Historic Hudson River Towns
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Hudson River Towns in Rockland County, New York

Wine & Cheese Night in Orangeburg

April 27, 2018

Celebrate National Poetry Month at the Orangetown Museum located at the DePew House! Back by popular demand!
Join us for wine and cheese while you tour the Museum’s exhibit, Loyal to the Crown. Orangetown’s Poet Laureate Rose Marie Raccioppi will do a poetry reading, and enjoy the melodic tones of harpist, Barbara Allen. In conjunction with the Orangeburg Library.

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On the West side of the Hudson River, lies beautiful Rockland County. Rockland is a unique mix of scenic Hudson River villages and mountain vistas, hiking trails, active farmland, entertainment, fine dining, shopping, art and theater.

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The Nyacks, NY

Nyack is home to artists and actors, writers and musicians, outdoor enthusiasts and devotees of the water. We are a vibrant, eclectic village on the banks of the mighty Hudson River. Our walkable downtown offers an array of shopping, dining, and arts to please every palate. Our nightlife will keep your toes tapping and put a smile on your face.

Come to Nyack, New York — a diverse, creative hub bubbling with unique dining, shopping, visual, musical and theatrical offerings. Immerse yourself in the incredible natural beauty of the Hudson River, Hook Mountain and acres of parks.

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The Haverstraws, NY

The Village of Haverstraw is as historically rich as it is ethnically and culturally diverse. Known to locals as “the Village,” Downtown Haverstraw is set amidst a breathtaking natural landscape at the widest point of the Hudson River and in the shadow of the Palisades Escarpment’s crowning peak High Tor Mountain. The Village has a growing high-density population of over 12,000 people on a land area of two square miles, much of which is within a 10 minute walk of the Hudson River.

Haverstraw’s Vaudeville-era Broadway opera houses and stages hosted the theatrical debut of George M. Cohan, who then went on to create Broadway as we now know it. Saving High Tor from quarrying was not only the impetus for Pulitzer Prize winner Maxwell Anderson’s 1936 play named for the mountain, but led to the creation of the Palisades Interstate Park Commission and the creation of the first made-for-television film of the same name starring Bing Crosby and a budding Julie Andrews in 1956. Babe Ruth came to Haverstraw to star in one of many silent films made in and near the Village at facilities operated by founder of Paramount Adolph Zukor and theatre magnate and MGM creator Marcus Loew. Edward Hopper and the Hudson River School artists painted here. The Village remains a lure for historians, creatives and for those seeking a distinctive respite from mainstream suburban lifestyle.

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