What's On Now

Friday, March 29th at 6:30 PM

Woodbury Senior/Community Center

Saturday, March 16th at 2:00 PM

Woodbury Library

Thursday, March 14th at 7:00 PM

Woodbury Senior/Community Center

Join quilter and owner of the Running Stitch Quilt Shoppe, Helga Lavan for an introduction to paper piercing, a technique that you build on to create the sharp lines of a quilt block. 

There are many techniques that the art of quilting utilizes and paper-piercing is one. 

Helga will demonstrate how to construct a quilt block using a template that is printed on a paper foundation. 

If you'd like to learn more about quilting, or to give paper piercing a try, please join us.  

Please register for the program.        

FREE Pizza & a Movie for our Seniors!

Tuesday, March 12th at 7:00 PM

Woodbury Library

The Fundamentals of Paper Piercing to Make a Quilt Block

Tuesday, March 19th at 2:30 PM

Woodbury Senior Center

Come enjoy a delicious pizza lunch (generously provided by the Lutheran Home in Southbury) and a movie! 

You must preregister for this program to ensure that we have enough pizza and space for everyone. If you are a Woodbury resident and also need a ride, you must also request transportation with the Senior Bus. Please call 203-263-2828.

This month, our movie is The Wife with Glenn Close and Jonathan Price.

Katharine Hepburn: From Hartford to Hollywood

With a stage and film career that spanned six decades, Katharine Hepburn is an American icon. Born and raised in Connecticut, Hepburn had a career in stage, film and television that reflected the changing role of women in American society. Challenging the norms of the day, she took control of her image and identity by establishing a unique sense of style which influenced countless women, fashion designers, and the informal, elegant approach to American style that continues to resonate today. Join the CT Historical Society at a program that tells the story of her life-long ties to Connecticut and offers a complete picture of how Hepburn became the woman and the star she was.  This program is sponsored by the Friends of the Library, and it requires registration.

Please contact the library at 203-263-3502 for more information or to reserve your spot.

Irish Balladeers, The Kerry Boys Perform!


Thursday, March 28th 7:00 PM

Woodbury Library

Friday, March 1st at 7:00 PM

Woodbury Senior/Community Center

Thursday, March 21st 4:30 - 7:00 PM

Woodbury Senior Center

Launching 7 sessions on Brain Fitness with detailed information on each well-researched category known to be effective in maintaining and preserving brain health. The goal for these classes is that participants will learn information from the research presented in order to integrate healthy behavioral changes into their everyday life style. Each session will cover a different area that influences brain health and fitness. Contact the Woodbury Senior Center to register. 203-263-2828.

BI-FIT Brain Fitness Series

Cooking with African Spices with Mumbi Musau and Neema Syovata

Sponsored by ASAP (Advocates for Substance Abuse Prevention) Dr. Ruth Potee, a board certified Family Physician and Addiction Medicine Physician at Valley Medical Group in Greenfield, MA, will give a talk about the teenage brain and the normal risk taking behaviors of the developing brain.  There is also a focus on the impact of marijuana on the adolescent brain acutely and long term.  Registration is requested for the talk, followed by Q & A with Dr. Potee.

ALL ages are welcome to join us for a Free Movie Friday event at the Woodbury Senior/Community Center. Come in your comfy clothes, bring a snack, blanket or a friend! Enjoy a family movie on us. 

See a preview of this month's showing, Ralph Breaks the Internet here

There is no charge for the movie, but a non-perishable or toiletry item are always appreciated!

In this workshop, participants will explore a popular spiced rice dish from Kenya, Pilau. Participants will watch a PowerPoint presentation that shows how various spices are utilized to create a signature blend that is characteristic of the dish, followed by a demonstration that will show how to cook the rice with the spice mix. Samples of the dish will be available for sampling.  

Pilau is also a great dish also for people with the usual dietary restrictions.

Cookbook Club - Yotam Ottolenghi

VITAS Healthcare is offering a free, six-week bereavement support group. The group explores the grief process through a variety of techniques while supporting each member individually in this safe, supportive environment. Past participants have remarked on the positive healing effect the sessions have had on them.

Please extend this invitation to other family members or grieving friends who may  be interested. There is no cost, but space is limited, so please call early to register. Please RSVP to Marie Sumsi, LCSW at 203-437-3111 



​Connect with us!

