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 October 26, 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 »
Mandala does incorporate meditative drawing but is different. Students will focus on drawing mandala’s using various geometric patterns. Drawing these patterns allows the student to focus on something simple and relieve stress and at the same time rejuvenating the mind, body and spirit. Registration is required. To register please call James Trapasso at 914-941-2416 ext.327 …Find out more »
The parade kicks-off at the Ossining Elks Lodge - 118 Croton Avenue and marches to Risko Music Store - 144 Croton Avenue for food, games and prizes. There will be prizes for Best costumes, human and pet!Find out more »
We're inviting our local community to our free annual Pre-Halloween Yard Haunt Walk-Through. Come out, old and young, boils and ghouls and tell us if we hit the mark on our 70's, 80's and 90's horror-inspired All-Star Line up, Very Dead Lovers Lane, and The Karate-Kid/Cobra Kai Tribute. Take lots of pictures, make new friends …Find out more »
As a part of ROCKtober celebrations and Mike Risko Music’s 10 year anniversary, MRM will be offering free ukulele classes in ROCKtober! Join them on 10/12, 10/19 and 10/26. From 1-1:45. All ages and levels welcome. You must have your own uke. If you don’t have one, mention this post and receive 10% off a …Find out more »
For preschool aged children and their families In partnership with: Neighbors Link Ossining Children's Center Open Door St. Matthew's Head Start. This program is made possible in part with funds from Westchester Library System's Family Literacy Mini-Grant Initiative supported by Con EdisonFind out more »
Alyssa Songsiridej is currently working on a short story collection. While stylistically diverse, the pieces show young women in constrained circumstances who quietly desire a larger life even if they are not able to concretely define the life for themselves. They glimpse an expansive something else through friendships, jobs, politics, families, and ill-advised communal living situations, …Find out more »
On Saturday, October 26 at 3:00PM or 7:00PM, please join us for a concert by Tim Rowell and Ambrose Verdibello: Banjo, Fiddle, and the Hudson Highlands. Tim and Ambrose are back to perform for their fourth year, joining The Jug Tavern for the Sparta Speaks 2019 ~ Return to the River series. This program will highlight Hudson …Find out more »
Day of the Dead (Día de los Muertos) is a Mexican holiday when the souls of the departed are believed to walk the earth. The Mexican take on death is one of acceptance and vibrant imagery. Mexican families erect altars with offerings to their ancestors and picnic at their graves. Children nibble on sugar skulls, …Find out more »
Oct. 18-19th includes the haunted abandoned building and trails of horror. Guest will be guided up a dark, winding trail to a two-story haunted house where they will enter at their own peril. Upon exiting the house, guest will be directed down the trail of horror leading to their final destination - the haunted pavilion. …Find out more »
Christopher Williams will be using his time at Bethany to develop choreography for original versions of two works “Narcissus” and “Les Sylphides” set to scores composed for Diaghilev’s famed Ballets Russes. The evening-length works will re-appropriate themes of ancient myth and folklore to re-imagine the historic scores through a contemporary queer lens. The evening’s program will consist of a work-in-progress showing of …Find out more »