Big thanks to everyone who helped us Fire Up The Farm Fest! What a glorious gathering- view our pix from the event. 

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5/30 – Opening Day!

Free face painting by Woodstock Day School’s Danielle Payette, sketches by local artist Will Lytle for just $1, indigo dye with Christina of Fiberflame,  music by M’bolo!


Community plant swap - bring your extra seedlings, anything you’ve divided or those spider plant babies! Music by Mac n’ Cheez


Strawberry pie contest, composting workshop & seedling sale with the Longspoon Collective, music by Jo Tobin


Longspoon Collective joins us again for a composting workshop & seedling sale, music by Elly Wininger


Woodstock Land Conservancy joins us and music by Perry Beekman


Get local meats and veggies to grill! Potato block printing with Nancy and music by the Bunkhouse Boys


KIDS' DAY! Don’t miss the Ivy Vine Players puppet show and music by the amazing Uncle Rock (aka Robert Burke Warren)


Everything you ever wanted to know about plants but had nobody to ask -- Q&A with Cornell Cooperative Master Gardeners, music by Yard Sale.


Blueberry Muffin Contest! Story time with Mountaintop Waldorf School’s Wendy Weinrich, music by Ratboy, Jr


Cooking demo by Lea Haas of the Garden Cafe -- Woodstock's favorite vegan restaurant, music by


Fermentation Demo by Coyote Kitchen; Music By Callie Mansfield


Kombucha Brewing Demo with Blessed Brewery Kombucha, music By Vicki Russell


Tomato pie contest (yes, it’s a fruit!), music by local music legend, Marc Delgado


Indigo dying by Fiberflame, music by The Cupcakes


Got leftovers?!  Julia Turshen, author of Feed the Resistance and Small Victories visits to talk about and sign copies of her brand-new cookbook, Now and Again, music by Ann Belmont


Apple pie contest! Music by Bruce Milner aka the Transcendentist :)


Pumpkin pie contest, grab a hot apple cider or a hot chocolate and enjoy the bounty of the Fall harvest