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Westchester Women’s Speeches — A Special Presentation

Ossining Public Library’s Budarz Theatre 53 Croton Avenue, Ossining, United States

This special presentation will feature the speeches of women in history including speeches on many different topics such as; politics, women’s rights, jobs and labor, education, the arts, human rights and many more. Presented by Dana Rubin. All are welcome to attend. For more information please visit In the Budarz Theater.

The Ghosts of Undercliff: A Forgotten Community

Shattemuc Yacht Club Westerly Road, Ossining, United States

The Fall Lecture Series concludes with "The Ghosts of Undercliff: A Forgotten Community" presented by historical interpreter Eric Nelsen, on November 6 at 7:30pm in the clubhouse at Shattemuc Yacht Club. There was a time when the Palisades riverfront bustled with diverse communities of rivermen and their families. Through images and narrative, the program sheds […]


Navigating with a Map and Compass

Teatown 1600 Spring Valley Rd, Ossining, NY, United States

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.

A Woman Condemned: Author James M. Greiner

Ossining Historical Society 196 Croton Ave, Ossining, NY, United States

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 served

Life Before the Great Migration

Ossining Public Library 53 Croton Avenue, Ossining, NY, United States

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 […]

Death Cafe Westchester‎

The OAC Steamer Firehouse Gallery 117 Main Street, 2nd Floor, OSSINING, NY, United States

Ossining Arts Council and Death Cafe Westchester are joining together to gather on the Day of the Dead to remember and honor loved ones who have died. A community life-enhancing experience.

Meet the Entrepreneur Next Door – Alain Begun

Good Choice Kitchen 147 Main Street, Ossining, NY, United States

Small Business & Local Media, an entrepreneurs story and workshop with Alain Begun, Owner and Publisher, River Towns Media and the River Journal. Alain will share his own journey in making the build versus buy decision when he acquired the River Journal and what he's seen along the way, expected and unexpected. Then he'll switch […]


Plant Based Nutrition

To register  please call James Trapasso at 914-941-2416 ext. 327 or

Meet the Entrepreneur Next Door – Katherine Vockins

Join us to hear Katherine Vockins, Founder & Executive Director, of the non-profit Rehabilitation Through the Arts, as she shares the journey of starting and growing RTA since its founding in 1996. Katherine has been named a Huffington Post Person of the Day, a Westchester County Thought Leader and Chavez Day Hero. A second speaker […]


Community Conversations: Residential Solar

Ossining Public Library 53 Croton Avenue, Ossining, NY, United States

Interested in moving toward energy independence? Learn the differences in solar equipment and solar installation companies. Learn the experience of a private Ossining resident and learn why you dont have to pay more than $2.53 per installed kW. Hosted by Green Ossining


The ABC of Diabetes

Ossining Public Library’s Budarz Theatre 53 Croton Avenue, Ossining, United States

To register please call James Trapasso at 914-941-2416 ext. 327 or



Mango Languages Workshop

Ossining Public Library 53 Croton Avenue, Ossining, NY, United States

Mango Languages is a language learning program available FREE for everyone in the library and FREE on personal devices for Ossining Public Library cardholders. For more information: Call Allison at 914-941-2416 ext 316 Visit the calendar at   Thursday January 23rd 2-3 pm Conference Room Saturday January 25th 10:30-11:30 am Teen Room


The Value of Neuropsychological Assessment for Students

One Willow 100 South Highland Avenue, Building A, Floor 2, Ossining, NY, United States

Being in a learning environment can be extremely frustrating; especially when the student doesn’t understand why they are having such a hard time learning or interacting with peers. Neuropsychological assessments are a great resource for children, teenagers, and young adults. It is important for us to understand how these assessments can help us differentiate between […]


Getting Organized

Speak Easy Creative Co-Working 127 Main Street, Ossining, NY, United States

We can all use a little more organization in our lives. What steps do you need to go through to truly start getting more organized today. The tools you learn today can be applied to a single space, a room, a home, and beyond. Come learn how you can start your process to being more […]

Coffee and Conversation with Kate Mathews

Anne M. Dorner Middle School 100 Van Cortlandt Ave, Ossining, NY, United States

Please join Kate Mathews for an informalb“COFFEE AND CONVERSATION” Grading, Capstone Projects, School Safety  and any other topic on your mind Wednesday, January 29th 7:00 - 8:00 PM Anne M. Dorner Middle School Library Light refreshments will be served

The Bob Minzesheimer Author Series presents Barnaby Dinges

Ossining Public Library 53 Croton Avenue, Ossining, NY, United States

Our Bob Minzesheimer Author Series continues with Barnaby Dinges, who will be discussing his memoir Ragged Run, a compelling story about his rough childhood upbringing. His appearance will be in conversation with Mary Murphy and touch on childhood loss and the journey to true happiness. Tickets to attend the event are $10 and tickets to […]

Business B4 Business

The Tasty Table 21 Campwoods Road, Ossining, NY, United States

Meet the recently installed Town Clerk - Susanne Donnelly and Receiver of Taxes - Holly Perlowitz. Bring conversation and business cards. Greater Ossining Chamber of Commerce Members - Free Guests - $15 Organizer:

An Evening with High School Parents

Ossining High School 29 S Highland Ave, Ossining, United States

Everything that you wanted to know but were too afraid to ask!

General Interest Meeting: Hudson River Estuary Eel Project

Teatown 1600 Spring Valley Rd, Ossining, NY, United States

American eels are migratory fish that are hatched in the Atlantic Ocean and enter rivers as tiny “glass eels” each spring. The species is in decline over much of its range, and baseline studies are needed for conservation. Teams of citizen scientists collect glass eels using nets and traps in over a dozen Hudson River tributaries from Staten Island to Troy. Teatown educator Marie Roche will explain how juvenile fish are counted, weighed, and released to better upstream habitats, often above dams, and how you can help protect this critical species by joining the Eel Project as a volunteer. For adults.

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