Brian Stockton, executive director for the DDA, said the authority is excited to partner with other organizations to expand entertainment options downtown.
“Investment by private partners like Resurgens Orthopedics, who continue to step up in their community, are what makes these projects that much more exciting,” Stockton said.
The community stage will be on the Elm Street Cultural Arts Village event green, which is adjacent to Market Street and the Town to Creek section of the Greenprints trail.
The stage will offer a wide array of events, including programs from Elm Street and Main Street Woodstock. Stockton said there are 30 anticipated event dates this year, representing varied types of entertainment.
“We believe there will be something for everyone to enjoy,” he said.
The stage will also be open for rental by private groups, through Elm Street, on available dates.
Construction on the community stage is slated to begin next week with the project expected to be completed in early May.
Downtown resident and business owner Drew Hyman, with his team at Park Green Homes and Neighborhoods, will construct the Resurgens Orthopedics Community Stage.