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Green Ossining’s Annual Earth Day Festival: Live and In Person!
April 23, 2022 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Healthy and happy 2022 to all of you!
With a foundation of optimism and hope, we’re setting our sights on a 2022 future that includes a return to our one-day live-and-in-person Earth Day Festival. While we work on buttoning up the backend details needed to get vendor applications ready-to-go, please SAVE THE DATE for the Festival: Saturday, April 23rd from 10-5p at Louis Engel Waterfront Park.
In the meantime, we’d like to note and thank this year’s Grand Sponsors: the Town of Ossining, the Village of Ossining, Down to Earth Markets, Hudson Valley Books for Humanity, Good Choice Kitchen, Suburban Carting, Mike Risko Music School, and Sing Sing Kill Brewery.
A special note to food vendors: If you hope to be a food vendor at the event, we are reminding you of our rules regarding the need to use compostable food service items which includes cutlery and dining-ware (cups, bowls, plates, straws). Please note that this rule will be strictly enforced and while we would never want an admitted vendor to be asked to leave our event especially the day of, any detrimental activity to our environment on that day will not be tolerated. Furthermore, use of compostables is now a rule for food vendors at all events that require permission from the Village or Town. Compostable items can be processed in food waste recycling efforts and helps us toward our ZERO WASTE event goals. Use of compostable items over the use of those that claim to be biodegradable, made from recycled content/recyclable, or made from other materials is also good for the planet and that’s what the event is all about. So, if you are unsure, we welcome you to ask us any questions. We will also be providing a suggestion of vendors you can use to supply you with any of your compostable needs.
So check back here soon (Green Ossining’s Earth Day Festival page)) , and look out for up-to-the-minute updates when we post our Facebook Event in the coming weeks.
Stay safe out there!