Sunday, August 22, 2010 from 12:00pm - 4:00pm
Come to the MOT to promote the spirit of Woodstock and celebrate peace, love, community and - of course - music!
Experience the harmony of the Woodstock Era with music provided by Amoeba Music. Also, enjoy special live music performances by mother‐daughter duo Le Kat Music and Jessie Deluxe.
SPECIAL READING SESSIONS
Listen to authors Abigail Yasgur and Joseph Lipner read from their published book, Max Said Yes! The Woodstock Story, which tells the story of how a dairy farmer named Max made the Woodstock Festival possible. Learn how promoting peace can be fun.
It’s hip to be a hippy! Create fringed vests and beaded jewelry reminiscent of the Woodstock Era.
FACES FOR FREEDOM
Get your face painted with symbols from the sixties and let your smile spread the message of peace and love.
KRAZY KOOL‐AID TIE DYE
Make hip, tie‐dyed bandanas using Kool‐Aid. This activity may be a bit messy, so dress appropriately!!
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All activities are included with your paid admission to the Museum. Advance ticket purchase strongly recommended. 310.772.2505.
Please be considerate of our residential neighbors and make every effort to avoid driving through single-family residential neighborhood streets.