Greene art walk spotlights 100 years of The Sherwood

GREENE – The Village of Greene’s business district came to life Wednesday night as hundreds of people gathered to celebrate the centennial of The Sherwood Inn and enjoy an art walk through the village, thanks to a partnership with the Arts Council of Greene.



Live entertainment was provided on the front porch of The Sherwood by The Fabulous Moonlighters, a 16 piece big band.

The grand re-opening of The Sherwood is set for late June, yet the centennial celebration allowed for those interested to get a glimpse of the renovations that have taken place since the new owners took over and view some of the hotel's history.

According to Oxford Town and Village Historian Vicky House, George & Peg Marr, of the Greene Historical Society, worked for months on documenting the history of The Sherwood in words and pictures, which were displayed along with a few of the remaining dishes saved from the 1962 fire at the hotel.


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