An Introduction to the Harmonica (in 2 parts) by John Wick

School Budget Q & A Session for Seniors

Celebrate the luck of the Irish with the Woodbury Ukulele Band! 

Come play with us!  This month we are feating Irish folk song, "Whiskey in the Jar" and "Ho Hey" by the Lumineers. Open mic time will be included too!
If you do not own your own uke, you may check one out at the Woodbury Library with your library card. For more information, please check out the WUB website!  


AMP - Aging Mastery Program® NEW SESSION!

Join us for a cheerful program celebrating Ireland, Irish chocolate pioneers, lore,

famous Irish authors and poets, the Book of Kells, history of the Claddagh and more. 

Led by Kim Larkin of Kim's Klassic Kreations, participants will sample Irish tea,

Irish bread, Blarney cheese and beautiful Irish designs on chocolate. 

Space is limited, please register for the Friends of the Library sponsored program.

Woodbury Ukulele Band

Thursday, March 14th at 7:00 PM

Woodbury Library

Preregistration is a MUST!

The AMP encourages mastery, developing behaviors across many dimensions that will lead to imporved health, stronger financial security, overall well-being and enrichment in later life. 

By participating in this program, you will:

Get real incentives and rewards for taking small steps that improve your well being, meet new firends, provide support and encouragment to your peers, and become more involved in your community.Limited spots are available. Sign up now!

RSVP to the Woodbury Senior Center at 203-263-2828

New Session launches on Tuesday, March 26th

Woodbury Senior Center

Celtic Chocolate and a Celebration of All Things Irish with Kim Larkin

Fridays, starting March 1st at 10:30 - 11:30 AM

Woodbury Senior Center

Free Movie Friday for March!

A yearly St. Patrick’s Day staple Connecticut’s favorite Irish balladeers, the Kerry Boys, return to the Woodbury Public Library with their signature vocal harmonies and high energy instrumentation. 

Join them for some Celtic fun on Sunday, March 10th at 3:30 pm.  Please note: the Kerry Boys will be playing at the Woodbury Senior/Community Center and not at the Library.  Please arrive no earlier than 3:00 pm. 

Thursday, April 4th at 1:00 - 2:30 PM

Woodbury Senior/Community Center

Craig Harris presents: A History of Bluegrass Music

Journey Through Grief Bereavement Group

The Teenage Brain:Presented by Dr. Ruth Potee

Tuesday, March 19th at 7:00 PM

Woodbury Library

An anonymous donor gave Hohner Special 20 C harmonicas (with free online lessons) to the State Library to share with Connecticut libraries.  The Woodbury Library was the lucky recipient of some of the harmonicas to share with the community.  Woodbury resident, musician and harmonica enthusiast, John Wick will offer a two-part introductory lesson for people aged 12 & up who are interested in learning to play the harmonica.  The lessons also include a FREE Hohner Special 20 harmonica to take home and master!  Please note that space is limited for this program and registration is required for the two part lessons.


WOW's Cook Book Club has been meeting each month to share recipes from a selected cookbook or chef at a potluck style dinner at the Woodbury Senior/Community Center. 

We meet each month on the 2nd Thursday of each month. Books are available at the Woodbury Library now.  

Please register your recipe with Marla at the Woodbury Library, or Loryn at the Woodbury Senior Center. All cooks welcome!

If you have questions for the upcoming Region 14 School Budget, please join us for a Q & A session with Dr. Joseph Olzacki, Superintendent of Schools!

​Please bring your questions. 

Sunday, March 10th at 3:30 PM

at the Woodbury Senior/Community Center

The author/photographer of Bluegrass, Newgrass, Old-time, and Americana Music, Craig Harris has covered roots music for newspapers and magazines for more than four decades. His passion for music, however, goes beyond the written word. A highly respected percussionist, he's appeared in concert and/or on recordings with Rod MacDonald,Jonathan Edwards, Greg Brown, Don White, Melanie, and Rick Danko

(The Band).

Tuesday, March 5th at 7:00 PM

Woodbury Library

​​What's On

in Woodbury

Saturday, March 9th at 11:00 AM - Part 1

Saturday, March 23rd at 11:00 AM - Part 2

Woodbury Library