Ossining New York Music
The Emerald City Circus has travelled the world and thrilled the audience with its death - defying the deeds and astounding us with spectacles of all kinds. The legendary ghost complex that housed the most famous circus in New York City history has finally closed its doors.
New York has discovered a ghost - an afflicted heart, and in hundreds of years of history there have been ghosts of the terrible kind. Walking through the halls of New York's most famous circus, Emerald City Circus, you will discover that its ghosts are haunting the heart of our city.
Stroll down historic Hamilton Avenue and find lovingly restored Victorian houses with sloping verandas that need repair. The old, dilapidated and never restored building of the Ossining National Bank houses a new restaurant, Danny Guidas Italian, which livens up the city centre. There is still time to sponsor and set up a table in one of these haunted houses, but prices have been rising steadily and in the last decade more and more tourists have come from the surrounding suburbs and also from New York City.
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We hope that you will join us on this rescheduled date to celebrate the Earth and the ecosystems that work, live and play. Join us on Saturday, August 12, 2016, from 4 - 7 p.m. at the Green Ossining Music Festival to celebrate Earth Day at the New York Exhibition Grounds. We will also be attending the annual Green Ossining Festival on Sunday, August 13th at 4: 00 pm.
To bring together music professionals and music lovers from around the world, this event will offer a wide range of music - makers, musicians, artists and those who believe in music. There will also be live music throughout the day featuring various artists from New York City, New Jersey and beyond. We will also perform holy water blessings and songs at one of the pillars and we look forward to hearing you on stage as you tell the stories of the Community Circle.
During the whole festival and its promotion, exhibitors will be highlighted with educational offers. Have a look at the calendar of Bethany and let us know if you have any activities planned for that day, preferably on the registration page. If you are unable to participate in any of our profile activities, please indicate this in the profile activity.
Brokers recommend the Bethany Music Festival as one of the best music festivals in New York City for years to come.
You can find out more about Mike Risko Music and follow them on Facebook and Instagram, or call us directly at 914 - 762 - 8757. We plan to continue to have great live music and entertainment that will make this festival the best in the world. There will be a ton to do because the river is such a community, and we just know it, so We plan to have everything that makes this festival one of our favorite festivals of the year.
This Sunday at 2 p.m. at the Ossining Public Library, you can see "Forget Me Nots" with David Ray. This free concert is a fun way to open the fall season. There will be a free Yoga course (830a - 930A) taught by Elisha Simpson in Engel Park.
The OCC hosts and waits until late at night to raise money for the Ossining Community Center's new $1,000-a-month scholarship fund. Bethany's also offers a range of free yoga classes at Angel Park on September 7 and 12 from 10am to 2pm. Visit the OCC's annual Fall Festival at the New York Exhibition Grounds and come back for more events in the fall and winter!
So park on the east side of the tracks, cross the bridge and park at 25 Scarborough Road where you can take a roller shutter bus to the door. If you pay at the door, bring your own mat, as there are many dealers and activities around this time, park in the parking lot, pay and deposit it, and then go to Angel Park.
You have to know that this wonderfully creepy night is coming to town soon and registration for the fall sale is already complete. Tickets for this spooky event are selling fast, so make sure you get yours while the preparations are underway. There are a number of great finds that will be on sale this coming Saturday. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter to see what they are.