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The woods of Woodstock are waking up.
Senior Curator Dr. Neal V. Hitch discusses the influence of Woodstock and telling its story in as many ways as possible with Host Dr. Nancy Berk.
Craft brews flowed and numerous patrons gathered for two days of Peace, Love & Beer at Bethel Woods. Local brewery Shrewd Fox took home the Governor's Cup for "Best Beer in New York State."
Senior Curator Neal V. Hitch discusses the magic of the Woodstock site and the museum's new oral history initiative.
Curator of Exhibits, Julia Fell talks about the museum's newest special exhibit, "& Art Fair"
Bethel Woods displays artwork made by the creative kids of Sullivan County
Young poets got the chance to read their work aloud during the Sullivan Youth Poetry Festival at Bethel Woods Center for the Arts.
River Reporter columnist Jonathan Charles Fox talks about two days of "Back to Back: Bethel Woods"
Museum Curator Dr. Neal V. Hitch discusses Woodstock's legacy and the new initiatives to preserve it.
"The Campgrounds at Bethel Woods is a proposed project that could attract thousands of more
people and multi-day music festivals to Bethel Woods Center for the Arts."