Welcome to the Woodstock - Preservation Archives
Dedicated to the Historic Preservation of the Site of the 1969 Woodstock Festival
THE WOODSTOCK SITE
Hurd & West Shore Rds
CURRENT EVENTS AND HAPPENINGS
~~ PLACES TO GO ~~ THINGS TO DO ~~ PEOPLE TO SEE ~~
WE'RE HOME... AT LAST
"THE ROY HOWARD 1ST ANNUAL MEMORIAL REUNION"
AUGUST 15, 16, 17
(Information to follow)
Monday Nights 8 p.m. Eastern
The Maverick Soul Hour with Tommy Maher is going to take you past the velvet ropes, past the security, and give you a free backstage pass inside the lives, minds, hearts, souls, and talents of some of the most creative people through their eyes and words. We will cover many different genres and will be open to any topic. Please join us in our brand new world every Monday night at 8-9 pm. For a trip you won't soon forget, right here on Madhouse TV. Much Love and Peace to All....Tommy
Joanne Hague & Tommy Maher
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THE WOODSTOCK GURU
A newly created Facebook Page administrated by a team of people, comprised of Woodstock attendees,
film makers, author's and musicians - with a great knowledge of Woodstock, yesterday and today.
We need to get back to The Garden and we're inviting everyone to join us.
No need to worry about what to pack.
All you'll need to bring along is your stories,
pictures, memories, questions, inquiries and interest. It
promises to be a great time!!
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Artist: Kelley Apgar
For more information or to see more of Kelley's paintings
please visit her Facebook page or Email
The More Things Change -
A Woodstock Memior
A Chronical of a Turbulent Time
By: Joe Nolan
A documentary film that centers on 1969's Woodstock Music and Art Fair --
and the turbulent times from which it sprang.
"The More Things Change" begins in 1960 with a collage of historical content,
and makes its way to the present. Dotted throughout with Joe's personal experiences,
it includes the best and worst of times many of us experienced - and includes
Woodstock - yesterday and today. For anyone who went to Woodstock in '69, wished they had, have attended any of the annual reunions in Bethel or is just curious...
Flip Me The
The Peace Train is at the station. Seats available!
The universal symbol of Love and Brotherhood, made popular in the Sixties,
and the symbol which defined a generation.
Let's GET BACK to using the peace sign to signal all those we encounter in our daily lives.
Join Us!! - Together we Can change the world!!!!!
The Hippie Trip.Com
EVER WONDER WHAT IT WAS LIKE TO
LIVE IN THE AGE OF FLOWER POWER?
Explore the places, the personalities, the ideas, and the art of the counterculture...
inside an interactive van.
"They Paved Paradise"
By: Joe Barra
"They Paved Paradise" is a screenplay that takes place around 2008
at the site of the 1969 Woodstock Festival. Dylan is employed in
construction, working on heavy equipment during the building of
Bethelwoods Performing Arts Center on this property. Unaware
of his heritage, (he was born here during the original concet), he
meets Nikki, a protester fighting against the "desecration" of this
land. They are automatically enemies because of their differing
stances, but they are drawn to each other, causing tension and
conflict between them. She is persistent in trying to recruit him to
their side, an idea that is foreign to him, as he deals with the
revelation of his humble beginning. At the same time, we see his Mom
and Dad in flashbacks to 1969, and learn about their story and
struggles too. This story's theme is based on a line from a Joni
Mitchell song, "Don't it always seem to go that you don't know what
you've got til it's gone", and is interspersed with music from the
Woodstock era. Some people that were actually there are also
portrayed in this touching story that is peppered with some true
events, while remaining a work of fiction. Please feel free to
request an email or hard copy of this screenplay.
Review: By Cynthia O. Topps
Induct Michael Lang & Artie Kornfeld
to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame