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25 Oct Dan Terry ’65 Book and Documentary Released

Dan Terry ’65 and Tom Little, a former Woodstock parent, were among ten humanitarian workers tragically killed two years ago in the mountains of Afghanistan.In the documentary, Dan’s story is told by longtime friends Jonathan Larson ‘65 and Daniel Taylor ‘63, his daughter, Anneli Terry Nelson ‘99, and his wife,...

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23 Oct Worldwide Woodstock Day celebrated around the world

In Woodstock's 2020 Vision the strategic plan for encouraging community growth states: "Explore models for community life which promote positive relationships across culture and ages."After Saturday, October 20, Worldwide Woodstock Day, we think we are well on our way to achieving this goal.Reminiscing and celebrating with like-minded souls while keeping the...

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20 Sep Worldwide Woodstock Day Gathers Momentum

This year on October 20, we are asking our worldwide Woodstock community to celebrate their alumni roots and do something that reminds everyone of Woodstock.We have had some great responses so far; we currently know of ten places where a WWD event will definitely be happening. Click on the links...

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12 Sep Seven ways to celebrate Worldwide Woodstock Day

Worldwide Woodstock Day (WWD), this year on October 20, has become a global celebration of all things Woodstock. Far flung members of the Woodstock family remember their shared history and celebrate their roots. Over the last few years, WWD has emerged as another channel of creative expression for Woodstock alumni....

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06 Sep Alumni writers making waves around the world

They say there’s a book in every one of us, and every year it seems at least one new book by a Woodstock alumnus or alumna is published.There have been novels, biographies, books on a variety of subjects ranging from birdwatching to theology to Indian history. It seems the mountain...

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