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'Trailfest' Brings Food, Music To Downtown Woodstock

The Greenprints Alliance' annual festival, which is designed to draw attention to its purpose of raising money to build trails, will be held on March 23.

An event that draws thousands to Woodstock in an effort to raise money to build trails will return in March. 

Greenprints Alliance's Trailfest 2013 is set for March 23 in downtown Woodstock. 

The event, originally coined Streetfest, is going into its fourth year.

"After extensive focus groups and market research, we decided to gear the event to a more trail focused theme and event," the organization noted on its Facebook event page. "It took as a very long time to come up with this rebrand of the event."

The event will take place at the Park at City Center and blends music, activities, food and entertainment with education about the organization's efforts to raise money to expand the city's trail network. 

Some of the musical acts that have been announced include Kurt Thomas Band, Woodstock native Jonathan Peyton and Cute Boots Band.

A nonprofit organization, Greenprints Alliance was created to raise money to help implement the city of Woodstock's Greenprints Trails initiative. The initiative seeks to build miles of multi-use trails throughout the city.

Trailfest will coincide with the city hosting the 2013 Southern Mountain Bike Summit.

Visit Greenprints Alliance's website for more information.

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