What to See, Eat and Where to Go in Woodstock This Week
Photo: Brenda Petrella
Monday, March 12th - Sunday, March 18th
It's a new week Woodstock friends. Are you ready to try new things, do some learning and have a whole lot of fun?
Well here is the run-down for the week. Have something to add? Are you thinking "Wow I could totally make this blog better?" Well it could be yours. YOU could write this weekly post and get paid for it.
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Anyway, just think it over. Okay - back to the fun!
With St. Patty’s Day coming up - the Woodstock Farmers’ Market sure knows how to prepare! This coming weekend they will be sampling beer from Two Roads Brewing Company and indulging the die-hard cheese lover in all of us with an Irish Cheese Tasting. Welp, there goes my entire food budget for the week… so worth it. So worth it.
If you’re not into green beer (that’s still a thing right??) and opting for spending a cozy weekend at home, this Farmhouse Pancakes recipe from Woodstock blogger HOMEMAYD by Noella May will do just the trick. With all of the fresh maple syrup around, it would be a crime not to use it. Just saying.
If you are looking for your fill of Corned Beef and Cabbage with a side of a Pint of Guinness (or two) well you're in good hands. Enjoy the Gin Dogs at Bentleys!
If you’re looking for a cozier St. Patty’s Evening - The Barnard Inn is pulling out all of the stops with a Corned Beef & Cabbage ALL YOU CAN EAT buffet with Guinness and Irish Whiskey specials all night. Enjoy music by Trifolium as you digest.
Music by Trifolium. Justin Park (guitar, mandolin, vocals), Chloe Powell (cello, fiddle) and Andy Mueller (guitar, mando, fiddle).
Woodstock High School and Middle School music students will join The Daniel Rotem Group at ArtisTree for a brief opening set, so make sure to get there early!
Spend Thursday evening expanding your brain over at Worthy Kitchen where Sustainable Woodstock will be holding their monthly Green Drinks!
The Optimist Center
We’re almost there, Spring is coming… right? Well if you need a little extra energy these days pop on over to the Optimist center for a FREE meditation class on Wednesday.
Begin or end your day off right with Yoga with Maeve.
Or, enjoy a day of snowmobile racing, good food, and maybe even a few drinks with friends at Suicide Six for the Sap Bucket Run.
As Part of Pentangle's THANK YOU THURSDAY Free Film Series they will be showing the documentary 'It's Criminal', a “Poignant and personal documentary that shares the life-changing journeys of incarcerated women and Dartmouth College students working together to write and perform an original play”.
If you haven’t seen 'Once', well it’s a delightful movie that will have you humming the soundtrack for days. Head to Billings Farm and Museum for a 3pm or 5pm showing on Saturday.
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