Nyack Halloween Parade This Weekend

Dated: October 27 2016

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Just a reminder to all out there that this weekend (October 29) is the famous Nyack Halloween Parade!!!  It's a great event and such fun for friends and family.  Here's a little excerpt from the Nyack Chamber of Commerce website:


"The biggest parade outside of New York City. In recent years, we’ve had 10 full size floats, over 300 costumed, registered participants, several marching bands, police, fire department participation from around Rockland County."


Please join me and my team at Wright Bros at the parade to enjoy all the festivities.


Just another reason to live here in Nyack if you don't already.  To check out some houses in Nyack, click here.


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Lisa Green

I came to New York from Australia in 1987 and lived in Manhattan for 15 years, before moving to Nyack in 2002. In Manhattan I gained extensive experience in real estate development and investment, wor....

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