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Weekly Rec: 33rd Annual Nyack Halloween Parade

We recommend you don your most daring costume for the 33rd annual Nyack Halloween Parade on Saturday, October 29, 2022! (Rain Date: October 30)

Pre-register at for a chance to win great prizes in their costume and float contests. Judging begins at 3pm in Nyack Memorial Park.

The parade steps off at 5:30pm.

For the first time ever, the frightening festivities include a Pet Costume Contest. Dress your pets in their most daring or darling costumes and enter them to win great prizes!

In order to avoid your scaly, furry, or feathered friends from getting spooked by the parade crowd, the Pet Costume Contest will be held as a separate event from the traditional costume and float categories.

Judging for pets begins at 12pm in Nyack Memorial Park, and awards will be distributed at 1pm.

Then join parade sponsor Hotel Nyack for an amazing Halloween Parade After Partyon SaturdayOctober 29 from 8pm to midnight!

Come celebrate in your Halloween costume and dance the night away in Hotel Nyack’s private ballroom featuring DJ Run The Fade

Ticket price includes four-hour open bar and Halloween themed passed hors d’ oeuvres! Must be 21+ to attend.

Find more details for Hotel Nyack after party at today!

This 33rd annual Halloween Parade is presented by the Nyack Chamber of Commerce and sponsored by the Village of Nyack, Hotel Nyack and Nyack Ridge Rehabilitation and Nursing Center.

Nyack People & Places, a weekly series that features photos and profiles of citizens and scenes near Nyack, NY, is sponsored by Sun River Health.

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