Woodstock Interfaith & Woodstock Transition Waste NOT Dinner

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Spontaneous camaraderie radiated throughout the fellowship hall of of the Woodstock Jewish Congregation on Wednesday, May 16 as members of six (6) Woodstock faith communities joined the Woodstock Transition environmental team to discuss food sustainability, good stewardship of the Earth, and waste management..

Congregants from St Gregory’s Episcopal Church, Shady United Methodist Church, the Woodstock Dutch Reformed Church, St. John’s Roman Catholic Church, the Woodstock Jewish Congregation, Overlook Methodist Church and Karma Triyana Dharmachakra Monastery enjoyed conversation  over gourmet dishes prepared by local restaurants which support food sustainability.

Dinner guests also had the opportunity to share stories of how they and their families arrived in Woodstock and what they enjoy about living in town.

Participating Restaurants Were:

  • Garden Cafe on the Green
  • New World Home Cooking
  • Joshua’s Cafe
  • Violette
  • Press and Blend
  • Little Bear Cafe
  • Sun Frost Farms
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One Comment on “Woodstock Interfaith & Woodstock Transition Waste NOT Dinner”

  1. joanapter Says:

    what a fabulous event! I was on a plane to baltimore alas, but wish I had been there as well! congratulations for putting together such a great gathering. were there results from the think tanking that went on? warmly, Joan Apter


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