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Thursday, December 6th 7:00 PM

Woodbury Public Library

Talking about Chocolate!

Chocolatier Pam Dorgan, owner of Plum Brook Chocolate, will give a talk on chocolate and chocolate makings at the WPL. At the talk, participants will learn how Pam got started with making chocolate, what makes fine chocolate, and how chocolate is made.

Participants will also be part of a chocolate tasting, a few solids of different percentages will be passed around and discussed. 

​Please register!


 


Wednesday, October 31st 

6:00 - 7:30 PM

The Hollow Park

The Town of Woodbury has chosen resident David Bibbey to be its first Poet Lareate! Mr. Bibbey is an Emmy Award winning Multi Media Journalist, Broadcast TV Producer, Host and Emcee. 

Spend an afternoon of amusing conversation and poetry at the library on

Saturday, December 8th at 2:00 PM.

 


Annual Woodbury Senior Center Holiday Party!

​Connect with us!

Saturday, December 8th at 2:00 PM

Woodbury Library

Be LESS stressed!

Learn tips for winter safety, and learn how to help friends who struggle during the holidays. 

For more information, call 203-263-2828.

 


Building behind the

Woodbury Public Library

Meet Woodbury's New Poet Laureate

Have a Jazzy Holiday with the Pierce Campbell Trio

Oil and Water, a group show of oils and watercolors is on display at the Woodbury Public Library, December 1 - 30th. In 2012, Diana "Nanny" Swoyer joined her friends, Kit Sagendorf, Maryellen Furse, Jan Grody, and Nancy Pistone, in a spring painting class. Over the next few years, Hitchy Rhailly, Carol O'Toole, Jean O'Reilly and Sandy Dolinsky joined in. They have been painting, rain or shine, ever since. The group gave themselves the name Oil and Water because they paint in both media. The phrase often interpreted as "conflicted" as it's the opposite of what they are. The mutual celebration of each artist's talents is what the group is all about.

Friday, December 14th at 12:00 - 1:00 PM

Woodbury Senior Center

Thursday, December 6th at 7:00 PM

Woodbury Senior Center

The Friends of the Woodbury Library have expanded the hours of the Book Cellar which raises funds for the Library's programs and other needs. It is located next to the Woodbury Police Department and directly behind the Library.

The Woodbury Ukulele Band will have their next meetup on Thursday, December 6th at 7:00 PM in the Woodbury Community Center. New members of all ages, are always welcome! FUN with four strings and friends!

For more information, please call 203-263-2828

 


Come trick or treat at various trunks set up and decorated at Hollow Park.

It's a safe alternative to house-to-house trick or treating. 
TRUNKERS: Bring your car to Hollow Park on Halloween night. Park your car, open your DECORATED trunk, sit out on your lawn chairs and watch the children trick or treat from

car to car while you hand out candy to all of the trick or treaters! 
There will be prizes for Best Decorated trunk!
Register your trunk here!
TREATERS: Admission: Bring a non-perishable food item for the Food Bank and a bag of candy for the Trunkers. 




Woodbury Ukulele Band Meetup!

Saturday, December 15th at 2:00 PM

Woodbury Library

W.O.W.

Book Cellar Hours Expanded!

Keeping the HAPPY in Happy Holidays

Come celebrate with us!

Featuring entertainment by Steven Kazlauskas' "Echoes of Sinatra". 

Join us for an afternoon of food, fun and friendship.


Please call to RSVP at 203-263-2828. 

 


Saturday, December 21st at 2:00 PM

Woodbury Senior Center

The Pierce Campbell Jazz Trio performs classic holiday songs for the Christmas season from artists like Duke Ellington, Frank Sinatra, Jose Feliciano, Tony Bennett and the Peanuts gang at the Woodbury Library. This concert is made possible from memorial donations in memory of Woodbury Library patron Sue Patrick, and in keeping with her tradition for sharing exquisite holiday cookies; coffee and home baked cookies will be served. "A Jazzy Holiday" is guaranteed to have you smiling and singing along! Space is limited. Please register!

 

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