Where will you be spending Thanksgiving dinner this year? If you’re a Woodstocker, in any timeline or form, you must be considering involvement in what will be the 42nd Annual Family of Woodstock Thanksgiving Feast at the Woodstock Community Center on Rock City Road Thursday, November 23, from 1 p.m.-4 p.m.
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The public is invited to the Woodstock Interfaith Council’s Thanksgiving service on Monday, November 20, at 7 p.m., at the Woodstock Jewish Congregation (WJC). Leaders of local religious institutions — Buddhist, Christian, and Jewish — will offer thoughts, readings, and music on the theme of “Practicing Gratitude in Troubled Times.”
Both women are getting ready to return to Vieques with more lights and other supplies. They say most of the relief efforts on the island have been provided by individuals, not organizations or government agencies.
Woodstock is redoing is comprehensive plan. Natural resource conservation is a priority. Other topics include housing diversity, future land-use, renters, and making the town bike-friendly.
With the death of Dean Schambach October 25 Woodstock lost its Cyrano de Bergerac, its Don Quixote — a man of talents and ambitions so vast their full achievement became ‘The Impossible Dream.’
Halloween is a big deal in Woodstock.
“Our goal is to train a million yoga teachers in Africa,” said Paige Elenson, who recently received the Muhammad Ali Humanitarian Global Citizen Award for her Africa Yoga Project.
“One of the initial motivations for this series was our feeling that the Ashokan Center is an amazing venue for various groups of people to explore varied interests, a way to get away from the world at large and delve into some subjects with heart and brain.”
The guy had a vision. He came from somewhere twisted. Or maybe he came from somewhere that wasn’t twisted, and so perceived more clearly what the rest of us preferred to see as straight.
Cheryl Chandler has retired, but her house is a welcoming shrine to the preschool. “I’ve invited parents to send their kids on sleepovers,” she said.