When we first moved here in 2007 I enrolled my daughter Nancy in African Drum lessons after school. We needed something for her to do after school, and this looked really unique. She loved it! Not long after that, we attended Monster Mash, and felt we'd really landed in the perfect town.
The next year in 2008 I volunteered to run figure drawing sessions through Hopper House for a few years. Hopper House was a great space, but was renovating and we could no longer be housed there.
Nyack Center has given us the perfect space for us to continue our sessions. We've been able to flourish as a non-profit collective, and provide a place for young and old to grow their creative selves, as well as high-schoolers who need to develop their portfolios for college applications in the creative fields.
Drum lessons, films, dancing, tutoring, concerts, winter indoor farmer's markets.. it all happens in Nyack Center. Such a versatile, giving place-aptly in the heart and IS the heart, of our community.
Thank you, Nyack Center.
Artist and past Nyack Center Board Member
June 5th Save the Date!!!!!
Nyack Center staff & community members will be submitting posts following this year's theme, "We can be heroes"... We can all be heroes and make a difference in our world!...#nyackcenter