This October is the "When..."
Come as you are. Be who you want to be.
Like-minded women from all over the United States come to find the group of friends they've always longed for; smart, supportive, open-minded, kind, reaching for all that life has to offer, determined to pursue their dreams.
Most of all, these women believe in themselves, and they are are ready to believe in you.
They come for a variety of reasons, but common to all is a desire for community, an openness to learn from one another, and a longing for real connections that will endure and provide inspiration and support long after our time together in the woods in Woodstock.
To find a new tribe
Like-minded women 50 or so or over, who want to learn and share with one another
To learn new stuff
Healthy lifestyle, tech, movement, nutrition, goal-setting, entrepreneurship, and more!
To write among writers
To learn from seasoned writing coaches and immerse themselves in a writing community.
To change your life
To learn. Try new things. Write that book. Make new friends. BE who you want to BE.
from those who've been...
Founder Ann Voorhees Baker explains...
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Angela Kaufman has been coming to Women At Woodstock for many years. Now her first book, Queen Up! is being published (release date: April 1). I’m very proud to know Angela, and very excited for her success. She just wrote to me about how her experiences at Women At Woodstock shaped her transformation from wannabe writer[…]
This workshop is ideal for those experiencing life transitions causing them to ask the questions “Who am I? Where am I going? What do I do now?” Metaphysical meets modern to help participants reconnect with their powers of creativity, confidence, passion, and abundance. Taught by author and long-time alum Angela Kaufman, this workshop is an introduction to[…]
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