OSSINING, N.Y. -- A celebration on Saturday will mark the completion of the repair work of Ossining's Double Arch Bridge and Aqueduct tunnel.
The Ossining Bicentennial Committee and the Friends of the Old Croton Aqueduct will jointly host the celebration from 4 to 6 p.m. at the Double Arch Bridge. Rain date for the event is Sunday.
The festivities will feature tours, food, drink and live music by the KJ Denhert Band and an exhibit of both historic and current photos of the work done on the bridge and Weir Chamber, the groups announced in a news release.
"The completion of this important project ties in with the Ossining Bicentennial to make this a Double Celebration," representatives said in the release.
There will be guided tours inside the Aqueduct tunnel "for all to wonder at the 19th Century engineering miracle that has become a National Historic Landmark," according to the release.
The Double Arch Bridge is between Main Street and Ann Street in the Village of Ossining. For more information, residents can call Mavis Cain, 9140-693-0529.
The Village of Ossining’s Bicentennial Celebration is made possible with major support from Ginsburg Development Companies in collaboration with the Ossining Arts Council, Ossining Historical Society and the County of Westchester, according to the release.
To learn more about the Village of Ossining’s upcoming bicentennial events, please visit the Bicentennial Celebration website.
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