"How to Make Taxes Less Taxing" Presentation
"How to Make Taxes Less Taxing" Presentation is co-sponsored by the Ossining Public Library, Livable Communities, the Town of Ossining Tax Receiver's Office and Westchester Residential Opportunities. Have all of your questions and concerns answered by local Tax Receiver Gloria Fried and Geoffrey Anderson, Director of Westchester Residential Opportunities (WRO). The presentation will be held on Tuesday, March 31st at 2 p.m. in the Budarz Theater. All are welcome to attend.
Meet the Leaders!click here for more
The library was represented on the Cablevision show "Meet the Leaders." Click on the link to watch.
Looking for a Director!click here for more
Wobble Cafe Gets Spotlight in the News!click here for more
News Release on the Budget Voteclick here for more
Art Exhibits This Month!
In the Main Gallery is 'Quintessenialle Variations 3' Photo exhibit. March 1-30. Opening Reception will be held on Saturday, March 7th at 2 p.m. Light refreshments will be served.
In the Hallway Gallery is the Ossining Girl Scouts Annual Art Show. March 1-30. There will be no opening reception for this show.
A Note from the Friends!
We wish to thank Bob Minzesheimer and Joyce Koyner for their years of dedicated service as President and Treasurer of the Friends.
We congratulate Barbara Henninger, newly elected President, Frya Barnes, newly elected Treasurer and Nancy DeKoven newly elected Secretary.
Inclement Weather Info.
In the case of inclement weather please always check our website for notices and our Facebook page, call the library and the msg will be changed, find our info. on News12, Fox 5, WHUD or FIOS 1 News. Stay safe this winter! Any questions call the PR & Programming Office at the library at 914-941-2416 ext. 327. Thank you!
Book Donation Update:
The Friends of the Library are no longer accepting book donations etc. as of February 1st. We are filled to capacity. Monetary donations are always welcome. Thank you!
Mobile Printing is Here!click here for more
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Footnote Cafe' News!
The Footnote Cafe' on the lower level of the library is no longer open on the weekends. Sorry for any inconvenience. Thank You!
Thank you to the office of Senator David Carlucci for their generous support of the Ossining Public Library.
SBIC at the Library
Senior Benefits Information Centers (SBICs) help adults age 60 and older, and those caring for the elderly, achieve a better understanding of Medicare health plans and prescription drug coverage. Information and counseling is provided about different types of government programs, including federal and state financial assistance programs, and county-wide benefits. This program is offered through Westchester Library System and meets at the Ossining Library 2 thursdays a month.
If you cannot reach one of our counseling locations, you can leave your name and contact information at the SBIC Helpline. We will respond within two business days. SBIC@wlsmail.org or call 914-231-3260.
Check Out a Museum Pass Courtesy of the Friends of The Ossining Public Library for Ossining Adult library card holders only.click here for more