Everyone’s Got a Woodstock Story! This year at ComFest we’re introducing a new collaboration with the Museum at Bethel Woods (1969 Woodstock historic site). After a successful program in Columbus this past April, we are excited to be working with the Museum once again to help record our community’s memories. The Museum at Bethel Woods comes to us as part of the third year of their Oral History Initiative, a project which aims to collect as many stories from Woodstock and other 1960s and ‘70s festival attendees as possible – including ComFest!
Curators from the Museum will be setting up a mobile oral history studio at ComFest to record your stories. All you have to do is be there, and be ready to tell your stories.
A sign-up sheet will be available at the Museum’s tent and in the Shelter House each day of ComFest.