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In celebration of the 40th anniversary of The Band's legendary 1976 farewell concert and the publication of Chronogram music editor Peter Aaron's new book, The Band FAQ, the Golden Notebook will host "Whispering Pines: The Band, Woodstock, and the 40th Anniversary of the Last Waltz" on November 26 at 6pm at the Kleinert/James Center for the Performing Arts in Woodstock. The event will feature a reading and book signing by Aaron, and conversation and remembrances with photographer Elliott Landy and folk great and Band friend Happy Traum, as well as live music by Mike & Ruthy, Connor Kennedy and Minstrel, and others. Admission is free. (845) 679-8000; Goldennotebook.com.

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