The Ossining Summer Concert Series is well underway. Dates and times of the remaining shows are listed below. Please come to enjoy free concerts. For additional information call 941-3189.
On Fridays at 7:00 at Market Square
August 17 – TBA Jazz
August 24 – Risko Music School - Rocks
Work to Repave and Re-stripe Route 9 from the Northern Part of Revolutionary Road to Route 117 to Begin Immediately Work is estimated to be completed within several weeks depending on weather conditions. Besides the repaving of Route 9, the re-striping of the road will reflect a new traffic pattern in order to make the road safer for motorists and pedestrians. Left hand turning lanes will be designated and single lanes will be made wider and safer. This project is the culmination of meetings between the NYSDOT, Assemblywoman Galef, local officials, and the community over several years to develop this new, safer traffic plan.
Ossining Public Library August exhibit: "Art Moves" the work of students, children and adult from the Croton-Cortlandt center for the Arts. Now through August 31. Reception on the 31st from 3:30 - 5 p.m. OPL September Exhibit: "Autumn into Spring". Photographic study by James McLoughlin September 4- 30.
Ossining Matters 5K Trail Race and 2 Mile Walk to benefit Ossining MATTERS Education Foundation will be held on Saturday, September 8th. The race kicks off at 9:00 a.m. at the Double Arch at the Old Croton Aqueduct adjacent to the Caputo Community Center 95 Broadway, registration on-line and by mail, race day registration begins at 7:30 a.m. at the Caputo Community Center, for further information visit the website www.OssiningMATTERS.org.
There will be an informational meeting on Community Land Trusts for Housing, Saturday, September 8th at 11:00 a.m. at the Joseph G. Caputo Community Center, 95 Broadway. All residents are invited to attend.
Special Benefit Concert to be held on September 8th, 2007 from 2-4 p.m. in the theater at Ossining Public Library. Seniors Oliva Oppedisano and members of High Voltage: Max Gulian, Lee Saper, Jesse McCormick, Scott Peller and Jake Schofield, will perform at a gala fund-raising event to raise money for the scholarship fund in the name of Noah Woodley -Aitchison. This scholarship is awarded to OHS seniors at the end of their senior year. This concert will raise money for the fund and help those awarded with their educational expenses. Singer/songwriter Fred Gillen, Jr. will be master of ceremonies for this special Saturday afternoon concert.
The Ossining High School class of 1952 in conjunction with the Ossining Public Library has invited Douglas Parker, a 1952 alum to speak at the library on Saturday, September 15th @ 2:00 p.m. about his biography on Ogden Nash titled: "Ogden Nash: The Life and Work of America's Laureate of Light Verse." Doug's talk will describe his experience in writing the book, published in 2005, recount some of the highlights of Nash's life including stints as a Hollywood screenwriter, lyricist on and off Broadway and performer on radio and TV, and he will read excerpts from some of Nash's most provocative and entertaining verse. The talk will take place in the theater on the lower level.
Call for Artists: The Ossining’s Treasures an Arts Festival is scheduled for Sunday, September 16. Display space for artists is available at a minimum charge and food vendors are welcome. Contact the Ossining Recreation and Parks Department at 941-3189 to register for a space. Forms are available online at www.villageofossining.org. for additional information please call Catherine Borgia at 262-8873.
Ossining High School Scholarship -- Attention classes of 1946 - 1970
An effort is underway to develop a scholarship at OHS to honor the memory of Raymond Hughes, a great English teacher who was at OHS from 1946 to 1970. This project already has raised nearly $3,000 and the target is $20,000. The money is being invested by the school board and each year 85% of the income will be awarded to a graduating senior as an English prize and 15% will increase the investment so that the prize will increase each year, ad infinitum. Seven classes are now working on the effort but there is a need for e-mail addresses for members of the classes of '46, '47 '48, '50, '53, '54, '56, '57, '59, '60, '61, '62, '64, '65, '67, '68, and ' 70. Anyone interested in helping should contact Tom Schoonmaker (OHS '51) e-mail address -- email@example.com (donations are tax deductible)
Pardon Our Appearance…you may have noticed construction materials and/or piping on Belleview Avenue, Browning Drive, Clinton Avenue, Linden Avenue, Noel Drive, Oakhill Terrace, Overton Road, Underhill Road, Upper Eastern and Walden Road. This is due to a water main cleaning and lining project that the Village is undertaking. The project will clean and re-line water mains that service some areas of the Village and will ensure delivery of clean, potable water for many years to come. As with any project of this magnitude, there will be some slight inconvenience and we appreciate your patience. If you are on any of the streets listed above you may see bypass water pipes laid above ground to service homes as well as to provide for fire protection. These lines usually run on top of the curb line and will have to cross driveways and roadways at various locations. There are also access pits in roadways to allow the Village’s contractor to clean and cement line the mains. Work is anticipated to continue until late fall.
We apologize for any inconveniences you may experience during the course of this project and look forward to the benefits that will be enjoyed for many years to come.
"A Time to get Together A Time to Celebrate" Meet Beth Bermel, new library director and celebrate the completion of the new library. Sunday, Sept. 23 from 3-5 p.m. in the theater. Reception and music by the Modal Blue Ensemble. RSVP 941-2416 X 326.
The Ossining Farmers Market is open The market runs each Saturday through December 15th from 8:30 a.m. – 2 p.m. Located at Market Square corner of Main and Spring St. Come to the market to buy farm fresh foods from the Hudson Valley. Shop for vegetables, fruit, organic produce, pasture raised meats, and specialty foods. The market is sponsored by the Greater Ossining Chamber of Commerce. For further information go to www.communitymarkets.biz.
View Village Board Meetings and Work Sessions on Website
Did you know that you can view board meetings and work sessions on the village website? View current and archived meetings at: www.villageofossining.org