In a few minutes I might be heading out the door for Woodstock, about 18 miles away, where Woodstock Willie will be making his prognostication at 7:07 a.m..
Chicago musician Corky Siegel (Siegel-Schwall Band) is scheduled to play before Willie gets pulled out. In the past, there has also been a polka-oompah band.
But, it is 11 degrees right now and supposed to drop some more with a bit of a wind. I am not sure that I want to go stand out in it. So I might not go for the prognostication.
Afterwards, the Moose Lodge in Woodstock (where the dance/auction was held in the movie) is hosting a breakfast, but I am thinking of breakfast at Papa G's on the Square (which was considered for the Tip-Top Cafe at one time before it ended up at another place across the Square).
That, of course, if I go for the prognostication.
Bob Hudgins, who was largely responsible for the movie being filmed in Woodstock, will lead a walk to movie filming sites at 9 a.m.. Then at 10 a.m., there will be a showing of the movie itself at the Woodstock Theatre in the Harold Ramis Theater. That is free. Harold Ramis was the director and co-wrote the story.
If, I don't go for the prognostication, I will go for the movie and afterwards eat at the Mexican restaurant which is where the Tip-Top Cafe was in the movie. I always try to sit in the nook where they sat.
Make Me a Movie Star. --RoadDog
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