Happy Friday Everyone!

Severe Weather Update:

  • Please be aware this weekend we will have SEVERE cold weather beginning Friday February 3rd 5:00PM through Saturday February 4th 9:00 AM.
  • If a power outage occurs customers can report power outages or service problems by calling 1-800-75-coned or online at www.coned.com (where they can also view service restoration information and our outage map). Con Edison customers can sign up for text notifications at www.conEd.com/text. Customers can also text REG to OUTAGE (688243) and follow the prompts. You will need to enter your Con Edison account number to complete the registration process. Once you've registered, you will not need your account number to report or check the status of a power problem.  
  • Due to the severe cold weather the Joseph G. Caputo Community Ctr. will be open as a warming center from 2/3 to 2/5. Regular programming will remain uninterrupted.When the Community Center is open as a warming center, the Open Swim times at the Aquatic Center will be available for $5/person without a membership. Aquatic Center hours can be found here.: https://www.villageofossining.org/recreation-and-parks-department
  • This Saturday the farmers market will be closed due to the low temperature. They will not be having the food scraps collection totter out so please wait for the following Saturday or drop off at cedar lane (Which will be open from dawn to dusk, just by the Arts Center ).

Here are some but not all of the many events going on and around the Town of Ossining:

  • Ossining’s First Fridays Community Crawl event will be on February 3rd.


  • Ossining Early Childhood PTA is requesting books for their first book fundraiser. The PTA will greatly appreciate books for kids ages 8-9. They will be accepting donations until February 28.


  • On Saturday February 4th, at 11 AM The Ossining Public Library will be celebrating taking your child to the library day starting at 11 AM.


  • On Sunday February 5th at 2 PM Author Karen Finnegan and Chicken Christopher will be at the Hudson Valley Books for Humanity to present their book “Jolene the Disability Awareness Chicken".


  • The Westchester Dance Artists will be having free demo classes this Sunday February 5th from 10:00 am - 3:00 pm! The full schedule can be found at the following link: www.westchesterdance.org

  • From Thursday February 2nd to Friday April 14th AARP Tax aide will be at the Ossining Public Library with trained volunteers to help you fill out our 2022 Taxes. To make an appointment please call 914-810-3384 and leave a message



  •  International Orange will be performing at Jazz at the Lodge at the Elks Club on Croton Ave on Saturday February 4th at 7:30 PM.


  • Destination imagination will be having their Imagination Mock Tournament on Saturday February 4, 2023 10 a.m.- 12 p.m. at the Anne M Dorner Middle School Cafeteria. 


  • Troop 49’s Annual Pasta Dinner will be on February 4th at St. Augustine School.


  • Sing Sing Youth Lacrosse is now open for Spring Registration. The close off date is Wednesday March 15,2023.

Spring Practice Begins the Week of 3/13* 

Boys 1/2; 3/4; and 5/6: Wed. & Fri. 6:00-7:30 at OHS

Girls: Tue. & Thur. 6:00-7:30 at OHS

K: Tue. & Thur. 6:00-7:00 at OHS

*Location Subject to Change if there is a varsity or JV game. https://sing-sing-youth-lacrosse-club.leaguemanagement.us...

  • The Ossining JCYS Little League Baseball & Softball is now open for spring registration and will close on Friday March 24th.  https://www.ossiningjcysll.com

Black History Month Events

  • Starting January 28th through March 3rd, at Bethany Arts Community there will a Black History month exhibit curated by Ossining Village Historian Joyce Sharrock Cole. The exhibit is free to the public. Curated tours can be scheduled and have a fee of $25 per person.


  • The Westchester county executive George Latimer invites you all to join in the celebration of Black History Month on Monday February 6 at 5:30 PM. 


  • The Ossining Public library in honor of black history month will be welcoming author and editor in chief of black westchester magazine  AJ Woodson who will speak about some of the work that goes into being the editor in chief of a popular magazine 



  • On February 10 at the hudson valley books for humanity (67 Central Ave Ossining, NY 10562 United States) will be bringing in two guests Ms. Joyce Sharrock Cole and Mr. Kendall Buchanan this event will start promptly at 7:30.

That’s all from me as your Town Supervisor! For upcoming events and more, click here to go to the blog.Be sure to check out our new 2023 waste and recycling calendar for changes to your pickup schedule - or, better yet, download the Recycle Right app if you have not already done so. It’s the easiest way to stay current with waste and recycling schedules. Click here to download forAndroid and here for iOS.

Thank you and enjoy your weekend.

-          Liz

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