WOODSTOCK, Vt., July 28, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Summer is in full swing and historic Woodstock, Vermont is calling with a host of events and activities for everyone in the family. From art festivals and culinary events, to mapped-out day hikes and bicycle rides starting from the Town Green, visitors and residents can find everything they need to live and vacation in this beautiful community nestled in the Green Mountains.
And now, for the first time, fans, visitors and residents can follow the Town of Woodstock on social media for news and information on living and working in Woodstock, as well as lodging, dining, attractions, events and more taking place in the Town and surrounding community. Click to follow GoWoodstockVT on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook for a taste of what the Town has to offer.
Here's a sampling of what's happening this summer:
- Market on the Green (Weekly)
Join us every Wednesday during the summer on the historic Town Green for our Woodstock Farmer's Market from 3-6 p.m., featuring local cheeses, maple syrup, vegetables, crafts and live music.
- Pentangle Arts Brown Bag Concerts (Weekly)
Enjoy free, live music performances by regional artists on the Town Green every Thursday from June 23 to August 4 hosted by Pentangle Arts. The fun starts at 5:30 p.m. with food and wine on sale courtesy of Bentleys Restaurant.
- Bookstock Literary Festival (July 29-31, 2016)
The annual Bookstock Literary Festival will host more than 40 writers, poets and artists for a variety of events in historic buildings around Woodstock's Town Green. During the festival, ArtisTree Gallery will also host its annual UnBound exhibit of book-themed art.
- Harpoon Point to Point (August 13, 2016)
Dust off those wheels for a cycling fundraiser to benefit the Vermont Foodbank! Enjoy a scenic ride, followed by BBQ, live music and beer at the Harpoon Brewery in Windsor, VT.
- Taste of Woodstock (August 13, 2016)
Looking for an event that offers a taste of all that Vermont has to offer? The Taste of Woodstock brings specialty local foods, drink, live music, street performers, kids' activities, dancing, tastings and shopping galore from more than 40 vendors.
- Naked Table Project (August 20-21, 2016)
The Naked Table Project invites families across New England to build tables made of Vermont's iconic Sugar Maple trees. Walk the forests, then build a table in the workshops of Shackleton Thomas, and celebrate your creations over a locavore feast, where table makers along with the community, all sit down at their tables to share a meal made completely of locally grown and prepared ingredients.
Take a break and soak up Woodstock's welcome – you may find yourself joining the entrepreneurs, small business owners and remote workers who found their true home while visiting Woodstock. Woodstock is calling – will you answer?
Editor note: To arrange interviews with representatives of Woodstock or editorial visits to the Town, please contact Ariane Doud, Warner Communications at [email protected] or 978-283-2674. Images also available upon request.
About Woodstock, Vermont
With the only national park in Vermont, a wide range of outdoor sports opportunities, fabulous restaurants, locally-owned boutiques and shops, a growing corporate community, numerous lodging establishments and stunning agricultural landscapes, Woodstock, VT has everything you need to live and vacation simply. Follow GoWoodstockVT on Facebook, on Twitter and on Instagram for lodging, dining, attractions, events and more for visitors and residents.
Contact Ariane Doud, Warner Communications
[email protected] or 978-283-2674
SOURCE Town of Woodstock