Village of Ossining Bicentennial

Sponsored by: Ginsburg Development Companies, LLC

“A Grave Situation” Tour

Dale Cemetery &
Jewish Cemetery

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.

  • Rain Date: Sunday, July 21, 2013

For more information contact:
Miguel Hernandez » 914-815-5842
Norman MacDonald » 914-941-0001



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