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Nyack Street Fair Sunday: 7/14/19

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This Sunday, the forecast calls for HEAT. And on the streets of Nyack, there will be iced tea, lemonade, and other treats. Yes, it’s another Street Fair Sunday. That means that there will be live music and 300+ vendors selling fine crafts, jewelry, and art on Broadway and Main St. in Nyack.
The fair takes place from 10a-5p and is presented by sponsored by the Arts, Crafts and Antiques Dealers Association (ACADA).
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.
Parents, there is a large children’s area with lots of games.
Speaking of fun and games, Nyack is installing new Pay By Plate parking  meters. Read all about it here.

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Dog owners, you’ll have to leave Rufus and Max at home; there are no dogs allowed at the Fair.

Been Too Long At The Fair?

Here are a few other things going on this Sunday in Nyack, courtesy of the Nyack Weekender.

  • Train Station Sundays are back at the newly restored Piermont Train Station. Join the Piermont Historical Society for a celebratory opening. Tour the museum for free and learn a bit of Piermont’s history. 12-3p, 50 Ash St, Piermont.
  • During this Family Open House you can explore the gallery installation of floating paper boats and take part in the Origami on the Hudson workshop. 1-3p, Edward Hopper House, 82 N Broadway, Nyack.
  • Join the Nyack Pop-Up Chorus and sing the songs of Dr. John. No experience necessary, lyrics will be provided. A $5 donation is suggested. 6-8p, Casa del Sol, 104 Main St, Nyack.

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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 fair and see the river at nearby Memorial Park, visit Nyack Beach State Park, or hike Hook Mountain.

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