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Everything Sing Sing: Bars to Brews Walk

Location

1 Academy Place, Ossining, NY
1 Academy Place
Ossining, NY 10562

41.158171 -73.865350

County: Westchester
Region: Lower Hudson

Date(s)

  • September 18, 2021, 2:00PM, This will be a two hour tour. Arrive at brewery a 4:00 p.m.

Details

Event Type Historic Site Tour/History Description Stroll the streets of Old Sing Sing village, one of the oldest and most interesting of the Hudson River towns. Visit a hidden museum, soak up terrific Hudson River views from Ossining's steep hillsides, learn about prison history and local history, and walk the gorge along the Sing Sing Kill Greenway. The final stop, Sing Sing Kill Brewery, offers craft beers and is a favorite local hangout. Degree of Difficulty: This is a hilly walk, 3 miles with a set of steep stairs, 1 to 1 1/2 hours (excluding brews). This outing is for people who walk fairly regularly. Heavy rain cancels.  Meeting /Parking Locations: Meet in downtown Ossining at the corner of Academy Place and State Street.   Free parking is on State Street between William Street and Academy Place, or on William Street or on Academy Place.  From the Ossining Metro North train station it is an 8-minute uphill walk. Our Leaders will be Lesley Yu Walter, who leads tours on the Old Croton Aqueduct trail at Ossining and the High Bridge in Manhattan, and is a board member of the Friends of The Old Croton Aqueduct; and Librarian Sara Bramble, who organizes lectures, workshops and hikes at the Dobbs Ferry Public Library. Sponsoring Organization Dobbs Ferry Public Library

Contact Information

sbramble@wlsmail.org
(914) 693-6614
https://www.facebook.com/DobbsFerryPublicLibrary

Registration

Advance registration required.
Register by 9/16/21 to dobref@wlsmail.org or by calling 914-693-6614

Additional Information

Additional Equipment Required: Wear hiking boots or good walking shoes, hat and bring water.

Event Duration (hours): 2
Not suitable for children under age 12.

Walking Distance to Amtrak or Metro North Station
Barrier Free or Wheelchar accessible? No
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