As you settle in, please take time to visit your local municipal office to introduce yourself and pick up a special welcome package.
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BETHEL WOODS CENTER FOR THE ARTS
Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, a nonprofit cultural organization located at the historic site of the 1969 Woodstock festival, is a special place. Our historic site means so much to so many. Whether you're interested in exploring our award-winning museum, enjoying a performance by your favorite artist under the stars, or taking part in one of our many art classes, we want you to enjoy shared experiences with family and friends, old and new, and become a part of the legacy that keeps the spirit of peace and compassion alive.
For more information please visit BethelWoodsCenter.org
Sullivan Renaissance is a beautification and community development initiative of the Gerry Foundation. We believe that beautification builds community pride; and that partnerships and grassroots volunteerism build beautiful, active communities. We offer grants, technical assistance and other resources to community organizations, businesses, schools and municipalities for projects that advance this mission. We also partner with State, County and local government and organizations on a variety of issues that impact the quality of life in Sullivan County. This work has resulted in a profound sense of purpose, a connection to neighbors and places, and a renewed pride for Sullivan County. This pride is tangible to those who live, work, and visit here.
Established in 2001 by Sandra and Alan Gerry, Sullivan Renaissance began as a program offering small grants or "seed money" to create gardens and to inspire the act of beautifying communities through a grassroots effort. The mission at that time was to enhance the appearance of Sullivan County while building a sense of pride and community spirit.
Since 2001, thousands of individuals have championed hundreds of projects in all 15 towns and 6 villages of the county. What began as a gesture to spruce up the county and bring people together through the act of planting flowers, has become a movement throughout Sullivan County, uniting the grassroots efforts of volunteers, with investment by businesses, changes in policy of municipalities, and an all-around feeling that we can be, and are a place that people love to call home.
For more information please visit SullivanRenaissance.org
Sullivan 180 is a nonprofit organization created to turn around the health of Sullivan County, focusing on making it a healthier place to live, work, play and raise a family. We are a grassroots movement comprised of many, but speaking with a single voice in favor of new policies, systems and programs to enhance the overall quality of life for all of our residents. Sullivan County has persistently been placed 61 out of 62 New York counties in the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Health Rankings, but through our programs, partnerships and volunteer efforts, we are committed to change by degrees; a slow, steady and enduring transformation that is thoughtfully conceived and implemented. With an inclusive approach that unites our entire community – businesses, organizations and individuals in healthcare, education, agriculture, government, the arts and faith based institutions – Sullivan 180 is building a healthy, vibrant Sullivan County where everyone has a sense of purpose, connection to family and community, with access to fresh, healthy foods and an active lifestyle.
For more information and to download the Community Resource Guide, please visit Sullivan180.org