Events

Here’s what we’ve got planned so far for 2019. There will surely be some surprises, which we’ll add as we confirm them - also, make sure to sign up for emails to make sure you don’t miss anything good.


May 29 - Opening Day!

All market long - Get your gardening questions answered by the Master Gardeners from Cornell Cooperative Extension. Join the great folks at Fiberflame for Indigo Dying (bring your own article to dye or purchase something for them!)

For kids, Nancy Geaney will host a flower bomb making craft event. And, we’re sure adults could get in on the fun if they’re so inclined.

Seasonal cooking demo by Nancy Meyers and her daughter!

5:00 - 7:00 pm, Main Stage - Mead Mountain Resonators. The Mead Mountain Resonators are a contemporary string band formed by multi-instrumentalists Conor Wenk (resonator, banjo, mandolin, guitar and vocals), and Dan McCabe (Guitar, Drums, and Vocals). Playing a variety of musical styles, MMR embraces the richness of genres from mo-town to bluegrass yet push the envelope into rhythmic and modal complexity. Nostalgia has never felt more relevant with this dynamic couple of young musicians.

June 5

5:00 - 7:00 pm, Main Stage - Neo Trio

We’ve got a few events rescheduled from the rain on opening day. Fiberflame will be joining us for with an awesome Indigo Dying tent (bring your own article to dye or purchase something for them!)

For kids, Nancy Geaney will host a flower bomb making craft event - we’re sure adults could get in on the fun if they’re so inclined.

June 12

5:00 - 7:00 pm, Main Stage - Acoustic Medicine Show

5:00 pm, Events Tent - Strawberry Pie Contest. Bring your A-game and your best strawberry pie to our pie contest. Drop off by 4pm, tasting begins at 5pm! $2 for a plate of pie, sales benefit our non-profit market.

June 19

5:00 - 7:00 pm, Main Stage - Caprice Rouge

June 26

5:00 - 7:00 pm, Main Stage - Marc Delgado

July 3

3:45 - 4:45 pm, Main Stage - Alyssa Dann

5:00 - 7:00 pm, Main Stage - Bruce Milner & Marji Zintz

5:00 - 7:00 pm, Arts Tent - Young Mi Kim Ceramics

5:00 - 7:00 pm, Music in the market - Deb Tankard & Friends

All market long, join the great folks at Fiberflame for Indigo Dying (bring your own article to dye or purchase something for them!)

July 10

3:45 - 4:45 pm, Events Tent - Kids Crafting with Nancy Geaney. Make your own insects from egg crates!

5:00 - 7:00 pm, Main Stage - Steven Michael Pague & Friends - Steven's original and collected uplifting songs express the true commonalities of the experience of being human; feeling, dreaming, waking, wanting, needing, hoping, loving, losing, finding oneself, letting go, and being thankful. Voice and guitar. Folk, pop, reggae, country, skiffle. 

5:00 - 7:00 pm, Music in the market - Deb Tankard & Friends

July 17

3:30 - 4:45 pm, Main Stage - Storytelling with Ms. Wendy from Mountaintop Waldorf School

5:00 - 7:00 pm, Main Stage - Mac n’ Cheez

5:00 pm, Events Tent - Holly Shelowitz cooking demo. Join chef Holly Shelowitz to create a simple dish using the season’s bounty.

5:00 - 7:00 pm, Music in the Market - Indira Delacorte & Friends

July 24

3:30 - 4:45 pm, Arts Tent - Crafts with the Secret City!

5:00 - 7:00 pm, Main Stage - Bunkhouse Boys

5:00 - 7:00 pm, Events Tent - Catskill Culture Club kombucha demo. Learn kombucha making basics with Catskill Culture Club.

5:00 - 7:00 pm, Music in the market - Deb Tankard & Friends

July 31

5:00 - 7:00 pm, Main Stage - Ann Belmont

5:00 pm, Events Tent - Peach Pie Contest
Bring your A game and your best peach pie to this month’s pie contest. Drop off by 4pm, tasting begins at 5pm!

5:00 - 7:00 pm, Music in the market - Indira Delacorte & Friends

August 7

5:00 pm, Main Tent - Kids’ Crafts with Nancy!
Paper plate weaving

5:00 - 7:00 pm, Main Stage - Mead Mountain Resonators. The Mead Mountain Resonators are a contemporary string band formed by multi-instrumentalists Conor Wenk (resonator, banjo, mandolin, guitar and vocals), and Dan McCabe (Guitar, Drums, and Vocals). Playing a variety of musical styles, MMR embraces the richness of genres from mo-town to bluegrass yet push the envelope into rhythmic and modal complexity. Nostalgia has never felt more relevant with these dynamic young musicians.

5:30 pm - Cooking demo with Holly Shelowitz of Nourishing Wisdom!

Arts Tent - Edge Project Ceramics

August 14

5:00 - 7:00 pm, Main Stage - Maiko Haita & Friends

5:00 - 7:00 pm, Music in the Market - Indira Delacorte & Friends

5:30 pm - Cooking demonstration by Che Spiotta, winner of Master Chef Junior!!!

August 21

5:00 pm, Events Tent - Pickle making demo with Catskill Culture Club
Learn to make lacto-fermented pickles as an easy and healthy way to preserve the cucumber bounty!

5:00 pm, Arts Tent - Tivoli Tile Works

August 28

3:45 - 4:30 pm, Main Stage - Storytelling with Ms. Wendy!

4:30 - 6:00 pm, Events Tent - The Robert Lucy Portrait Studio

Get your picture taken at the Robert Lucy Portrait Studio with fabulous hand-painted backdrops by Bobby and a collection of amazing props and costumes from the personal collection of The Secret City's creators. Feel free to bring your dog, too.

5:00 - 7:00 pm, Main Stage - Mac & Cheeze Balkan Power Trio

5:00 - 7:00 pm, Music in the market - Deb Tankard & Friends

September 4

5:30pm, Events Tent - Cooking Demo with Holly Shelowitz!

It’s officially harvest season! Come learn a simple and delicious recipe for using the bounty of the season with professional chef & teacher Holly Shelowitz of Nourishing Wisdom.

September 18

5:00 pm, Events Tent - Apple Pie Contest
Celebrate the season’s finest with our iconic apple pie contest. If you’d like to compete for the glory, email us at woodstock farm fest at gmail dot com and plan to drop your pie off at the info booth by 4 PM. Or just come to eat — tasting begins at 5pm, just $2 a plate and all sales benefit our nonprofit market.

5:00 pm, Arts Tent - Kids’ Crafting with Nancy
Eco bundles with natural dying.

October 2

5:00 pm, Events Tent - Pumpkin Pie Contest
It’s our last big hurrah of the season - our celebrated pumpkin pie contest. Compete to see if your pumpkin (or winter squash - we’re not choosy) pie is the winner. Let us know if you’d like to bake by emailing Megan at woodstock farm fest @ gmail dot com and plan to drop your pie off at the info booth by 4pm. Or if you just want to eat pie, the tasting begins at 5 pm. $2 for a plate of homebaked pies and all sales benefit our non-profit market.

5:00 pm, Arts Tent - Kids’ Crafting with Nancy - making bird feeders with pine cones and gourds.