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Woodstock Fair

Woodstock Fair
281 Route 169

With the advent of the Woodstock Agricultural Society reorganization in 1992, the Creative Arts Department disbanded and became incorporated into the society with representation on the board of directors and was no longer a separate entity.  Their last meeting was in 1993.  The by-laws were changed to increase the number of directors to twenty seven.  All officers must be a director.  The management cannot be directors.  There are monthly meetings when only the directors can vote.  The Annual meeting, held on the second Tuesday in December is for all life members for the election of nine directors for a three year term.

In 1994, an agricultural exhibits tent was added.  This is committed to displaying the agricultural industries in our area and educating the public to the importance of agriculture.  The next year the society took advantage of the sewer running by our property and connected to it.  This allowed us to build some much needed modern, spacious and clean restrooms.  It was probably one of the nicest and most appreciated additions to our grounds that was done to add to the comfort of our patrons.  The trailer park was relocated and now have a large display of Antique Farm Machinery and Equipment and Autos as you enter the Fair.

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