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Woodbury Library
269 Main Street South
Woodbury, CT 06798


203-263-3502

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Saturday October 19, 2019
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The Bear Reality with Felicia Ortner
1:00 PM

 

Join Felicia Ortner, a Connecticut Master Wildlife Conservationist and bear enthusiast, as she provides education about bears and helps dispel misunderstandings in her program about black bears. Ortner, who has been involved in bear research in Connecticut for 25 years, will describe the resurgence of this remarkable survivor that was once extinct in the state but is now rapidly increasing. 

 

CONTACT:  Woodbury Library  203-263-3502  
There are 28 spaces available.
 
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Graphic Novel Book Club
2:00 PM

Read the graphic novel Science Comics: DOGS
Copies will be available to check out. 
Then join Mrs. K  to discuss the book, answer dog trivia, and enjoy dog themed activities. 

Grades 2-5

CONTACT:  Woodbury Public Library  203.263.3502  
LOCATION: Children's Department
There are many spaces available.
 
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Creepy Painting with Kate
3:00 PM

 Join Kate Gorham of the Golden Button Art Studio and create creepy paintings just in time for Halloween.  All the materials you need will be available to create your spooky work of art are supplied. 

 

Teen programs are for grades 6-12 only.  Sponsored by the Friends of the Library.  
Tuesday October 22, 2019
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The Secrets of the Apps with Officer Rich Marsh
7:00 PM

 Officer Rich Marsh has been an officer with the Woodbury Resident Trooper Office for over 12 years and he has served as a 5th Grade DARE program instructor for more than 10 years.  During his time as an officer, Officer Marsh has conducted several large scale investigations involving cellular phones and the apps that people use for nefarious reasons to include drug sales transactions, harassment, bullying, and threatening complaints.  The Secrets of the Apps program was created after an incident occurred at the Middle School involving several children and the SnapChat app.   After the incident was investigated, it was apparent that many parents were not fully aware of the dangers of this particular application, and many of those same parents wanted to be educated about the dangers of this and many other apps that are available to kids.  The program was created to give parents the information and resources that they need to make smart decisions about their child's cellular phone use.  The program has already been given 3 times in this town and is only growing in popularity.  It has been called eye-opening informative, and a must see presentation by parents who have attended.  The program is not only for parents, but also grandparents or anyone else caring for school-aged children.

 

CONTACT:  Woodbury Library  203-263-3502  
There are 41 spaces available.
 
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Bedtime Bingo
7:00 PM - 7:45 PM

  Play BINGO for small prizes and candy.
  All ages welcome. PJs welcome :)

  Drop in or register for an email reminder.

CONTACT:  Woodbury Public Library  203.263.3502  
LOCATION: Children's Department
Wednesday October 23, 2019
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What Do You See? a colorful storytime
10:30 AM

  Join us for an 8 week storytime featuring Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?

  Each week we will read books and do a craft featuring a different color.
  Each week please wear or bring something that is the color of the week.

  Register once for all 8 weeks.Ages 2 1/2 and up.

  This week the color is WHITE.

CONTACT:  Woodbury Public Library  203.263.3502  
LOCATION: Children's Department
 
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Internet Safety with Ron Fairchild
11:00 AM

 

The risk of identity theft has the potential for extreme ramifications, including loss of personal finances. Our world today is more connected than ever. This connectivity has increased convenience, but it has been at the expense of safety and privacy.  Join Reference and Technology Librarian Ron Fairchild for an informative presentation on what these vulnerabilities are, how they can affect you, and steps you can take to reduce your risk of being compromised in this hacker's world. 

 

CONTACT:  Woodbury Library  203-263-3502  
There are 18 spaces available.
Thursday October 24, 2019
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Technology Training
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

 Join Michael Huhn Thursday afternoons for help with your tablet, laptop, e-reader, smartphone or other device.  Michael is in the Region 14 Transitional Academy and is a very knowledgeable techie.

CONTACT:  Woodbury Library  203-263-3502  
There are 4 spaces available.
 
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Girls Who Code
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM

 Grades 5 - 12.  

WHAT IS A GIRLS WHO CODE CLUB? Girls Who Code Clubs are meant for girls to join our sisterhood of supportive peers and role models, and use Computer Science to change the world. When you join a Club,  you will be able to learn from fun and simple online coding tutorials, build community through interactive activities, and learn about inspiring role models. You then work in teams to design and build a Girls Who Code  Project that solves real world problems you care about through code! 

