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Winter Hoot at the Ashokan Center 

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The folk-infused celebration of art, music, and craft returns to the Ashokan Center in Olivebridge. There will be a screening of the Hudson Valley environmental exploration Hudson River at Risk, followed by a Q&A with director Jon Bowermaster on Friday. Saturday will be devoted to music and dance, with performances by Natalie Merchant, Mike + Ruthy Band, Jay Ungar & Molly Mason, and Story Laurie. An instrument petting zoo by DC-based musical education nonprofit Hungry For Music will be onsite, and Fiberflame craft studio will lead hands-on activities. Sunday begins with brunch and concludes the weekend-long festivities with a community sing. February 3 to February 5. Tickets are pay what you want, but $50 Winter Hoot Passes are available, as are $200 Pewter Posse tickets for a VIP experience. All proceeds benefit the Ashokan Center. Homeofthehoot.com

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