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From The Blog Woodstock Weekend: 4th of July Edition

America's Birthday celebrated throughout Woodstock Independence Day 2021

4th of July in Woodstock is as nostalgic and classic as you could imagine. Mixed with tradition and modern convenience you get the best of both worlds while escaping the city and diving into the perfect place to relax and celebrate this country’s independence.

Join us in an overview of all the events to catch this holiday weekend.

Market on the Green
Jennifer Schmidtke
Market on the Green

Market on the Green

June 30, 2021 | 3-6 pm: Start your holiday weekend at Wednesdays Market on the Green. Stock up on local goods and foods, while walking in the heart of the town. Live Music and stunning views of Woodstock Inn and Resorts front lawn and a classic Vermont scene, Middle Covered Bridge

soulfully good

Art Cafe pop up at Soulfullygood Cafe

Mix a coffee house vibe, art, local jazz musicians, and tapas served with wine and beer for the perfect combination of a good evening. 

Open 6-9:00 pm choose a night (or all) to sit back and relax while being entertained by world-class musicians and renew your soul.

July 1st-3rd, 2021: Ted Mortimer, Guitar

July 4th, 2021: Fred Haas, Sax, and Bill Rosen, Guitar

Reservations suggested 802-457-7395 (No cover)

Address: 67 Central Street 

gathering at Fable Farm
Jennifer Schmidtke
Feast and Field 2021

July 1, 2021 | 5:30-8:30 PM – Moxley Union (rock & roll) at Feast & Field in partnership with BarnArts Thursday Night Music Series.

Outdoor concert series with food and drink available for purchase. You can purchase tickets here, (802) 234-1645. *Pre Ordering food is recommended.

1544 Royalton Turnpike Road Barnard, Vermont

July 2, 2021 | 10 AM – 5 PM “Foodie” Fridays at Billings Farm & Museum. Discover how the chefs use seasonal ingredients from the farm and gardens to make delicious recipes. Culinary demonstrations and access to the beautiful grounds of Billings Farm. 

Address: 69 Old River Road

East End Park picnic tables
Picnic perfection at East End Park

Music by the River at East End Park

 July 2nd 2021 | 5:30-7 PM: Paul Asbell Quartet kick of this summer concert series sponsored by Pentangle Arts and for the first time at our new amphitheater space on the East End Park lawn.

Admission: free (donations are welcome)

Concessions:  Food, beer, wine, soda by Worthy Kitchen

217-03 Maxham Meadow Way  

Home with American Flag
Jennifer Schmidtke

*** On 4th of July ***

July 4, 2021 | 1-4 PM: Jazz on the Porch featuring Mad Hazard Band


The streets of Woodstock come alive with the sounds of Jazz, bring a chair sit down and enjoy or browse, shop, and dine while listening to the music sponsored by Encore and other local merchants.

Address: One the Green

July 4, 2021 | 10-5 PM: President Calvin Coolidge Birthday Celebration  

Celebrate with the annual procession and wreath-laying ceremony at the Coolidge graveside led by the Vermont National Guard. President Coolidge is the only U.S. president born on Independence Day, this year’s celebration will feature the final rounds of the Coolidge Cup National High School Debate Tournament and public tours of the Coolidge site.

Address: 3780 VT-100A, Plymouth, VT

Flag, Billings Farm, Fourth of July, 4th

Old Vermont 4th at Billings Farm and Museum

July 4 2021 | 10-5 PM 

Step back in time for a patriotic family celebration featuring the reading of the Declaration of Independence, a historic debate, wagon rides, making 1890 flags, spelling bees, sack races, playing historic baseball, and lots more. Billings Farm and Museum never disappoints with this classic celebration and plenty of family fun all set in the pristine rolling hills of Vermont.

Admission to Billings required

Address: 69 Old River Road

Fireworks 4th of July
Fireworks display

Happy Birthday America

July 4th 2021 | 6:00 PM *Fireworks at dusk*

Finally, in celebration of Independence Day 2021 cap, the evening off at Woodstock Union High School 

Children’s activities sponsored by ArtisTree Community Arts Center and partners will have a variety of games for kids and adults. Woodstock Union High School will be operating the Barbecue Tent and Cookout this year serving hot dogs, hamburgers, cheeseburgers, sausages, drinks, desserts, and more!  The Lazy Cow Vermont, a mobile ice cream cafe will serve local Vermont-made ice cream.

Performance by Jack Snyder aka Leyeux from 6:15 – 9:15 pm. The Ora E. Paul American Legion and Boy Scout Troop 220 will perform a flag ceremony at 8:00 pm.

To complete the evening sponsored by the Town of Woodstock, Billings Farm, and the Woodstock Economic Development Commission........... a spectacular 4th of July fireworks display at dusk.

Location: 100 Amsden Way