 

WHAT WILL I LEARN? Our middle and high school Clubs encourage you to impact your community in a positive way through code. In order to build the skills you need to make an impact, you will learn how to code  from our fun online tutorials and activities that will help you build animations, games, apps, and other things that you dream up! We have tutorials in Scratch, Python, HTML/CSS, JavaScript, and in a block-based app development language called Thunkable. 

 

CAN I JOIN? Yes! Whether you’re a beginner or a computer master, you’re invited to join the movement! 

 

Signup opens October 1st.  Please register! 

CONTACT:  Woodbury Library  203-263-3502  
 
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Internet Safety with Ron Fairchild
7:00 PM

 

The risk of identity theft has the potential for extreme ramifications, including loss of personal finances.Our world today is more connected than ever. This connectivity has increased convenience, but it has been at the expense of safety and privacy.  Join Reference and Technology Librarian Ron Fairchild for an informative presentation on what these vulnerabilities are, how they can affect you, and steps you can take to reduce your risk of being compromised in this hacker's world. 

 

CONTACT:  Woodbury Library  203-263-3502  
There are 24 spaces available.
Saturday October 26, 2019
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Global Warming and the Future with Mike Cohen
2:00 PM

Join Mike Cohen of 350 CT (350CT.org), the Connecticut branch of a global public advocacy group that promotes awareness of critical issues related to global warming and climate change, as he presents Global Warming and the Future We Choose. The Powerpoint presentation reviews the science of global warming and its consequences, followed by a question and answer period. The program also describes what we can do to prevents the worst of these consequences from happening. Join the discussion. 

 

CONTACT:  Woodbury Library  203-263-3502  
There are 45 spaces available.
 
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Teen Program: DIY Wall Decor - Arrows
3:00 PM

 Paint/collage/embellish small wooden arrows and create the perfect decor feature for  your room.  

All materials supplied.  Grades 6 -12, don't forget to register!

CONTACT:  Woodbury Library  203-263-3502  
There are 2 spaces available.
Tuesday October 29, 2019
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The Nature of Mindful Living and Eating with Marlow Shami
7:00 PM

Join Marlow Shami, MS, as she presents her new nature based healing program at the library. Shami's presentation focuses on the food of life, found not only on our plates but also within five integral life areas. Sustenance is found within the quality of our rest, companionship, novelty, exercise, and outdoor nature time too. 

Whether you are seeking a healthier weight, new friendship, strugging with depression, contending with a bully at work, or simply a wish to be outside more often, the obstacles preventing one from experiencing the change sought are found in the moment. Teh Nature of Mindful Eating and Living program is designed to provide the experience, information, and inspiration to help deepen participants' understanding and awareness of the challenges and benefits of cultivating mindfulness of the five food groups in daily life. 

 

CONTACT:  Woodbury Library  203-263-3502  
There are 31 spaces available.
Wednesday October 30, 2019
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Book Chat
10:00 AM

 Drop in and join us on the last Wednesday of the month as we talk books over coffee and sweet treats. Be the first to find out everything that is new and not to miss at the Woodbury Public Library. It's an enjoyable start to the day! 

Refreshments sponsored by the Friends of the Library. 

CONTACT:  Woodbury Library  203-263-3502  
 
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What Do You See? a colorful storytime
10:30 AM

  Join us for an 8 week storytime featuring Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?

  Each week we will read books and do a craft featuring a different color.
  Each week please wear or bring something that is the color of the week.

  Register once for all 8 weeks. Ages 2 1/2 and up.

  This week the color is BLACK & GOLD. Wear your Halloween costume.

 

CONTACT:  Woodbury Public Library  203.263.3502  
LOCATION: Children's Department
Friday November 1, 2019
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Featured Artist - Ron Crowcroft

 Artist Ron Crowcroft displays Reverse Glass Paintings in our Gallery from November 1 – 30, with an opening reception on Saturday, November 2 from 2:00 – 4:00 pm.

Examples of Reverse Glass Painting, or Hinterglasbilder, have been known since the late 14th century. Used mostly at that time in the decorative arts and by goldsmiths, it was also used by fine artists, as well as by amateur and folk artists. While the paint is applied to one surface of the glass, it is then viewed from the other side.

Ron Crowcroft is an English artist who works in a wide variety of media, including painting, drawing, sculpture, photography, performance art, conceptual art, video, experimental electronic music, poetry, and humor.

Ron has a degree in Fine Art from Leeds Polytechnic, in England, in 1976, which was at that time the most avant-garde art school in Europe, and the center for performance art in England. His photographs from that time are now on permanent display at the new Leeds University arts building, as part of a multi-media commission, THIN AIR, by Paul Rooney.

