Get ready, get set, go. As the winter season is ending, the spring season is making its grand appearance. Spring starts on March 20th, so get ready for all the fun and exciting events going in Downtown Woodstock! Whether you enjoy going on a hike, sipping a cold beer or even learning how to cook, the springtime is the perfect time to venture out into the city. As the flowers begin to bloom, so should your curiosity about the wonderful events going on downtown!
Voted one of the top 50 places to live in the U.S. by Money Magazine, Woodstock brings together family, experiences, and fun. If you’re looking for something to do this spring, here are a few events and places you should visit:
Spring Cooking Class with Chef Megan of Leaning Ladder – On the first day of Spring come out and celebrate with Chef Megan for International Day of Happiness and Health. On March 20th from 7:00 pm to 9:30 pm, Chef Megan will begin teaching members of Woodstock community how to prepare an amazing meal that you and your family will love. Chef Morgan will begin the night teaching how to make spring pea hummus, a delicious spread that is both good in taste and visually appealing. Then learn how to use fresh ingredients to create a radish and endive raw salad, featuring Leaning Ladder’s Oils and Vinegars. The cost for this event is $45 per person and space is limited.Grab tickets here.
Greenstock Day – On Saturday, April 27th, from 9am-1pm join the Woodstock communities as we continue our mission of “Going Green”. Greenstock Day is a recycling event where members of the Woodstock communities go to Woodstock Elementary School and unload their unwanted items to recycle. Things to recycle may include your electronics, cells phone, eyeglasses, magazines, clothes, bedding, and so much more. The Georgia Document Destruction team will be on site to shred all your confidential documents. Show your appreciation by recycling your unwanted items this Spring and continue to keep Woodstock clean.
Cherokee County Aquatic Center – Just 10 minutes from Downtown Woodstock lives the Cherokee County Aquatic Center. The Aquatic Center is a full-service aquatic facility complete with two indoor pools and one outdoor leisure pool. The outdoor leisure pool, called The Oasis, includes a water playground, two water slides, play features, beach entry, pavilions, Funbrella, family restrooms, locker rooms, and the Oasis Café. At The Oasis, your family can participate in instructional, fitness, therapeutic, competitive and recreational swimming opportunities.
Reformation Brewery – If you’re looking for a place to relax and enjoy a cold drink, look no further than Reformation Brewery. Reformation’s new downtown Woodstock location (Elm Street) houses a research and development facility, a taproom with two full bars, a deck, and a beer garden. It’s family and dog-friendly, making it easy to stop by after a walk on the Greenprints Trails or a trip to the weekly Farmer’s Markets that will start back up in the Spring.
Downtown Woodstock and the surrounding area have so much to offer in the way of unique, locally-owned shops and restaurants. If you love the idea of having all of this at your back door, contact us for more information on our remaining condo units at Park Place on Fowler. We’d love to help you live better!