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Woodstock Exhibit 

Thursday, Aug 13 2009
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Woodstock: The 40th Anniversary exhibit features iconic photographs by of the historic festival by Jim Marshall, Henry Diltz, Baron Wolman and Lisa Law.
Thursdays-Saturdays. Starts: Aug. 15. Continues through Sept. 25, 2009
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