The final event of The 11th Annual Woodstock Film & Discussion Series, Ulster County Communities on the Move: An exploration of the past, present, and future of non-motorized transportation, mobility, complete streets and our emerging greenway trail system will take place Monday April 24th at 7pm at The Woodstock Jewish Congregation.
The evening will bring together leading experts Jeff Olson, formerly of Alta Planning, Dennis Doyle, Director of the Ulster County Planning Department and Peter Karis, Vice President for Parks and Stewardship at Open Space Institute all working to transform communities using a complete streets approach to planning. The expert presentations will take a look back at Ulster County’s robust history of building non-motorized transportation networks to help us plan ahead as our communities work towards creating even more safe, fossil fuel free, and equitable non-motorized transportation & greenway trail opportunities. Area communities are proving that these opportunities are not only possible but can be better than we would have ever imagined. Join us to envision the future of our streetscapes and trail networks.
This will be a hybrid event with options to join both in person and on Zoom.
In person registration link https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScwxuVbi2C9JDFe-h2R15tvWwaxVwaMvHWaKdBooDcfeownfg/viewform?usp=sf_link
Zoom registration link
Presented the last Monday of the month from January through April, the Woodstock Film & Discussion Series is free and open to all ages. Donations are welcome and help to support these programs. Donations can be made at the following link https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted_button_id=GMNQKTN5AN72U
About the organizers:
Woodstock Land Conservancy is a non-profit organization committed to the protection and preservation of the open lands, forests, water resources, scenic areas, and historic sites in Woodstock and the surrounding area.
Woodstock Transition is part of the global Transition Town Movement of communities working to re-imagine and rebuild our world in response to the challenges of our time. Woodstock Transition engages locally to strengthen our community’s resilience and create positive alternatives.
The Woodstock Jewish Congregation is dedicated to the advancement of Jewish ethics, culture, religion, and sustainability practices. The WJC strives to enable participants to enrich their lives and that of their communities through worship, celebration, study, and fellowship.
Presented the last Monday of the month from January through April, the Woodstock Film & Discussion Series is free and open to all ages. Donations are welcome and help to support these programs. The organizers of these programs are Woodstock Land Conservancy, Woodstock Transition, and Woodstock Jewish Congregation.