Although Jenny Brook is a four day festival, a tradition has evolved that includes a pot luck supper and country music barn dance featuring the Clem Hawkins Revival Band. This is always fun and tasty. Here's the link.
The Artists Stage, located behind the main stage and up a small hill, is used for artist workshops and interviews. Interested people can often learn more about their instruments and the people who play them by attending these events.
The Weston Stage, formerly known as the gazebo stage, offers performances by some of the regional and national touring bands also appearing on the main stage at other times. Also, look for a highlighted dramatic performance called the Life and Times of Carter Stanley being offered on Friday afternoon.
The Sugar House Stage allows interested musicians the chance to play with some of the top bands at the festival in an after hours jam setting. This has become a highlight of the festival for many people.
The Jenny Brook University, offers instrument instruction in small groups for interested novice musicians taught by well known New England musicians. Often, private lessons can be arranged with members of the staff at other opportunities. The University is available at a number of New England festivals. Scheduling and other information is available at the link.
The Kids Fun Zone offers a number of activities in the daytime and evening for children to enjoy wholesome entertainment together while freeing their parents for a few hours of listening to music, jamming, or resting.
You can find Ticketing Information Here and Camping Information Here.
The Jenny Brook Web Site also contains a Frequently Asked Questions section, Rules & Etiquette and much more. I urge you to spend some time there to make yourself thoroughly aware of how this festival works.