18 Feb Breakfast at Joshua’s with Abigail Thomas + Bar Scott
You’re invited to join two friends for Sunday breakfast during the festival.
Beloved memoirist and longtime Woodstock resident Abigail Thomas and writer/singer Bar Scott will break bread at one of Woodstock’s favorite restaurants, while entertaining you with their stories of friendship, writing and life.
Abigail Thomas’s memoir style has revolutionized the genre, and her books are not only cherished by her fans, they’re used in classrooms around the world.
Her most recent memoir What Comes Next and How to Like It was published in 2015, and recently released in paperback. An earlier memoir, A Three Dog Life, was named one of the best books of 2006, by the Los Angeles Times and the Washington Post.
Bar Scott is best known for her singing, songwriting, and lyrics. She’s produced thirteen albums, and over 60 published songs.
She has also written a memoir, The Present Giver, (2011, ALM Books) and is working on her second book, Live a Life, Write a Song.
Her stories have been published in several anthologies. She leads writing workshops in Colorado and Woodstock, under the name, Wet Mountain Writers.
Join these two for a Sunday morning repast at the always-scrumptious Joshua’s Café, a Woodstock institution.
Get a Full Festival pass and you’ll get to take in the Story Slam on Thursday night. Then sail into the weekend: attending all the wonderful panels, breakfast, both Little Bites and Big Libations Cocktail Parties, and both evening events. And share the bounty from our always-stuffed goody bag.
Or treat yourself to The Whole Shebang for $450. Here’s what you’ll get:
All of the above PLUS the One Day Intensive of your choice.