Wednesday, October 15, 2014


5 bedroom
4 bathroom
4+ car garage
2 fireplaces
Keeping Room
Enormous Master Retreat

Spectacular and stylish custom home in sought after community! Complete with 4+ car garage, keeping room, 2 fireplaces, guest bedroom and full bath on main, fenced in yard, fabulous chefs kitchen with enormous island and counter seating, granite counters, slate backsplash, walk-in pantry, upgraded cabinets and drawers, stainless appliances, double ovens, butlers pantry, Mud room with storage bench and hangars, built-in bookshelves and cabinets in family room, Luxurious master retreat w/sitting area and elegant master bath w/ dressing area.  Walking distance to shopping!

Thursday, September 25, 2014

September's Brown Bag Concert Series in the Park at City Center

Free lunchtime concerts in The Park at City Center from 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm every Thursday in September. This is a great Mothers Morning Out activity! So bring a chair, pick up some lunch at one of our great downtown restaurants and enjoy!
9/4- John Amoroso, cover songs from all types of artists
9/11- Craig Gleason,Americana/Country/Folk
9/18- FreezeWir, Classic Rock / Blues
9/25 Brandon Klein, Country, Pop Rock


Village Market & Cafe is officially open! 
Village Market & Cafe is a deli, bakery and gourmet market nestled in the heart of Downtown Woodstock. Hope everyone can stop by and welcome the 
Village Market & Cafe to the Downtown community!

Located at 480 Chambers Street, in between Dismero Redline and Brooklynns

*** Sunday & Monday Opening Hours: 8am-6pm******
*** Tuesday-Saturday Opening Hours: 8am-10pm****

Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Cherokee Summer Fest September 6th from 11-7

The 2014 Cherokee Summer Fest is a Downtown Woodstock-style, fun-filled and entertainment-packed single day event to benefit the International Mosaic Down Syndrome Association (IMDSA), an organization designed to support any family member or individual whose life has been touched by mosaic Down syndrome (one of four types of Down syndrome that affects approximately 2-4% of the Down syndrome population). Ryan and Brandy Snow, the founders of the event, are the proud parents of one small but mighty ambassador named Lucas. He is the reason this event exists and even contributes to its success. You're even likely to find Lucas working hard at the registration table! Stop by and say hi!

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‘Survivor’ to have Woodstock open auditions Sept. 6 Read more: Cherokee Tribune - Survivor to have Woodstock open auditions Sept 6

WOODSTOCK — Producers of the popular reality TV show “Survivor” will be in Woodstock next month looking for contestants to participate in the competition to win $1 million.

The Outlet Shoppes at Atlanta will have the casting call Sept. 6 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., where auditions will be taped, paperwork will be filled out and judges will consider contenders.

Woodstock Director of Tourism and Visitors Center Operations Kyle Bennett said he anticipates a large crowd to turn out at the casting call.

“Anything entertainment related, especially with a TV show, it always generates a lot of excitement. People really identify with that,” Bennett said Tuesday. “With all the stuff on reality TV, and Survivor kind of being the granddaddy of all reality TV shows, I think that will elicit a lot of excitement.”

Bennett said he expects a huge turnout for the audition next month.

The “Survivor” reality TV show started in 2000, and has since taken more than 200 contestants all over the world to compete in a contest to “outwit, outplay and outlast” each other to try to win $1 million.

“I would anticipate a really, really big turnout. Anytime people have the opportunity to be an extra on a TV show or movie, or to actually try out to be on a show, it generates a massive response no matter what community you do it in,” Bennett said.

Because the “Survivor” show is based on outdoor challenges, Bennett said there will probably be a lot of Woodstock residents interested in participating in the audition.

“With the high percentage of people who live in Woodstock that are really interested in outdoor activities — like hiking, canoeing and kayaking, biking — I think there will be a lot of people who live in this area who would be really interested in doing that kind of outdoor adventure show,” he said.

Miliza Whitfield, marketing director at The Outlet Shoppes at Atlanta, said the outlet mall is glad to host the upcoming “Survivor” casting call.

“We are delighted to host the CBS46 Survivor casting call at The Outlet Shoppes at Atlanta and partner with one of American’s favorite shows,” she said.

Bennett said this event will probably be the first time some residents visit the outlet mall, and even the first time for many people to see Woodstock, who may come from outside the area.

“This is the type of event that will draw people that usually wouldn’t go there,” he said. “When someone goes somewhere for the first time, they usually find out it has a lot more to offer them than they might have imagined. So I think this will be a great chance for the Outlet Shoppes to showcase what they have to offer.”

The “Survivor” casting calls are open to legal residents of the 50 states in the U.S. and Washington, D.C., who are at least 18 years old.

The Outlet Shoppes at Atlanta is at 915 Ridgewalk Parkway in Woodstock.

For official rules and additional information regarding the upcoming casting call and the TV show itself, visit the website at

Scavenger Hunt

he 2nd Annual Discover Woodstock Scavenger Hunt will take place August 22nd-  Sept 6th. The Discover Woodstock Scavenger Hunt will take participants on a journey through Woodstock. This week long challenge consists of 100 challenges where participants must take create photos of various things around Woodstock 

Free event to take part in! Top teams will win great prizes! 1st Place team will win a $100 Downtown Dollars Gift Certificate and other great prizes. Scavenger Hunt activity list will be posted on August 22nd  at 9am on, the Main St Woodstock Facebook page, and hard copies will be available at the Woodstock Visitors Center at 10am on August 22nd
 Check out this video that highlights the fun that was had on the 1st Annual Discover Woodstock Scavenger Hunt 
Explore Woodstock in a brand new way! Coming soon, locals and tourists alike will have a exciting opportunity to experience Woodstock through a scavenger hunt. The 2nd Annual Discover Woodstock Scavenger Hunt will take participants on a journey through various areas in Woodstock; you will learn new things, explore exciting places and visit some familiar and some new areas. The lucky winner will receive $100 in Downtown Dollars to spend at their favorite place in downtown Woodstock and various other prizes!

Participants will have August 22nd through September 6th to complete as many of the 100 challenges included in the hunt as they can. The challenges are scored on a scale depending on their degree of difficulty. Although you probably will not be able to finish all 100, choose wisely so you can get the most points out of each challenge. This is a great way to be creative and have fun with friends and family! Participants will take photos with a camera or cell phone to have visual proof of completing the challenges in the scavenger hunt.

Participants can expect a variety of challenges during the scavenger hunt. You will be learning about the history of Woodstock, performing an amusing task or making a funny face in your pictures, all while having a great time.

The scavenger hunt will be a great excuse to take the family & friends to restaurants, shopping destinations, parks, and places in the Woodstock area you may have never been. Since this scavenger hunt takes place over an entire week, participants will have time to fully explore the most intimate nooks and crannies of this charming town. You may find a new favorite shopping spot, eatery, or Woodstock recreational facility that you love.

For more information on the 2nd Annual  Discover Woodstock Scavenger Hunt please contact  Kyle Bennett at 770-924-0406 or by email