Chamber Mixer @ Woodstock Playhouse
3/23/12 - 9:43 am
On Wednesday, April 4, 2012, from 6 to 8 p.m., the Woodstock Playhouse will host a Chamber mixer at 103 Mill Hill Road, the gateway to Woodstock. Principals of the Playhouse will announce their 2012 season of professional summer stock, which will include four shows. Special door prizes will be awarded, and refreshments will be served. According to Woodstock Playhouse Executive Director Randy Conti, “We’d like to take this opportunity to welcome the Woodstock business community to see the newly completed and fully enclosed playhouse. Many local businesses and individuals rallied to help us complete those important milestones last summer, and we want them to come share in our ongoing celebration.” Though the Playhouse is still working to complete a permanent on-stage LED lighting system, it has come a long way from the tragic fire that burned it to the ground in May 1988.
At the April 4 mixer Woodstock Chamber of Commerce & Arts board members (of which Mr. Conti is one) will be on hand to discuss a full slate of Chamber-sponsored initiatives for the spring, summer and fall. These include a Sidewalk Sale, a 2012 guitar sculpture festival, a new season of the hugely popular Concerts on the Green, the ongoing Woodstock Artists’ Salons, the new Connect and Support group for home-based business owners, the 2012 Experience Woodstock Card program, and many more. Current and prospective Woodstock Chamber members interested in attending the April 4 mixer are asked to RSVP to [email protected] or [email protected].
The Chamber reminds everyone that its online calendar is an excellent resource at which to find or list upcoming events, free of charge. See www.woodstockchamber.com, Community Events Calendar. For more about the Woodstock Playhouse, please visit www.woodstockplayhouse.org.
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About the Woodstock Chamber of Commerce & Arts and the Town of Woodstock
The Woodstock Chamber (www.woodstockchamber.com) is committed to a leadership role in collaborating with area businesses, arts organizations and local/county/state government to promote Woodstock and the surrounding region as a premier four-season destination for cultural tourism. The spirit of Woodstock is a beautiful state of mind—visitors return again and again, and often make their homes here. Known as the “Colony of the Arts” since 1902, Woodstock is located in the Hudson Valley at the foothills of the Catskills. It’s less than two hours from metro New York and a little over four hours from the Boston area. Because of its prominence in the worlds of art and music, Woodstock is often called “the most famous small town in the world.”
The Woodstock Chamber is proud to welcome visitors to Woodstock with the 2012 Experience Woodstock Card (see www.experiencewoodstockcard.com).
About the Chamber’s 2012 Experience Woodstock Card Sponsors
Arts in Woodstock is comprised of Woodstock’s not-for-profit organizations and is devoted to enhancing and promoting Woodstock’s historic identity as the Colony of the Arts. The arts are always happening in Woodstock! For more, link to www.artsinwoodstock.org.
Aspects Inn & Spa is a sensual retreat in the heart of Woodstock, owned and managed by artists Lio Magat and Sharon McGehee. For more, please see www.aspectsgallery.com.
Central Hudson Gas & Electric Corporation strives to create value for its customers, fulfillment for its employees, and profitable growth for its investors. For more, see www.cenhud.com as well as Facebook and Twitter (“centralhudson” for both).
H. Houst & Son is a locally owned True Value hardware store with a Just Ask rental department. It’s been a source for quality products and great service for over 75 years. Link to www.hhoust.com.
KOSCO is a recognized heating and home comfort leader in the Hudson Valley. “Your Comfort is Our Concern®.” For more, see www.koscocomfort.com.
Mid-Hudson Valley Federal Credit Union is a community credit union serving Ulster, Dutchess and Orange Counties. The new Woodstock branch is located at 40 Mill Hill Road. For more, please see www.mhvfcu.com.
Pardee’s Agency offers quality insurance and financial products/services to individuals and businesses in the Hudson Valley area. The agency’s commitment to clients is to establish trust and a long-lasting relationship. See www.pardeesinsurance.com.
Paul Alexander Construction Co. is a locally owned company that has been tastefully restoring Woodstock’s older homes since 1984. For more, link to www.paulalexanderconstruction.com.
River Rock Health Spa is an elegant, Zen-like sanctuary committed to natural wellness, custom service and natural products. For more, please see www.riverrock.biz.
The Roxbury is a “boutique motel” nestled amongst the picturesque Catskill Mountains in the historic village of Roxbury. Thematic rooms offer the discerning traveler a contemporary twist on the traditional country lodging experience. For details and photos link to www.theroxburymotel.com.
TD Bank is “America’s Most Convenient Bank®,” providing customers with a full range of financial products and services at more than 1,250 locations throughout the Northeast, and south to Florida. For more, link to www.tdbank.com.
Ulster Savings is a locally owned and operated bank with branches throughout the Hudson Valley. Every year Ulster Savings Bank supports hundreds of local organizations throughout the community, close to home. For more, link to www.ulstersavings.com.
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