A staple of Nyack Village life is back!! The River Club, which was damaged during Superstorm Sandy, is now open for business and hosts/owners Michael and Pete Hekker are looking forward to welcoming both their faithful and new customers back to the bar!
Come and enjoy the expansive river views from the River Club's newly renovated dining room and bar. Don't forget to check their delicious seafood specialities and daily menu specials and enjoy free live music on Fridays and Saturdays.
The River Club is perfect in any weather or season - our outdoor bar and dining area are popular in beautiful weather, and the cozy taproom with fireplace warms up any chilly, wet or snowy day. And be sure to say hello to the Hekker brothers while you're there!
Reservations for parties of 6 or more now accepted.
Check in & registration: 6:45-8am Race Starts at 8:30am
Rockland Lake State Park
The Rockland Road Runners presents a Rockland County holiday tradition: the 20th Annual 5 mile Turkey Trot, the largest road race in Rockland County! Race starts and finishes at Rockland Lake State Park, Congers, north parking lot #1. Beginners and experts welcome! Enjoy a Thanksgiving Day workout with a scenic course over rolling hills and lakeside vistas. Wheelchair racers welcome.
Race fees: $30; Rockland Road Runners members $25
Senior Special (Age 65+) $20 (must pre-register).
Race Day Fee: $40
All proceeds to benefit the Marisa Fund, helping kids and families affected by cancer.
One of Rockland's most beloved holiday traditions returns!
37th Annual Miniature, Dollhouse and Art Exhibit
Historical Society of Rockland
20 Zukor Rd., New City, NY
The Historical Society of Rockland County sponsors the return of the popular annual exhibition *Memories.* will showcase the work of miniature artists, fine artists, quilters, dollhouse collectors and creators!
Among this year's participating artists and collectors are Sandra Mirque, Carolyn McErlean, Barbara Soloff-Levy, Rosemary Aiello, Ned Harris, Hallie Horning, Tamara Greeman, Lillian Alberti, Deborah Calyo, Mary Jane Sexton, George Potanovic, Jr. and Caroline Tapley, as well as pieces from the HSRC's permanent collection. Curated by Joanne Potanovic.
$7 for adults, $5 for members, seniors and $3children under 12 (children under 3 enter free).
For more than four decades, Rex Fowler and Neal Shulman have been writing and performing songs that helped make their generation's musical memories, all the while inspiring a generation of young singer songwriters. Discover the band that has been described as the bridge to the Beat Generation and instrumental in ushering the music of the sixties into the 1970's and beyond. Hear music from their new CD, "Cause & Effect."
"Fans of the duo's harmony-driven tunes and easygoing acoustic guitar
riffs will recognize their James Taylor-meets-Simon & Garfunkel sound What's new is the mood. This album sits back on its haunches as Rex Fowler and Neal Shulman look back wistfully at American pop culture and their own ride through it." - Boston Globe.