The Town of Hillsboro will host a Woodstock in the Gap event on Friday and Saturday, June 7-8.
The weekend will kick off with a 6 p.m. dinner under the stars event on Friday that will feature a five-course, farm-to-table meal comprised of locally-sourced food and beverages. Those courses will feature charcuterie from Georges Mill Artisan Cheeses, 1870 Homestead and Long Stone Farm; salad from CEA Farms, Endless Summer Harvest and Wegmeyer Farm; a main course from Stoneybrook Farm and Virts Family Farm; and dessert from Moo Thru. Tarara Winery will provide wine, B Chord Brewing will provide beer and Catoctin Creek Distilling Company will provide specialty cocktails. Dinner admission is $50.
An Eat, Drink and Be Literary! talk will follow the dinner as historian Marc Leepson discusses the impact of 1960s music on society.
On Saturday, a Yoga and Granola on the Green session will begin at 10 a.m., followed by an arts and crafts family fun fair from 2-6 p.m. that will feature crafts stations for kids to make beaded necklaces and daisy-chained headbands and paint love rocks, among other activities. Ford’s Fish Shack will provide food, Tarara winery will provide wine and Old 690 Brewery will provide beer. Both events are free.
Woodstock-inspired music will commence from 4-10 p.m. on Saturday, with a lineup consisting of Joey Bauer and the Waitress Band, which will play Woodstock favorites; The Band—Changed, a Joe Cocker tribute band; and Born Cross Eyed, a Grateful Dead tribute band. There is no admission charge.
For more information on the weekend, go to oldstoneschool.org/woodstock-in-the-gap.