Come tomorrow morning, downtown Woodstock will be hoppin.’ Greenprints Alliance is hosting their fundraiser, Streetfest, this Saturday, March 24th. Greenprints Alliance is an organization that advocates money for parks and trails, as well as a focus on getting out and enjoying the surrounding nature Woodstock has to offer. The all-day music festival is thrown in the middle of Woodstock and includes an artist’s market, kids activities, and plenty of food and drinks by local Woodstock restaurants.
Last year, says executive director Jennifer Stockton, “Streetfest drew in 5,000 people, even with pouring rain.” This year, they are hoping for many more. Admission is free to the event, but donations are welcomed to Greenprints Alliance. The organization, which is raising funds for 60-plus miles of trails, will have a booth set up to answer questions and offer other information.
Parking will be available in several places in and around downtown: public parking lots are located at City Center, the Park at City Center, gravel lot off Mill Street, Chattahoochee Technical College and in any marked on-street parking space.
No coolers or outside food or drinks are permitted, and no open containers are permitted outside of the event area. Food and drink will be for sale from Streetfest event partners, including Pure Taqueria, Fire Stone Wood Fired Pizza and Grill, Canyons Burger Company, J. Christopher’s and Freight Kitchen & Tap. Chairs are permitted inside the event area beginning at 5 p.m.
For more information about Streetfest, you can visit their website here.