Enrollment is up from 17 students in the 2018-19 school year to 29 students.
“With a full slate of exhibitions, complemented by performances that combine artistic excellence with a welcoming feeling of community, the Kleinert-James Center for the arts continues to be a cultural beacon in the middle of town.”
Sophia Roberts and Emily Peck co-founded the Book Donation Project, an independent, student-run organization that donates new and gently used books to senior centers, children’s hospitals, and children’s centers.
With the next big meeting set for Jan. 22, planners are working their way through a 592-page document filed by the developer.
“I’m actually missing Ireland,” Woodstock activist and Veteran for Peace Tarak Kauff commented this week, some 21 days since he returned from a forced detention in the nation where he was arrested last spring for protesting U.S. military flights using Shannon Airport in the allegedly neutral country for a stopover. “I liked the people’s support. It wasn’t a perfect stay, but it was inspiring.”
The Town of Kingston Planning Board has set a Wednesday, January 22 date to continue review of the 850 Route 28 Project that’s been roiling the Town of Kingston, as well as users of the Onteora Lake trails and Forever Wild lands that surround it.
Melinda Stickney-Gibson talks of the effect art world changes have on the work.
Gallerist and auctioneer Jim Cox is hosting a totally online auction in the holiday week between Christmas and New Year’s, on Monday December 30 starting at 1 p.m. He feels the time is right for such a move, and as always is full of stories that reveal his thinking about the move.
In Mark Antman’s memories of the start of Image Works, the local photo archive company he’s currently in the process of closing after 36 years, lies a metaphor for much of what constitutes the Woodstock experience of commerce, creativity, and a continuing consensus that character matters.
Don’t worry about making reservations; Dixon Roadside, like its sister Phoenicia Diner, doesn’t take them. It won’t even have normal table service, but a counter service and staff to run orders to people…sort of like the classic old roadside spots of 50, 60 years back.