Woodstock Goddess fest begins
THE SEVENTH ANNUAL Woodstock Goddess Festival, a benefit for the Ulster County Battered Women’s Shelter, is scheduled beginning at 7:30 p.m. tonight and continuing through Sunday at The Colony Café, 22 Rock City Road, Woodstock.
$12/day (80% of proceeds go directly to battered women’s shelter)
The festival is 3 day benefit music/art/dance event.
Musicians this year include Yeye Gogo Nana “Goddess Lovelight”, Kali. Z. Fasteau, Queen Mother Imakhu and Mamalama.
Admision is $15.
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