The Town Hall building has served many purposes since its construction in 1900: an Opera Hall, a auditorium for town meetings and other events—even a basketball court! Today, a group of Selectboard members, town officials, and residents has come together to consider the building’s next 50 years.
The group’s goal is to fulfill the building’s potential by making it an energy-efficient, accessible community resource for all, while retaining its historic significance.
Information on the building’s history, the origins of this project, fundraising plans, frequently asked questions, and much more, will be on the Town Hall Rejuvenation Project (THRP) website, going live on April 16.
There will be a virtual information meeting about the project on Friday April 16 at 4 p.m. We’ll show a 45-minute presentation explaining the reasons for the project, which includes repairs, renovation, and rejuvenation of the lobby, theater, and town offices. We’ll also update you on the current status and the next steps. There will be time for questions after the presentation.
We hope to have as many people attend as possible, so please tell your friends and neighbors. We’ll be presenting the same PowerPoint to the Selectboard at their April 20 meeting, starting at 6 p.m., so there are two chances to learn more about this exciting project!
To attend the April 16 meeting, click this link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89193641093?pwd=OHZhVEg3VmowMlYwNTdYY3k5NFp1QT09
Meeting ID: 891 9364 1093
or phone: 1 646 558 8656
For more information about the project please go to the Woodstock Town Hall Rejuvenation Project website.