CONTACT:  Woodbury Library  203-263-3502  
Saturday November 2, 2019
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WOW Bus Trip to NYC
8:00 AM
Join WOW (What's On in Woodbury: the Library, Senior Community Center & Parks and Rec combined programming) for a day in NYC!  Adults and families can enjoy a day in New York City by boarding a bus to and from Woodbury! 


The chartered bus (with restroom) will leave the Woodbury/Senior Community Center by 8:00 AM, and once in the city, you enjoy what you want to do!
Meet up at the World Trade Center by 6:00 PM to board the bus to return to Woodbury at approximately 8:30 PM.

Adults 18+, $40 each. Family (2 adults and 2 children) $100
Additional children - $20 each. PLEASE, no unaccompanied children.

REGISTER ON WOODBURY PARKS & REC WEBSITE!

 
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Artist Reception - Ron Crowcroft
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Artist Reception for Ron Crowcroft today from 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM!

Artist Ron Crowcroft will have his Reverse Glass Paintings on display from November 1 – 30.

Examples of Reverse Glass Painting, or Hinterglasbilder, have been known since the late 14th century. Used mostly at that time in the decorative arts and by goldsmiths, it was also used by fine artists, as well as by amateur and folk artists. While the paint is applied to one surface of the glass, it is then viewed from the other side.

Ron Crowcroft is an English artist who works in a wide variety of media, including painting, drawing, sculpture, photography, performance art, conceptual art, video, experimental electronic music, poetry, and humor.

Ron has a degree in Fine Art from Leeds Polytechnic, in England, in 1976, which was at that time the most avant-garde art school in Europe, and the center for performance art in England. His photographs from that time are now on permanent display at the new Leeds University arts building, as part of a multi-media commission, THIN AIR, by Paul Rooney.

 

CONTACT:  Woodbury Library  203-263-3502  
Monday November 4, 2019
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Homeschool Connect
2:00 PM

   Join us for a monthly activity for you and your homeschooled child,
   ages 5 and up. 

   This month after reading the Marshmallow Incident we will build catapults. After testing our catapults, there will be a chance to improve the catapults, before our shooting skills are put to the test. 
 

LOCATION: Children's Department
There are many spaces available.
 
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National Candy Bar Day
3:30 PM - 4:30 PM
National Candy Day is observed annually on November 4th. 
It was in the late 13th century that the Middle English word candy began to be used, coming into English from the Old French cucre candi, derived in turn from Persian Qand and Qandi, cane sugar. 
Drop into the Teen Department and re-wrap candy bars with a new wrapper of your own design.  Drop in, grades 6 & up.  One candy bar per person, please, while supplies last!
Sponsored by the Friends of the Library
Tuesday November 5, 2019
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Storyteller Carol Birch
7:00 PM
Award winning storyteller Carol Birch comes to the Woodbury Public Library to tell  "Passing Through the Heartland: the Story of North Platte Canteen".  The tale, an all but forgotten footnote of the Second World War, is brought to life in an dynamic fashion just in time for Veteran's Day.  War was fought overseas and yet Americans did their part here at home along with the soldiers who risked "flying into the wild blue yonder".  This story is history brought to life.  Known for a compelling blend of energy, warmth, vulnerability, and directness, Carol restores orality and spontaneity to the fixed silence of stories found in print, but as a third-grader in North Carolina pointed out: "She knows that story 'cause she was there!"

In 1998 Carol Birch received the National Storytelling Network's Circle of Excellence Award given to storytellers recognized as master tellers by their peers, setting standards for excellence, and demonstrating a commitment and dedication to the art over a significant period of time. 

There are 50 spaces available.
Wednesday November 6, 2019
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As the Page Turns Book Discussion Group
2:30 PM

Join Sue & Marla to discuss contemporary fiction (with a smattering of non-fiction here and there!) on the first Wednesday afternoon of the month. November's read is "The Bad-Ass Librarians of Timbuktu and Their Race to Save the World's Most Precious Manuscripts" by Joshua Hammer.  To save ancient Arabic texts from Al Qaeda, a band of librarians pulls off a brazen heist worthy of Ocean’s Eleven in this “fast-paced narrative that is…part intellectual history, part geopolitical tract, and part out-and-out thriller” (The Washington Post). 

Coffee & snacks are provided; the book group is sponsored by the Friends of the Library.

Thursday November 7, 2019
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Chess Club
4:00 PM - 4:45 PM

 No experience necessary.
 Open to all level players in grade 3-6 that want to improve their game.

