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Friday


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Friday


fRIDAY, FEB 1
dINNER, FILM, DISCUSSION, AND JAM

5:00 pm  VIP Reception in the Pewter Shop
A thank-you reception for our most generous Hoot supporters (the Pewter Posse!) with wine & snacks, Hoot gifts, and music by Jay Ungar & Molly Mason and Friends. (reserve here)

6:00 pm  Dinner in the Dining Hall (reserve here

7:00 pm  Screening of two Laura Flanders Show episodes: Kingston Calling and Building the Democratic Economy, from Preston to Cleveland

8:00 pm Discussion and Q & A presented by Radio Kingston, with forward-thinking media creator Laura Flanders, community radio director and host Jimmy Buff, and musician, author, and philanthropist Peter Buffet.

9:00 pm  Jam Session Let's make music together in the dining hall. All instruments welcome or just come listen!

During the film & discussion, a kid-friendly art activity will be led upstairs in the kids zone followed by a screening of Film Short: Crac! Frederic Back's touching 1981 animated tale of snow, fiddling, family and folk art.

 
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Saturday


Saturday


SATURDAY, FEB 2ND
mUSIC, FOOD, AND MORE!

Hear live world-class roots music by The Mammals, Lula Wiles, The Restless Age, Jay Ungar & Molly Mason, Molsky’s Mountain Drifters, The Stash Band, Ratboy Jr, and Mister Chris and Friends.

Get your blood pumping with mid-day all-ages square dance, blacksmith demos, winter hiking, and a rowdy late-night square dance.

Enjoy your fill of local food, beer, and cider in the dining hall.

Explore upstairs kids zone activities by the Ashokan outdoor education team, Primrose Hill School, and more.
Inquire here if you would like to present an activity.

Record a song or poem for our times at the Holler (sign up here.)

Witness intimate Pewter Sessions as they are filmed & recorded by Beehive Productions.

Purchase your Winter Hoot pass in advance to guarantee entry!

 
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Sunday


Sunday


SUNDAY, FEB 3RD
cOMMUNITY SING

Lend your voice to a group sing along in the Performance Hall. All voices welcome.