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Stout Alum Produces Woodstock Doc

Ben Rueter

What started as just another concert soon became a pop culture phenomenon. It’s probably “the” concert and if you haven’t figured it out yet, we’re talking about Woodstock 1969. A UW-Stout alum was there. “The fact that I went to Woodstock made me a minor celebrity, very minor,” Joe Nolan said. Years later, Nolan decided to put some of his Woodstock memories on film. The documentary titled A Woodstock Memoir features Woodstock’s significance in music, culture, politics and a brief cameo of UW-Stout’s Clock Tower. Nolan said Woodstock is history but the event invokes feelings that are still relatable today. “People still have the same desires and the need to belong to something,” Nolan said. Nolan credits his education at Stout towards helping him compile his memories of Woodstock on film. The doc is available on DVD via his website woodstockmemoir.com.

Lasker Jewelers
Lasker Jewelers

Pulling Together Partners

The following organizations are currently supporting Volume One’s work in the community during the pandemic:

Lasker Jewelers

L.E. Phillips Memorial Public Library, Eau Claire

Downtown Eau Claire Inc DECI

University of Wisconsin Eau Claire

Pablo Group

Wisconsin Independent Network

Middle West Management

Bon Iver

Royal Credit Union

Silver Spring

Evergreen Surgical

Charter Bank

Chippewa Valley Technical College

The Murty Henriksen Family

The Larry and Marie Past Family

The Dan and Kerry Kincaid Family

Anton and Rae Schilling-Smets

Brady and Jeanne Foust

If your organization is interested in supporting Volume One during this difficult time, nick@volumeone.orgcontact us.