Welcome to the Ossining events calendar. With this calendar we strive to include all of the fairs, festivals, plays, concerts, parades, workshops, classes and other events in Ossining of interest to the community. Most are free, but we include some paid events.
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Events for May 18, 2019
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The Ossining Farmers Market brings small farms and local food makers together near the corner of Spring and Main Streets every Saturday from 8:30am to 1pm. This year they celebrate their 28th year! Look for fresh fruits and vegetables, pasture raised meats and eggs, east coast seafood, artisan breads and baked goods, pickles, direct trade …Find out more »
Lend a helping hand by planting native shrubs along Teatown’s Twin Lakes Trail. This project will complete a habitat restoration project started by Regeneron volunteers last fall. No experience required, and all planting equipment is provided. Wear comfortable clothes and shoes, and bring water and snacks as needed. All shrubs generously donated by patrons of PlantFest. For everyone.Find out more »
Teatown is looking for enthusiastic volunteers to assist with hand-pulling of invasive plant species in Wildflower Woods and along popular trail corridors. Volunteers will learn to identify several invasive species and their native look-a-likes in addition to helping with invasive plant removal. For adults.Find out more »
Located on Route 134 right off the Taconic State Parkway, The Market at Fable is now open. Come say hello to the farmers, feed their beautiful free-range chickens, and shop the Market. The totally redesigned Market features: Fresh Cut Produce from Fable and other local farms Hand-Picked Free Range Eggs Locally produced bread, jam, syrup, …Find out more »
Experience the rich tradition of the arts in Ossining! • Saturday, May 18th and Sunday, May 19th, 12 - 4 PM • Enjoy live music in Henry Gourdine Park • Listen to Art Ambassadors Pop quiz: Which of the following spent time in Ossining as writers, artists, composers, performers, and arts supporters? A. George and …Find out more »
In this workshop participants will create a watercolor painting with a focus on color and energy, using the ancient Chakra system as a guide. Discover how the creative process can bring a sense of relaxation and renewed vitality into your life as you: Engage in gentle movement, mindful awareness of breath & body. Identify areas …Find out more »
Are you interested in learning about the pests that threaten New York’s forests, and would you like to lend a helping hand in monitoring their spread? Teatown is looking for dedicated volunteers and community scientists to participate in a forest pest monitoring program. For adults.Find out more »
Free ACT test prep taught by a test expert that works with the Ossining HS PTSA. Students will be taught to analyze questions and eliminate trap and wrong answers. Test taking strategy will be emphasized. This course will cover all sections of the ACT. Science reasoning will be the focus of the June 1st session. …Find out more »
WCT presents Mala Waldron on May 18th as part of the 2019 Jazz Masters Series. Jazz/Soul Vocalist, pianist and composer, Mala Waldron delivers a broad pallette of musical emotion. From intimate original ballads to rythmic upbeat Brazillian Jazz to a funky riff with a hypnotic hook, Mala Waldron takes the listener deep. You can get …Find out more »
Toe-tapping, fun, jazzy, Brazilian, Django explorations by Rio Nova, and delicious food, all mixed together at Good Choice Kitchen will make for a delightful night out. Two sets, starting at 7:30pm. Saturday, 5/18/19. Come, feed your heart, soul and tummy! Kitchen will be open, $5 cover charge for the band. Call (914) 930-1591 if you'd …Find out more »
This quartet features Mediterranean/Jazz style original compositions using different defining characteristics of Turkish, Lebanese, and American jazz and hip hop music. $10/person Cash Cover, Cash bar and finger food. Matt Garrison saxophones Noah MacNeil keyboard Trifon Dimitrov acoustic bass Joe Abba drums and cymbals The Terranean Tinge was created by saxophonist Matt Garrison in October …Find out more »