Nyack Famous Street Fair

Dated: April 27 2011

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The Arts, Crafts, and Antiques Dealers Association of the Nyacks is holding a Street Fair on Sunday May 15 from 10am-5pm. The event takes place on Main Street and Broadway in Nyack "On the Hudson". There is free admission and the event takes place rain or shine. You'll be able to stroll along the village streets and browse quality hand made crafts, art and unique gifts and accessories. There is also home decor, antiques, "A Children's Area", great food, and much more. Most of the restaurants set up the tables for outdoor dining, snacks, and sampling their delicious menus. Often there is live music and entertainment. The event is sponsored by ACADA. For directions and information :www.pjspromotions.com, or call 201-666-1340. Whether you live in Stony Point, New Jersey, Suffern, Piermont, or anywhere in between, come to Nyack and join the fun.
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Bonnie Kelly

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