Grace Hall Chapel was constructed in 1897 by architect James Aspinwall and funded by the children of New York Representative, Orlando B. Potter, in dedication to their father. Built in the contemporary Victorian style, a popular architecture in the late 19th century and early 20th century. Most recognized is the use of half timbering as a form of cladding, similar to the Tudor structures of the Middle Ages.
After it's construction, Grace Hall Chapel offered a place for worship and congregation for the residents of Crotonville and surrounding neighborhoods. Today, the hall serves as a rental venue for Westchester County and a meeting hall for
Lions Club International, a non-political service organization.
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Onsite event management
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WHAT PEOPLE SAY
"Everything was great. Especially, Amanda, your bar and food manager, she was very helpful throughout the day. My brother and I thank you (Chris) and Gary for all your help. Our mom was smiling down that day!"
— Ross W. (Ossining Resident)
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Open All Week
4pm - 10PM
7 Old Albany Post Rd Ossining, NY 10562
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