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Dancing Under the Stars Peck’s Pond Park September 8th

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Village of West Haverstraw, NY – Peck’s Pond Park is located at our municipal center on Samsondale Avenue. The beautiful pond is ringed by an illuminated walking path and features two water displays. Amenities at the park include a multi-generational fitness station, children’s playground with an ADA accessible swing, a pavilion, an ADA accessible fishing pier, solar powered comfort station, a basketball court, recently refurbished roller hockey rink as well as three hand crafted gazebos. In September 2020 the Village of West Haverstraw stocked the pond with brown trout and large mouth bass. The park is home to plentiful wildlife and is the perfect place to visit for exercise, relaxation and family fun.

 

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Nyack Famous Street Fair Sunday July 14th

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The Nyack Famous Street Fair on Sunday, July 14 from 10am to 5pm on Broadway, Main and Cedar Streets will be a “Don’t Miss” family fun day. A perfect summer shopping and dining event with over three hundred exhibitors from four states highlighting an excellent selection of arts and crafts, new retail items, home decor and unique gifts. For the foodies, all kinds of food and drinks will be available such as Cousins Lobster, baked macaroni and chicken strip trucks and Italian, Jamaican and Greek foods. The popular NY Soda Jerks truck with old fashion egg creams will once again be set up on Broadway. Be sure to stop by Nyack’s cafes and boutiques located throughout the town. The music will be at the gazebo on Main Street.

This is an exciting shopping and dining event you do not want to miss. There is something for everyone. The fair is sponsored by ACADA of Nyack for over 50 years and organized by P.J.’s Promotions and is held rain or shine. No Pets Please.
For more information go to www.pjspromotions.com

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God Bless America Happy 4th of July Rockland

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July 4th marks the anniversary of when Congress, comprised of delegates from the United States’ original 13 colonies, signed the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776. The document declared the nation’s independence from Great Britain.

This moment marked the birth of America’s independence, and we are fortunate to celebrate our nation’s birthday, which so many patriots have fought and died to protect.

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