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A Guide to First Friday May

First Friday MayHippie days are here again for First Friday. The Nyack Art Collective has organized tie-dying workshops, a drum circle, a circus parade and a Maypole so that you can party like it’s 1969.  The public is urged to explore their inner flower child and turn Main Street, Nyack into Haight-Ashbury, San Francisco during the summer of love.

This month’s counter cultural carnival includes:

  • A performance and parade by the young people of the Amazing Grace Circus,
  • 60s music by the Dangerbirds,
  • a drumming circle
  • an Interactive Maypole
  • a photo booth

These far-out festivities take place at the Main Street Gazebo between 5-8p

Neat TieIf you need help flying your psychedelic flag, an art project called “Neat tie-dye t-shirts” will be on hand. People are welcome to bring their own t-shirt and tie-dye for $3.50 or buy a t-shirt and tie-dye for $6.

Here is a complete guide to First Friday May.

Main Street

  • The Franklin Antique Center – #142: Chris Machlin, Elaine Schloss
  • Cloud 9 – # 120: Christina Hernandez
  • Vincent’s Ear-  #112: Jamie Gaviola
  • Casa del Sol – #104: Tony Ziegler
  • Little Flower Shop –  #95 1/2: Natalie O’Donnell
  • Harry’s Burritos – #90: Sandy Levine
  • p. ross boutique #89: Lynn Stein
  • Johnny Cakes: #84: TBA
  • Temptations – #80 1/2: Mark Carruthers

North Broadway

Lingering on 45

Amis Gallery at 79 1/2 S. B’way presents Lingering on 45, an exhibition of film and photography by multimedia artist Kris Burns. The opening reception from 6-8p is also a celebration of Kris’ birthday.

  • Edward Hopper House Art Center – #82: Jan Valerie Polk
  • Bee Alive – #19: Lawrence Hultberg

South Broadway

  • Chocolaterie – #6: Ken Burns
  • Sweet Spot – #11: Natalie O’Donnell, Tony Ziegler
  • Saffron-#14: Robin Lawson Scheuer
  • Art Café -#65: Doris Shepherd Wiese
  • ML by Maria Luisa – #75: Ed Kirkland
  • Amis Gallery  #79 1/2: Kris Burns

Hudson Avenue Gagliardi Studio & Gallery – #39: Bobby Sherman




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