What to See, Eat and Where to Go in Woodstock This Week
Whether you’re trying to spend your days relaxing, adventuring or a little bit of both, there is plenty happening right in your neck of the woods.
Let's start with one of our favorites.
Try making these Dark Chocolate + Cinnamon Chickpea Brownies. Local blogger HOMEMAYD shares her favorite "healthy" brownie recipe - guaranteed to please that sweet tooth while making you feel great for chowing down.
Have you ever wanted to have a Scandinavian ski experience? Here is your chance complete with good eats and even better adventure.
Want to snowshoe up Suicide Six and be greeted by a warm fire and delicious, fireside beverage? Thought so. Plus, there's dinner.
Need to get out of the house? When is ArtisTree not the answer?
Whether you're looking to de-clutter or just check out The Optimist Center - here's your chance. Catch a book chat and workshop on The Magic of Tidying Up.
Join Sustainable Woodstock for a discussion about managing forests for carbon storage and sequestration. Hear from local landowner, Lynn Peterson, local logger, John Adler, and the Windsor County Forester, AJ Follensbee.
Enjoy The Eagle Huntress at Billings Farm + Museum as part of the Woodstock Vermont Film Series.
It's all about Fat Bikes this week!