all weekend. Participating businesses will post their specials.

This event is held in collaboration with the 25 Nyack members of Restaurant Row of Rockland.

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