Tag Archives: Woodstock

Letter
June 28, 2017

Vermont poetry vs. money

Dear Editor,

Old River Road, Woodstock … fabled with antiquity … with love

laughing water her companion attacked for a view

along with the out of turn bull frogs, singing peepers, trout, foxes, raccoon, deer

… with birds, lightning bugs on and on …

Where…

Celebrate July 4 in Woodstock, activities all day

Celebrate July 4 in Woodstock, activities all day

Tuesday, July 4—WOODSTOCK—Celebrate Tuesday, July 4 in Woodstock, rain or shine!

Festivities begin at 8:30 a.m. with the 41st annual John Langhans 7.1 Green Mile Road Race and Kids Fun Run sponsored by the Spectrum Teen Center. Runners and walkers will enjoy a challenging course through…

Brown Bag concerts return to Woodstock

Brown Bag concerts return to Woodstock

Thursday, June 29, 5:30 p.m.—WOODSTOCK—Summer is here and so is Pentangle Arts’ annual Summer Brown Bag concert series. The series begins on the Village Green, June 29, 5:30 p.m. The series runs for seven weeks with a performance every Thursday through Aug. 10.

The series…

News Briefs
June 21, 2017

Woodstock rector to retire

The Rev. Norman MacLeod will retire as Rector of St. James Episcopal Church as of June 30.  He will preach and celebrate Communion at the church for the last time on Sunday, June 25 at a 10 a.m. service.

The Rev. Mr. MacLeod arrived in…

News Briefs
June 14, 2017

Seniors recognized at Woodstock Union High School

WOODSTOCK— Dozens of students were recognized at the awards presenttion upon graduation from  Woodtock High School. Those that earned Summa cum laude for the Class of 2017 included: Jonas Kantola (Valedictorian), Spruce Bohen (Salutatorian), Patrick Bald, Erika Gebhardt, Anna Dieffenbach, Rosalie Geiger Lily Doton, Jenna…

The rise and fall of the Woodstock Country School

The rise and fall of the Woodstock Country School

WOODSTOCK— “Woodstock Country School, A History of Institutional Denial” by alumnus William Boardman tells the story of the Vermont school’s rise and flourishing, even as it relied on charismatic headmaster David Bailey, whose dominance shaped the institutional denial that proved too strong to allow the…

Trek to Taste celebrates National Trails

Trek to Taste celebrates National Trails

Saturday, June 3, 10 a.m.—WOODSTOCK—What do farm fresh food, hiking, arts and crafts, fiddle music, yoga in nature, ice cream, and wood-fired pizza all have in common? They are all part of the ninth annual Trek to Taste to be held on National Trails Day,…

Worthy Kitchen raises funds for Vermont Food Bank
News Briefs
May 24, 2017

Worthy Kitchen raises funds for Vermont Food Bank

WOODSTOCK—On May 10 the staff of Worthy Kitchen, a craft beer and farm diner in Woodstock, presented the Vermont Foodbank with a check for $8,200 to fight hunger.

This donation is the result of their annual Night Before The Night event. For five consecutive years,…