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Upcoming Events

Green Drinks at Billings Farm

Thursday, July 20, 5:30-7:00pm
Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park
Woodstock

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The Billings and Rockefeller families, who lived on the estate that is now Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park, loved to entertain in their home and formal gardens. The National Park Service is reinvigorating this tradition by offering a series of summer evening events at the park.

Join us for a Green Drinks social at Vermont's only National Park. Enjoy the evening view from the Mansion porch, sample some local food, and learn about the National Park Service vision for the agency’s next 100 years – and how you can help as a volunteer or advocate. Bring your own picnic, blanket, chairs and beverages –Sustainable Woodstock will provide light snacks. See our Green Drinks page for more info. Green Drinks are free and we invite everyone to join us. Contact Zach Ralph if you have any questions!

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