Many of your favorite Nyack businesses—and maybe some you don’t know—have noteworthy events approaching. Here’s a look at a few of them:
Sales, socializing and scholarships at Maria Luisa Boutique
will be hosting its second Ladies Night on Feb. 28 at 6:30 p.m. There will be no fee to attend.
"It's an open gathering," explained owner Maria Whittingham. "Last time, we watched [about Nyack's female merchants]."
The shop will also host the finalist presentations for a new, local scholarship aimed at college-bound girls in Nyack, Piermont and Rockland on March 15. Learn more about the scholarship .
On the sales front, the boutique is offering a Leap Year special on Feb. 29—customers who buy two of more items can take 29-percent off one.
Whittingham noted the store will be holding a this April, as well.
Slashed prices at Pickwick
is having a sale on cookbooks and gardening tomes as the warm weather approaches—all are 20-percent off.
Art books are also 50-percent off ($25 minimum) and used childrens book are half-off, too.
Reality Bites reformats
The Main Street eatery has locked doors and drawn curtains, but is set to expand and reopen in the coming months as a supper club that features live jazz geared at 30-somethings.
Read all the details .
From grill to gallery
RJ's Broadway Bar and Grill closed its doors a while back—and readers have —but its sidewalk real estate isn't going to waste. Currently, the front windows have been converted into a small gallery showing off oil paintings by Nyacker Leigh-Anne Eagerton.
Knitting gear for less
on North Broadway is in the midst of a winter sale: everything in the store is 20-percent off—and select items are 75-percent off—until March 4.