The Nyack are full of wonderful cultural attractions every weekend , but this weekend is quite special -see below.

Where We Are Standing: Contemporary Women Artists from Iran. Three artists who grew up in Iran before moving to North America share a strong cultural identity and a common focus on issues of gender and displacement shaped by the complex political and social landscape of their homeland. Featuring the work of Golnar Adili, Roya Farassat, and Shabnam K. Ghazi. Exhibit runs through April 24. Wed-Sun 12-6p at the Hopper House Art Center, 82 N Broadway, Nyack.

“Neither snow, sub-zero temps, gale force winds, pelting rain, nor the power of the sun could stay this intrepid ice sculptor and his trusty sidekick from the completion of their self appointed rounds,” says co-producer Tim Englert about The 2016 Knickbocker Ice Celebration. See the Phoenix rise again from the ashes of the ice houses along the base of Hook Mountain. 3p, Rockland Lake State Park.

Mustang, at Rivertown Film: An innocent romp with boys on the beach by five free-spirited sisters in rural Turkey violates the harsh strictures of their society resulting in what amounts to a “house arrest,” bars on the windows and meetings with prospective husbands. 8p at Nyack Center, 58 Depew Ave, Nyack.

Cellist Talya Buckbinder and pianist Sasha Clynes perform works by Bach, Beethoven, Chopin and Mendelssohn at the Sparkill Salon in the Union Arts Center. 8p, 2 Union Street, Sparkill.

The African Grove Theater, founded in 1821 on Manhattan’s Lower East Side, successfully performed Shakespearean Classics and original plays before finally being burned to the ground in 1826.

The Death of King Shotaway, written by Samuel Harps and directed by Mel Hancock, is a riveting, often funny two act drama that chronicles the story behind the origins of the company and how their faith in the creative spirit sustained them. 8p, Shades Repertory Theater Company, 64 New Main St in Haverstraw.

The Nighthawks, “legends of blues and roots rock,” play the Turning Point Cafe, 468 Piermont Ave. Piermont, at 9p.

Sunday

Organist Brad Hughley plays Bach, Mendelssohn, Mozart and Vierne as part of the GraceMusic Concert series. The Sunday program “gives a chance for all different kinds of textures and stop combinations to shine,” says Hughley. 4p, Grace Episcopal Church, 130 First Avenue, Nyack.

William Bruckner captured his hometown of Nyack in oil paints, watercolors, and drawings. The William Bruckner Centennial Exhibit is on display at The Historical Society of the Nyacks Museum and the Nyack Library. The museum is open Sundays from 1-4p, located behind the Nyack Library at 50 Piermont Avenue.

Is it family junk or a valuable treasure? Come to the Nyack Library from 1-4p to hear the “what’s it worth” from Jon Felz of RZM Fine Arts and Antiques in Pearl River. Please pre-register at NyackLibrary.org. 59 S Broadway.

It’s singer/songwriter James Maddock at the Turning Point Cafe. 4p, 468 Piermont Ave, Piermont.