This Weekend in Ossining - October 1st and 2nd |

This Weekend in Ossining – October 1st and 2nd

So, it seems like people really like this series so every Thursday or Friday we’ll publish all the Events we can find that are happening This Weekend in Ossining. 
Adding your event is free and you can do it by just filling out this form.

Now, all the events for This Weekend:

– Saturday October  1st –

3rd annual artoberfest (RE SCHEDULED FOR OCTOBER 15TH)

@Bethany Arts Community, 10am – 4:30pm
Join Bethany Arts for music, art, crafts, food and family fun. Featuring visual artists, live musicians, food, live and interactive demonstrations, the festival will be a great experience for all ages!
Free to enter, Parking is $10 and you can get it 

Ossining Farmer’s Market

@Market Sq, 8:30am – 1:00pm
The Ossining Farmers Market offers locally farmed and made foods, sold directly by the farmers and food makers, near the corner of Spring and Main Streets on Saturdays, year-round. Down to Earth Markets is a Certified B Corp that creates food communities through neighborhood farmers markets. Our mission is to support small scale agriculture and food production in the New York area and bring high quality local foods to consumers by connecting producers and consumers at the community level.

Green Ossining’s Fall 2022 Community-Wide Tag Sale

@Ossining & Briarcliff, 10:00am-4:00pm
The Ossining Town-Wide Tag Sale is brought to you by Green Ossining on the first Saturdays of May and October. 
See the map of the Homes participating HERE

Opening Reception for Local Artist Joe Schettini

@Hudson Valley Books for Humanity, 67 Central Ave Ossining. 4:00pm-6:00pm
Join HVBH to celebrate the artwork of Joe Schettini and his shop, Good Paper Print Shop. Proceeds from art sales go to Neighbors Link – an organization dedicated to helping the immigrant community of Ossining, offering a wide array of programming including English as a Second Language classes, Parent-Child Together classes, Parent Education, and Workforce Development programs.
More info: HERE

Movie night & Camp out Under the stars 

@Cedar Lane Park, 269 Cedar Lane  Ossining, movie starts at 7:30pm
Ossining Police Department presents Hocus Pocus.
Message from the OPD:
There’s a little rain on the forecast but we’ll keep an eye. These things always have a way of working out so we’re staying optimistic. In the meantime, send an email to Officer Hirshowitz, Director of Fun & Games, at if you’re planning to camp out!

Insect Sweeping at Swope’s Field

@ Teatown Lake  Reservation, 1600  Spring Valley Road, Ossining 

Join Early Childhood Art Educator and insect enthusiast Caroline Erb for a sweep net session in Swope’s Field. What invertebrates will we find in the tall grass? Make your own sweep net and then test it out. This program involves walking in tall grass, so please wear long pants and socks. Meet at the Nature Center. Member$10/family; NotMember $15/family. Limited to five families.
Sign un 


Support Ossining Volleyball and get your car ready for the weekend!

Family Storytime

@ Ossining Public Library, 11:00 – 11:30am
For all ages. Children 6 and under must be with an adult

– Sunday October 2nd –



Brewery Bike-a-thon

@ Sing Sing Kill Brewery
SSKB is excited to announce that they will be hosting their very first Brewery Bike-A-Thon on October, 2nd! This event consists of biking about 60 miles of the South County Trail/Empire State Trail and stopping at breweries along the way! Meet at SSKB at 8:30 AM, biking down to Yonkers Brewery for brunch at 11:00, then heading to Gun Hill Brewery, Alternative Medicine Brewery, Broken Bow Brewery, Captain Lawrence Brewery, Soul Brewery and then back to SSKB! Please keep in mind this is a hop-on/hop-off bike tour so please feel free to join/leave us wherever/whenever you would like! If this is something you or someone you know is interested in, please sign up by emailing our Events Coordinator Kaitlin – Please provide your name, and where you will be joining so they have a head count along the way! 

OBCC Family Fun & Fishing Day

@ Ossining Boat and Canoe Club, 1 Westerly Rd Ossining
Come down to the river and join Ossining Boat and Canoe Club for a day of fishing fun! Sunday, October 2nd from 12-4. We will have food, crafts, & fishing equipment. $10 per family. See you there!

Color hike

@ Teatown Lake  Reservation, 1600  Spring Valley Road Ossining
Start the season with an autumnal color hike, where we’ll look for the full rainbow of fall foliage. Be prepared for a moderately difficult hike through Hidden Valley. Wear appropriate hiking footwear, bring sun protection, bug spray, water, and a snack. Members $3; Not Members $8. Limited to 15 participants, suitable for ages 8+ 
You can sign up 

That’s all she wrote

@ Westchester Collaborative Theater, 27a Main Street Ossining

A staged reading of plays and monologues written by nine local women playwrights over 40. The production is directed by Melissa Nocera. Lori Myers, the executive producer says: “I want the writers to showcase their stories and the characters they’ve created. This is more than a festival of comedy and drama; it’s a celebration of women playwrights over 40 who, historically, have had to work harder to get past the theatrical ‘gatekeepers’ in order to get the job.”
Shows on Saturday and Sunday.
More info HERE
Get tickets HERE

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