‘It’s like hanging out in your living room. You get to watch TV and conversate with people…’
The brave new world is here — and it has me doing all sorts of things I never thought I was capable of. I signed a contract this week on a brand new plug-in hybrid car, the 2017 Prius Prime.
One of the delights of the Woodstock School of Art’s second annual Monoprint Invitational and Exhibition is the way the show both meets and sidesteps expectations.
One of the Woodstock Library’s most popular workshops for children this summer was the cooking class led by Emily Sherry and Anthony Heaney, who run Provisions, the Tinker Street sandwich shop. On August 29, 14 kids, aged eight through 15, gathered in the kitchen of the Woodstock Reformed Church to make chicken soup, which was served the next day at the Daily Bread Soup Kitchen, held at Christ’s Lutheran Church down the road.
The incoming student population is approximately 1338. School begins Sept. 6.
In disasters, there is helpful help, and then there is all the other stuff people do in a well-intentioned spasm of conscience.
There are some interesting changes afoot at Emerson Resort & Spa in Mt. Tremper.
On Saturday, the first 200 customers will receive gift cards randomly valued between $5 and $250, product samplings from local vendors, door prizes, sweepstakes, and other activities.
Works for the festival, which runs through Sept 4, will be coming from Canada, Japan, India, France, the UK, Iran AND Irag, Italy, Brazil, Sweden, Ireland, Bulgaria, Australia, Denmark, Greece The Netherlands, Palestine, Singapore, Turkey, South Africa, and all over the U.S. and Northeast.
It must be the Woodstock Byrdcliffe Guild’s time. Consider all that’s been swirling about it, both in the hamlet at its Kleinert/James Arts Center, home to a vibrant and groundbreaking new exhibit that brings together visual and musical artistry on its walls.