When I look into after school activities for my kids I always start in Ossining. I’m already driving my oldest daughter to Logrea almost every day so staying local is
Hudson Valley’s Books for Humanity located at 67 Central Avenue (you can park and see the book store from Main Street) is one of Ossining’s newest businesses. The owner, Amy
Ossining resident Andre Platt has been decorating his 50 Iroquois Rd home with a “Winter Wonderland” 50,000-light display for over 30 years (with a little pause in 2020 due to
1. Tell us a bit about you My name is Amelia Silva, known as Melita, the way my parents always called me. I am from Portugal, born and raised
We discovered the “Scariest House in Ossining” in 2019, but 2021 marks the final year that mastermind Craig Pincus will put his unique hand-made Halloween display for the community. For
Welcome to Ossining: A Video Tour
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what residents love about ossining
“We bought a home and moved to Ossining in 2014, attracted by the riverfront, proximity to NYC, access to Metro North, and the beautiful historical architecture.
And while all of those attributes continue to enhance our life here, it is the community of people that made us fall in love with Ossining. It is a VILLAGE in the best sense of the word. We know how lucky we are to call Ossining home.”
– Catherine W.
“We chose to settle down and buy a home in Ossining because of the strong sense of community. People that live here genuinely care about one another and the future of our next generation.
We come together to support local business, help our neighbors and embrace the diversity of our village in all its glory! In addition the ease and beauty of the train commute into Manhattan was a necessity for our family.
We have been here for 6 years and I am grateful we found our home and community in Ossining.”