Sunday, July 14, 2013, 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
This tour will take place at Dale Cemetery. Tickets are $15. Dale was founded in 1851 and designed by Howard Daniels a prolific 19th century landscape architect Dale is the final resting place of several Revolutionary and Civil War veterans, elected and appointed officials, a renowned jazz musician, a major league baseball player, other prominent Ossining residents and many others who though unheralded, made Ossining a better place. In addition, our tour will make a brief stop at Ossining’s little-known Jewish Cemetery, established at the turn of the 20th century. Meet at entrance to the cemetery 104 Havell Street, corner of Claremont Road.
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.