“A book was something I always wanted to do,” said Bliss. Now he has written a story to accompany a series of illustrations that follow the adventures of a charming hybrid animal named Valynn, who resembles a deer with the bushy tail of a fox. Jared calls the narrative “a journey of self-discovery,” set in a wondrous world that springs to vivid life in 12 of his ink-and-watercolor paintings. The exquisite detail and subtle, luminous color of the landscapes, seascapes and night skies of this magical world cry out for reproduction in bookplate form, and for sharing with the children in your life.
Woodstock area | Community
Thanks to state grant money, the Town of Woodstock is able to take advantage of a Hoosick Falls man’s expertise to save more than 200 gravestones at the Woodstock Cemetery that have been ravaged by time and neglect.
Ulster County Resource Recovery Agency is offering a spring compost bin and rain barrel sale, celebrating Compost Awareness Week.
Family of Woodstock received a $1,000 donation from Spectrum last Friday to support its domestic violence programs.
After serving the Woodstock community for more than 30 years, The Good Neighbor Food Pantry has been asked to leave its space at the Woodstock Reformed Church by June 1.
Members of the Zen Mountain Monastery in Mount Tremper endured a rainy Sunday afternoon to gather on Woodstock’s Village Green in a peaceful protest against violence toward Asian Americans.
After a brief change of location, the Table at Woodstock, an organization that serves hot meals to those in need, will be located on the front porch of the Woodstock Reformed Church on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays from 3-5 p.m.
A global pandemic is a hard time to be single. With nearly all public social spaces closed to prevent transmission
Leon wasn’t born to greatness; he earned it. And like his hero, Ali, he triumphed against all odds.
Technological advances have made “access to information” a necessity that requires most libraries to provide Internet and computer availability for their patrons. But a trend that has taken off recently, particularly since the public health crisis, is the lending of things: physical objects as well as places along the bandwidth.