Green Ossining’s 6th Annual Earth Day Festival. Saturday, April 16th. WE’VE REACHED VENDOR CAPACITY. REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED!


Join us for A Riverfront Family-Friendly Day of Music & Activities Honoring Our Planet & Celebrating The Importance of Water!

Green Ossining’s 6th Annual Earth Day Festival at Louis B. Engel Waterfront Park will be on April 16th from 11am-4pm. Bring your family and friends. Learn how to live a more sustainable life, visit artisan vendors, and enjoy food and live music on the Hudson River.   The Festival has grown from roughly 300 attendees in its first year with an expectation to surpass last year’s nearly 3,000 attendees. Join the Greater Ossining community in our annual celebration of Earth Day.


This year, we celebrate the 46th Anniversary of Earth Day with a focus on our theme of a most precious natural resource, water: conservation, appreciation and sustainable living practices of water use will be highlighted throughout the Festival.

Hosted by Green Ossining in partnership with both the Town and Village of Ossining, and with sponsorship support from a variety of community businesses, featured events of the day include:

  • Arts & Artisan Vendors
  • Eco-Demonstrations & Hands-on Activities including a focused Kid’s Activity Zone
  • The Something Good in the World’s  Zero-Footprint EnviraPod Mobile Education Trailer
  • River Activities & Advocacy
  • Zero-Waste in action on the Festival grounds
  • Delicious Local Food including vegetarian and vegan fare
  • Craft Beer hosted by Captain Lawrence Brewing Co.
  • Textile Recycling & E-Waste drop off
  • Rain Barrels and Composter Bins for sale
  • Live Music with local musicians including KJ Denhert, All My Friends, Beverly Aminata Spencer, Nancy Carmichael & Dennis Phillips, and a performance by our stage hosts Mike & Miriam Risko and the Mike Risko Band
  • Local “Green” Services/ Product Vendors available for sharing green practices and products.
  • Learn about using eco-friendly products & how to save money by reducing your carbon footprint!
  • Community Organizations: All existing to help you! Learn more about the variety of groups in our own backyard.

“As a natural resource, water-related issues have reached global crisis levels. As an environmental organization who seeks to engage and inform, this year we felt that focusing on water conservation, appreciation and sustainable uses of this essential-to-life ingredient would give us an educational opportunity to positively affect change locally.  With fun activities for all we’re hoping that everyone walks away from the Festival learning, and pledging to make at least one change in their water usage habits for the better,” said Suzie Ross, Chair, Green Ossining.

Ossining Town Supervisor, Dana Levenberg, added “Earth Day is the perfect occasion to celebrate along our potent natural resource, the beautiful Hudson River, while raising awareness about the significance it plays in Ossining. Not only do we have an opportunity to learn to take personal and collective actions to improve our earth’s survivability through careful use of water, but while doing it we have a chance to meet friends, old and new, and help stimulate economic development sustainably. I hope many Ossining friends and visitors take advantage of this great day on the river.”


“Water has been in the news a lot recently. There are exciting stories to tell about innovative, environmentally-smart efforts happening right here in Ossining. What better way to learn, get involved, and celebrate than at the biggest Earth Day celebration in our area?,” said Village of Ossining Mayor, Victoria Gearity.

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  1. Mary antenucci on March 31, 2016 at 1:05 pm

    Hello Suzie,
    I was just talking to Melita who told me how wonderful the Earth Day celebration is, and that I should sign up for a vendor’s booth. I am a resident of Ossining, and I displayed my handmade necklaces and bracelets at Melita’s fair in November. I went to the vendor application site and a note came up that it was private and not being displayed. I hope it’s not too late to sign up. Best regards, Mary Antenucci

  2. Suzie Ross on April 2, 2016 at 4:09 pm

    Hi Mary!
    I sent you an email several days ago. We are out of space, but I if someone backs out I can contact you if you’d like?! Its unlikely, but I’d be happy to put you on a wait list. Let me know, but either way, please stop the Festival and see what you think.
    My best,

  3. Jeyner Spinoza on April 4, 2016 at 1:46 pm

    Hello Suzie,
    My name is Jeyner and Im an Ossining resident, I know that registration is closed for Earth Day, but is it possible to be on the stand by list in case someone cancels? Thank you in advance!

  4. Michelle Lesser on April 15, 2016 at 2:21 pm

    I had sent in an application and a check to be a craft vendor at the earth day festival a while ago, but never heard back about being accepted into this show. Can you please let me know? Sorry about asking so late, but it just occurred to me that we didn’t receive anything from you on this.