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Nyack’s 2019 Halloween Parade: What to Know

The Biggest Halloween Parade Outside Greenwich Village Gears Up For Its 32nd Year


Nyack’s downtown storefronts are painted and the ghosts and goblins are good to go for today’s 32nd annual Nyack Halloween Parade. The event is the largest parade of its kind outside of New York City, second only in magnitude to the Greenwich Village event. But don’t take our word for it.

Marchers will step off from Nyack Memorial Park at Depew and Piermont Aves at 5:30p and proceed down Piermont Ave, taking a right on Cedar Hill, a right onto Broadway, a left onto Main St, and a left onto Franklin, turning into the Main Street Municipal Parking Lot.

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This fun-filled, family-friendly event, featuring marching bands, festooned fire trucks, floats and a host of costumed revelers — with serious cash prizes for costumes and floats, too. Marchers and floats will assemble at 3:00p for registration and judging in Memorial Park at the corner of Depew and Piermont Streets in downtown Nyack.


How to Register

Registration starts for the 32nd Annual Nyack Chamber of Commerce Halloween Parade on October 26, 2019 at 3p in Memorial Park. The parade steps off at 5:30p. Thousands in cash and prizes for best costume and best float.

Details on participating in and viewing the parade are listed on the Nyack Chamber of Commerce’s website:

Starting at 1p on Saturday, children and families can follow a trick-or-treat trail through the village. Bags and maps are being handed out at the Main Street Gazebo at the corner of Main and Cedar.

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