Replacing her as new presidents of the Woodstock School of Art board of directors will be longstanding WSA instructor Staats Fasoldt and former School of Art executive director Nancy Campbell, also a longtime instructor.
Members of the Town of Olive planning board are trying to put the brakes on the town board’s disposition of flood-prone properties in Boiceville, saying the town needs to formulate a cohesive vision for the hamlet to prevent the dismantling of its commercial district.
“When someone’s hungry, they can only think about where their next meal is coming from,” said Emily Sherry, co-owner of the Woodstock restaurant Provisions. “If we feed them, they can start thinking about the situation that prevents them from moving forward.”
As the Woodstock business community prepares for the coming summer’s anniversary festivities for the rock and roll blast that helped push Woodstock into legendary status 50 years ago, everyone’s been wondering how the commemorations will be occurring.
Neighbors purchased a parcel of land at the northeast base of Ohayo Mountain and donated it to the conservancy.
The owner said it had become increasingly difficult to keep the gallery going in its Saugerties location, and predicted it would resurface in another location in the not-to-distant future.
As Woodstock Library trustees begin preliminary talks with design contest winner Stephen Tilly for what would be a newly constructed library, they have sought advice from those with successful projects in other communities.
Twenty-nineteen marks the 50th Anniversary of the Woodstock Festival, and the community that lent its name to event will be marking the occasion. How exactly it will be doing that has yet to be determined.
It’s all on view now through January 13 at the upstairs gallery located at 40 Mill Hill Road, open Thursdays through Sundays, noon to 6 p.m.
I’m not going to pretend, friends, that America in the year 2018 and The Spirit of Christmas are subjects easily corralled into the same article, except for the intervention of a truly weird coincidence. For in describing to you the enigma of the recently deceased Bud Sife we’ll be catapulted into a zone where a civilization in near collapse and A Merry Christmas can and do absolutely exist, side by side.