2014 New Years Eve Fireworks In Nyack

Dated: 12/30/2013

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2014 New Year’s Eve Fireworks in Nyack are the place to ring in the New Year.  If you looking for a wonderful place to celebrate the New Year I would suggest Nyack’s Memorial Park as the place to be. The Village of Nyack will partner with Piermont and Haverstraw to celebrate the New Year with fireworks at exactly midnight along the Hudson River. Mayors Jen Laird White of Nyack, Chris Sanders of Piermont and Michael  Kohut of Haverstraw joined forces with the Office Rockland County Tourism and Local Development to coordinate the New Year’s Eve celebrations. You can view the fireworks from Flywheel Park in Piermont, Memorial Park in Nyack and Emeline and Bowline Parks in the Village of Haverstraw. The fireworks displays are to free and open to the public. Happy New Year and enjoy the New Year’s Eve fireworks in Nyack!
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Mary Lovera

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