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Sunday brings the penultimate street fair of the year. The forecast calls for a chance of rain, temps near 70, live music and 300+ vendors.
This SeptemberFest Nyack Street Fair features a fashion show where the models are breast cancer survivors to raise breast health awareness. Sponsored by The Breast Center at Montefiore Nyack Hospital, the show will feature outfits and accessories from Nyack merchants Maria Luisa Boutique, Archive Home, Gena Lisa Lingerie, P. Ross, Runway on the Hudson, Saffron Trading Company, The Editor, Gallery of Metal and Stone, Somos Creations, and Myriad Mirage. The fashion show is from 12n-1p at the Main Street Gazebo on Cedar St.
The fair takes place from 10a-5p and is sponsored by the Nyack Chamber of Commerce.
Sunday’s Street Fair features live bands, great food, kid rides and hundreds of vendors offering crafts and jewelry. Dogs, however, are not allowed at Nyack Street Fairs.
Nyack’s street fairs are known for their combination of merchandise for all tastes and pocketbooks, arts, crafts, food, entertainment, located along Main Street and Broadway in the Village of Nyack, on the west bank of the Hudson River just north of the Mario Cuomo Tappan Zee Bridge.
Been Too Long At The Fair?
Here are a few other things going on this Sunday in Nyack, courtesy of the Nyack Weekender.
- It is closing day for the Philippine Independence Day Art Exhibit. Check out some local Filipino art. 11:30a-8p, Karenderya NY, 248 Main St, Nyack.
- Women of the Ramapough Lenape Nation, an art exhibition by Lisa Levart, has an opening reception. Spirit of the Mountain singers and dancers from the Ramapough Lenape tribe will perform. 1-4p, Historical Society of Rockland County, 20 Zukor Rd, New City.
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Downtown Nyack is transformed into a car-free pedestrian mall for up to 25,000 people during street fairs when Main Street and Broadway are closed to traffic. Or take a break from the streets and see the river at nearby Memorial Park, visit Nyack Beach State Park or hike Hook Mountain.
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