Art & Soul on the Hudson.  That phrase captures much of the magic this energetic, eclectic village offers residents and visitors alike.

Nyack is…

  • an artistic and creative hub, providing unique opportunities to enjoy music, film, theater, crafts and art
  • a cultural center, steeped in the region’s rich history and architectural tradition
  • a recreational destination, for sailing, kayaking, fishing, cycling, hiking, swimming, and relaxation
  • a commercial center, known for its unique gifts, jewelry, antiques, clothing boutiques and eclectic shops
  • a haven for gourmets, gourmands and foodies of all persuasions, offering an impressive array of cuisines for fine dining, take-out, catering and cooking at home
  • a vibrant center for entertainment and nightlife at the pubs and late-night eateries.

… And it’s all welcoming and conveniently walkable. Just a short stroll through the heart of the Village of Nyack is an adventure — art and soul for all to enjoy!

Nyack Weekender: The Play’s the Thing

by LeeAnn Mailly Four plays, two art exhibitions, country & classical music, walking, cycling and rowing. There’s lots from which to choose during this first weekend of autumn. Friday Cuba Antes: Images of Cuba on the Cusp of Changefeatures  photography by Julie Cahn. Closing reception from 6-9p at Union Arts Center, 2 Union St, Sparkill. Harlots […]

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Happenings at the Edward Hopper House, Oct – Nov 2015

EXHIBITIONS Behind Doors and Through Windows: Reflections on Contemporary Domestic Life. On view through October 18, 2015 in the Main Gallery Curators: Shari Fischberg & Sally Spivack Edward Hopper House presents a group exhibition featuring 16 artists who challenge traditional notions of home and domestic life.  Artists included in this exhibition: Adam Brent, Borinquen Gallo, […]

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Nyack Weekender: Music, Art, Dance + Street Fair Sunday

Visit Nyack this Fri-Sun  to hear live music, walk through history, run for a good cause, see new art exhibits and a photographic display of the first Tappan Zee Bridge….and stroll through the SeptemberFest Nyack Street Fair. Friday The Old No.7 Band returns to O’Malley’s with some Americana rock. 9:30p at O’Malley’s Bar & Restaurant, Main […]

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