What better way to cap off a beautiful autumnal week than by strolling through a sea of people, eating a fried oreo and some $1 Thai food?
The Pink Monkey!
Today’s Nyack Street fair features the release of the latest issue of Pink Monkey, a locally based arts, adventure, absurdity (physical) magazine.
Among the fiction, nonfiction, and art within the magazine, you’ll find an essay from Norvin Van Dunk, known locally for performing as TRON in the hip-hop duo TRON & DVD, about how his definition of MAKING IT BIG has changed..
Stop by the Beast with a Million Eyes booth (68 S Broadway) to pick up a copy.
Today’s Nyack Street Fair will be the last of the season, so don’t let the rain turn you off. As is tradition at the Nyack Street Fair, there will be dozens of friendly vendors and a few thousand fellow shoppers. It will run from 10a-5p.
Reminder: Dogs are not allowed at Nyack’s Street Fairs.
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Been Too Long At The Fair?
- Mix, match and collage away from 1-3p at the Scribble Art Workshop at the Hopper House. This drop-in family program is a fun way to beat the heat and a creative outlet for all ages. $7 material fee ($5 for members). 82 N Broadway, Nyack
- The Rockland County Concert Band, a symphonic band made up of musicians from the Rockland area, performs from 7:30 – 9p at Hamlets Clubhouse, 1 Kingsgate Parkway, Nanuet.
- Grab a lawn chair and watch The Man Who Fell to Earth under the stars. Rivertown Film Society and the Edward Hopper House present this David Bowie tribute. 8p at Edward Hopper House, 82 N Broadway, Nyack.