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 November 9, 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 »
You are hiking in unfamiliar territory, relying on your phone to guide you, and whoops! There is no signal! Knowing how to read a map and navigate through the woods using a compass is a skill everyone who hikes should learn. For adults.Find out more »
Fall pottery show and sale featuring functional and sculptural ceramic work. Participating Artists: Maggie Chow, Orit Daly, Jeffrey Dean, Lindsey Francis, Susie Gans, Harris Ginsberg, Keith Gordon, Phil Mailman, Judyth Stavans, Vicky Youngman, Sally SpielvogelFind out more »
Come spend an afternoon with Jerkimer County Historian James M. Greiner. He will tell the story of Anna Antonio who was executed at Sing Sing Prison in 1934. No need to RSVP however space is limited Free but donations appreciated Light refreshments will be servedFind out more »
A presentation about the lives of the African American families that migrated to Westchester County, NY (Ossining, Yonkers, Tarrytown, Mt. Vernon, Peekskill) from Bertie County, NC prior to the Great Migration. If your family is from or still in Bertie County you won't want to miss this presentation. You will leave with a better understanding …Find out more »
This is the heroic and true story of children coming of age in Terezin, the "Jewish city" established by the Nazis near Prague as a way station before the death camps. In the face of unspeakable horror, these children use their determination and creativity to build lives filled with hope and beauty -- playing, studying, …Find out more »
A special evening at the Uptown Room where this eclectic lineup of accomplished songwriters Greg Jacquin, Monica Uhm, etc and Greg Connors will share their songs, and the stories behind their songs. Each songwriter has a unique journey in their music and the anecdotes of this trio will guarantee an engaging show. No cover; suggested …Find out more »