Village of Ossining Bicentennial

Sponsored by: Ginsburg Development Companies, LLC


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The Beginning

In the beginning was the land, and it was without names. From somewhere over the horizon the first wanderers reached northwestern Westchester and found the land to be rich and good. They remained and gave names to places--descriptive names by which others could identify them. Thus, the Indian name for Ossining was "A STONY PLACE."
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Sculpture Exhibit

Ossining will present a six-month juried exhibition of large, outdoor sculptures in the downtown/waterfront areas of the Village that will be free and open to the public. The intent of this exhibition is to provide direct and free access to art for the thousands of residents and visitors in the Village of Ossining.
Map of Sculptures in Ossining
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The Ossining Story: A Bicentennial Celebration 1813-2013


The Ossining Bicentennial Committee is pleased to announce that The Ossining Story: A Bicentennial Celebration 1813–2013 is now available for purchase. This special-edition souvenir journal commemorates Ossining’s 200th birthday, honoring its past and present. Ossining became the first incorporated village in Westchester County in 1813, when it was still known as Sing Sing.

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