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Tuesday, September 18

6:30 PM

Glebe House Museum

The 11th Annual "Walk Supporting Addiction Recovery" kicks off networking, resources, live music and more at 5:30pm, with The Walk beginning at 6:30pm on Main Street South in Woodbury with a stop at the halfway point at a memorial set up for the now 32 loved ones lost to overdose from the towns of Woodbury and Bethlehem. Upon returning to The Hollow, an emotional candlelight vigil will be held to support the fighters, admire the survivors, honor the taken and encourage those in the struggle of addiction to never ever give up HOPE. There will be a variety of resources available at the Hollow for those looking for information on addiction as well.

Friday, September 7

5:30 PM

Hollow Park (43 Hollow Road, Woodbury)

What's On Now

Enjoy a FREE pizza dinner, provided by The Lutheran Home of Southbury before our screening of The Leisure Seeker  starring Helen Mirren and Donald Sutherland as a runaway couple going on an unforgettable journey in the faithful old RV they call The Leisure Seeker, travelling from Boston to The Ernest Hemingway Home in Key West. They recapture their passion for life and their love for each other on a road trip that provides revelation and surprise right up to the very end. Sign Up is a MUST and we will need to know if you're coming by September 13th. Also, please let us know if you're a Woodbury resident in need of the senior bus for transportation to and from the movie.

Cookbook Club: Busy Family Night

​Thursday, September 20

4:30 PM

Woodbury Senior Community Center

Friday, September 14

4:00 - 7:30 PM

Hollow Park (43 Hollow Road, Woodbury)

Free Movie Friday

Passport in Place

Monday, September 17

2:30 PM

Woodbury Senior Community Center

The Woodbury Public Library is hosting "Teens Take Charge" an empowerment program for girls in grades 6, 7, and 8.  The program starts on Wednesday September 19, 2:30 - 4:00 and runs for eight weeks.  Focusing on energizing and empowering topics such as dreams & goals, choices & consequences, bullying, peer pressure and more, the after school program is facilitated by Jessica Mulligan, Education Coordinator for Carolyn's Place.  The secular program offers girls a chance to interact and discuss topics relevant to them.  The program is free and includes snacks, games and crafts and registration is required.  To register, visit the library's website at www.woodburylibraryct.org or contact the Woodbury Library at 203-263-3502 for more information.

Teens Take Charge

​Thursday, September 27

7:00 PM

Woodbury Public Library

The Woodbury Ukulele Band

​Friday, September 28

6:30 PM

Woodbury Senior Community Center

You're invited to a "pig" roast sponsored by the Woodbury Resident Trooper's Office and ASAP (Advocates for Substance Abuse Prevention). This free evening of food and fun is a great way to celebrate the end of summer and coming fall!

Come join Amelia as she teachers (and refreshes!) the art of knitting and crocheting.

Hosted by Hartford Hospital graduate nurses. "Though we don't like to think about it, a change in health or an accident can happen to any of us. That's why it's important for all of us, regardless of age or health, to have a plan that documents our health care wishes in case we become unable to make important treatment decisions, or communicate choices. Five Wishes is changing the way we talk about advance care planning by focusing on what matters most to you", including your health, legal representatives, what is most important to you, any faith or religious practices you wish to be observed, and what you want people you love to know about you. Call 203-263-2828 to reserve your seat at this important program.

Fire Cider Event with the Grounded Goodwife

Friday, September 7

11:30 AM - 12:30 PM

Woodbury Senior Community Center

Some of the most interesting and important things in history are omitted because they're taboo.  The Not-So-Golden Life of the Gilded Age Wife is "herstory" unsanitized. Herstory helps us understand each other by honoring our foremothers' journeys. This presentation isn't about spinning wheels, quilting bees, bustles, or butlers - audiences will laugh and grimace about the little-known issues faced by women of America's Gilded Age. Perhaps women need to be reminded of how far we've come in order to see how far we still can go.  Join the Grounded Goodwife team at the Woodbury Public Library on Thursday, September 27 at 7:00 pm and go back in time to see how much has changed for present day women.  The program is sponsored by the Friends of the Library and is open to all, however space is limited and registration is required. Register at www.woodburylibraryct.org or 203-263-3502.

What's On

in Woodbury

Pig Roast

​Thursday, September 27

1:00 PM

Woodbury Senior Community Center

Begins Wednesday, September 19

2:30 - 4:00 PM

Woodbury Public Library

September's Cookbook Club features cookbooks by Giada De Laurentiis. In her hit Food Network show Everyday Italian, Giada De Laurentiis shows you how to cook delicious, beautiful food in a flash. Create fabulous dinners for friends or just for the kids, with a minimum of fuss and a maximum of flavor.

Five Wishes & Advance Directives

Bring a blanket, a pillow, wear your pjs, and come enjoy the movie! 

As always there is no admission but a suggested donation of a non perishable food item

or toiletry to assist the Woodbury Food Bank would be appreciated!

Knitting & Crocheting with Amelia

Join the Woodbury Library at the historic Glebe House for a bit of Woodbury history and lore, and a fire cider presentation by Woodbury's own Grounded Goodwife.  Following a the Grounded Goodwife's presentation, the group will have a chance to make their own Fire Cider to take home, tour the beautiful Glebe House and learn what resources, from local history to homeopathy, can be found at the Library.  It's a wonderful combination of three great Woodbury resources!  Space is limited, register at www.woodburylibraryct.org 

The Not-So-Golden Life of the Gilded Age Wife 

Walk Supporting Addiction Recovery

Passport in Place is a riveting and experiential journey for seniors developed by Lia Jill Levitt (Ain't She Sweet) to experience the world through storytelling. Travel virtually everywhere from a safari in South Africa to a lovo (underground BBQ) in Fiji, to temples in South Korea. There is something for everyone to enjoy and experience. This program is one hour with a slideshow of stunning destinations and photographs which enhance the unique stories. This talk is co-sponsored by our friend Dana Christos of River Glen, snacks will be provided as well. Sign up by calling 203-263-2828.


Wednesday, September 19

3:00 PM

Woodbury Public Library

Friday, September 21

2:00 PM

Woodbury Senior Community Center

Friday, September 21

7:00 PM

Woodbury Senior Community Center

Woodbury Senior Center is starting an intergenerational community ukulele band! Want to join the fun? You don't have to be a senior-all ages are welcome. The only pre-requisite is a desire to have fun, learn to play the ukulele, and a good send of humor. Come to one of the demo sessions (with or without a uke)!

Want to try before you buy a ukulele? You can check a ukulele out at the Woodbury Public Library with your library card!
Woodbury Ukulele Band's first meetup will be at the Woodbury Senior Community Center on Friday, October 5 at 7 p.m. Monthly meetings going forward to be determined by the group.
Questions? Call Loryn Ray at the Woodbury Senior Community Center at 203-263-2828 or visit the website at www.woodburyukes.org. The Woodbury Ukulele Band is made possible through a grant from the Woodbury Bethlehem Community Music Foundation.

Pizza & A Movie!

Thursday, September 13
7:00 PM

Woodbury Senior Community Center