The Most Famous Small Town in the World flies its peace signs with pride. A casual observer might be forgiven for thinking this place is resting on its hippie laurels, stuck in time. But quirky, iconic Woodstock, home of high-end creative pyrotechnics for well over a century, gifted and burdened with the legacy of the Iconic Concert that Wasn't There, continues to grow into all that mojo through a constant stream of reinvention.
On April 16, the mural depicting Tamara Cooper and the community she helped bolster will be unveiled at Seven21 Media Center in Kingston.
RUPCO's Woodstock Commons
If a picture is worth a thousand words, the painting that will be unveiled at RUPCO's "Give Housing a Voice" event on April 16 is worth an entire novel: a town meeting packed with faces, some dubious, some surprised, some eagerly attentive, all engaged.
A portrait of the little town that's often mistaken as the site of a famous concert
The Cliff Notes's version of Woodstock.