Trust the Torch!

Independent file photo by Ken Farver | A young winner picks her prize after playing a game at Summer in the Park in 2019. After six years of family-focused entertainment on the Square and Emricson Park, the five-day event is canceled for 2020.
Summer in Woodstock will be different this year. For starters, the city won’t need all of that $125,000 that has been budgeted for events such as Fair Diddley and Summer […]
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