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Nyack Weekender: Jan 23-25, 2015

Here’s your Fri-Sun rundown of what to do and where to do it.


  • The 29th Annual Tri-State International Auto Show featuring over 200 automobiles from 2015. Fri from 3-9p, Sat 10a-8p, and Sun 10a-6p. Rockland Community College, Fieldhouse, 145 College Road, Suffern.
  • The MusicWorks Coffee House features Nyack High School student performers and benefits the school’s ArtsRock program. 7-9p at of the Nyack High School cafeteria, 360 Christian Herald Rd.
  • Ice Skating at Lakes Tiorati and Silvermine in Harriman State Park. Skating allowed on days when green flag is present. Free – but skate at your own risk. For more information, visit or call (845) 351-2568.
  • Elmwood {layhouse Tje Goat Who is Zylvia?Elmwood Playhouse presents The Goat, or Who is Sylvia? by Edward Albee, an award-winning tragi-comedy directed by Peter Garruba. Runs through Feb 7. 8p at Elmwood Playhouse, 10 Park St, Nyack.
  • Skate at Ramapo or Bear Mountain all weekend. Ramapo Ice Park at Provident Bank Park in Pomona has skating sessions on Fri & Sat from 12n-10p and on Sun from 12n-9m. Bear Mountain Ice Rink is open to the public from 10a-9:30p, Fri-Sun.


  • Weather Update: Due to inclement weather, Naked Body Painting Day with Andy Golub at Nyack Center tonight, Jan. 24, is cancelled and will be rescheduled. 
  • Young Professionals of Nyack hosts their first-ever Planning Forum. Join other like-minded community members interested in fostering good business relationships. Come on Saturday morning with your resume and a friend. Complimentary pizza and drinks served. 11a-1p at Nyack Pour House, 102 Main St.
  • Visit the Annual Members’ Exhibition. Exhibit runs through Feb 8. Edward Hopper House, 82 N Broadway.
  • Nina-Jean Berlingeri and Ray Lagstein invite you to the opening reception for 85 South Arts featuring current work from Eleanor Grace Miller. 5-8:30p. 85 South Broadway, Nyack.
  • Carnegie Concert Series Artistic Director Yashar Yalowitz continues his The Life and Times of Chopin. 7:30-9p at Nyack Library’s Carnegie Room, 59 S. Broadway.
  • Toys Of The Past: Our Childhood Memories. The dolls & dollhouses, stuffed animals, puppets, children’s books, games, toy soldiers, model cars, trucks, planes and trains enjoyed by children prior to 1955.  Saturdays through February from 1-4p, The Historical Society of the Nyacks, 50 Piermont Avenue.


  • Attend the reception for RoCA 2015 Members’ Exhibition – a biannual exhibition featuring close to 200 participating members. The exhibit runs through Feb. 15. Event is 2-5p at RoCA, 27 Greenbush Road, W. Nyack.
  • Joseph Hauer, award-winning concert pianist performs at the Young Masters Recital Series. 2p Valley Cottage Library, 110 New York 303, Valley Cottage.

Next Week


  • imageBrothers of the Black List – A documentary about an incident that started on Sept. 4, 1992, when administrators at SUNY Oneonta gave police the names and addresses of 125 black male students after reports of an attempted rape. Discusson follows with Director Sean Gallagher and SUNY Oneonta Alumnus Kirk Allen. 7p at Nyack Center, 58 Depew Ave.
  • A special performance of The Goat, or Who Is Silvia? to benefit Rivertown Film. An unseemly comedy ensues when a man falls in love with a goat. $30 tickets includes complimentary wine and dessert at 7:30p. Elmwood Playhouse, 10 Park St, Nyack.

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