Friday-Sunday, February 15-17: At the end of the hourlong walk, a professional photo is taken of the walkers with their animal companions, and a heart-shaped frame is included in the package.
Saturday, Feb. 16: “When I was a kid in Woodstock, I got my little brother to write these secret notes with me. We’d write love notes, notes of positive affirmation, like ‘You’re doing great; just keep going!’ And we would spread them all over town, slip them into chocolate -bar wrappers in the Grand Union and put them into library books – just dozens of notes everywhere.”
“We don’t have a set menu. We cook jazz; it changes almost daily.”
“I wouldn’t say we’re ‘cutting-edge.’ We’re not gluing things together with scallop enzymes. But we make honest, good food.”
Saturday, January 26: Entrepreneur Konstanze Zeller is opening her Colonial home for a special eight-course, plant-based meal infused with full-spectrum cannabidiol oil, including cocktails, appetizers and special chocolates for dessert. Zeller is head of Cocorau, a company that specializes in raw cacao bites and adaptogenic elixir powders, both containing CBD from organically grown hemp.
“We have public recreational skating and drop-in hockey, which is open for anyone who wants to come and play a game, along with sticks and pucks.”
It wasn’t a White Christmas, but the snow will come. Hang on to your wintry hopes and this list of coasting hot spots.
Monday, Dec. 31: This will be the fifth annual “stay local, stay safe” event, which draws thousands of people out into the crisp winter air.
Who is more amped up about Santa’s arrival on the Village Green in Woodstock on Monday, December 24: our children or the Big Kids – the Mamas and Papas and shopkeepers and dedicated town officials who put the whole shebang together each year?
Great coffee and Montreal-style bagels at the Mud Club in Woodstock.