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Those were the days

 

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The Peanut Farm was located on Canada Road at the entrance to the Glens subdivision, and was one of Woodside's most popular "watering holes" until 1989. The "Farm" featured peanut shells thrown on a wooden plank floor, which did not stop dancing at the popular club. The Peanut Farm has since been converted to a private residence. Photo courtesy Woodside Historical Association.

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