 Registration online for an email reminder or drop in.

 

CONTACT:  Woodbury Public Library  203.263.3502  
LOCATION: Children's Department
There are many spaces available.
 
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Girls Who Code
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM

 Grades 5 - 12.  

WHAT IS A GIRLS WHO CODE CLUB? Girls Who Code Clubs are meant for girls to join our sisterhood of supportive peers and role models, and use Computer Science to change the world. When you join a Club,  you will be able to learn from fun and simple online coding tutorials, build community through interactive activities, and learn about inspiring role models. You then work in teams to design and build a Girls Who Code  Project that solves real world problems you care about through code! 

WHAT WILL I LEARN? Our middle and high school Clubs encourage you to impact your community in a positive way through code. In order to build the skills you need to make an impact, you will learn how to code  from our fun online tutorials and activities that will help you build animations, games, apps, and other things that you dream up! We have tutorials in Scratch, Python, HTML/CSS, JavaScript, and in a block-based app development language called Thunkable. 

CAN I JOIN? Yes! Whether you’re a beginner or a computer master, you’re invited to join the movement! 

Please register! 

There are 20 spaces available.
Saturday November 9, 2019
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Lunch Bunch - Veggie Soup
11:00 AM

   Children ages 4 and up are invited to join us for a story as we munch on veggie soup.

   Space is limited, please register.

   Please consider bring a favorite non-perishable item for the Woodbury Food Bank.

CONTACT:  Woodbury Public Library  203.263.3502  
LOCATION: Children's Department
There are 3 spaces available.
 
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Teen Book Discussion & Crafty Fun
11:00 AM
 
Pick up a copy of Raina Telgemeier's books Smile or Sisters to read and discuss before the program date.  Then, meet up and make a fun craft while we discuss what you love about these books.  Snacks included!  
Participants will also receive a free copy of Raina's newest book, Guts to take home at the end of the program. 
Grades 6 - 8; Sponsored by the Friends of the Library. 
There are 10 spaces available.
 
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Holiday Harvest with Kim Larkin
2:00 PM
 Are you looking for new inspiration this holiday season?  Join Kim Larkin of Klassic Kreations as she celebrates creating the perfect the holiday table with a focus on healthful delicious recipes, cheese board ideas and easy entertaining ideas. Dark chocolate dipped dried apricots, dark bark, fun virgin beverages and more highlight this fun, informative and delicious program.
There are 40 spaces available.
Tuesday November 12, 2019
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Bibliocrafts: Book Page Ornaments
7:00 PM
Create beautiful Christmas balls from old book pages & vintage images of your choice.  Make your holiday tree a more festive one with a handmade ornament.
All materials are included in this fun art program for adults.
Thursday November 14, 2019
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Read to Lola
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM

Practice reading aloud to Lola
 a trained and certified therapy dog.

She loves listening to stories!

Choose a 10 minute slot for your child.
Bring a book or use one of ours.

 

CONTACT:  Woodbury Public Library  203.263.3502  
LOCATION: Children's Department
There are many spaces available.
 
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Take a Trip to the Galapagos with Don Giroux
7:00 PM
After much reading and his own trip to the Galapagos in 2015, Don Giroux is giving a talk on these iconic islands.  Brought to the world's attention by Charles Darwin after his visit in 1835 they have become a laboratory for the study of evolution and all its contingencies.  Whether it's the finches that Darwin made famous, the blue footed boobies or the massive tortoises, the islands' flora and fauna captured Darwin's imagination and scientists ever since.  For Don it was a personal journey that he has chosen to share.   Don is a former high school history and English teacher.  At the Woodbury Library he has conducted the Great Decisions Series on International Affairs for the past eight years.
There are 49 spaces available.
Saturday November 16, 2019
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Graphic Novel Book Club
2:00 PM

Read the graphic novel Science Comics: ROBERTS & DRONES
Copies will be available to check out. 
Then join Mrs. K  to discuss the book, answer robot trivia, and enjoy drone themed activities. 

Grades 2-5

CONTACT:  Woodbury Public Library  203.263.3502  
LOCATION: Children's Department
There are many spaces available.
 
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Hands-On Pasta Making for Teens
2:00 PM
Pasta doesn't have to come from a box!
Learn how to make homemade ravioli with Registered Dietitian, Katie Shepherd: you'll start from scratch by making your own pasta dough, then knead, roll and fill with a delicious cheesy filling. 
Come hungry, because its going to be delicious! 
Recipe will be nut free, but contains dairy and eggs.
Space is limited for this program for grades 6-12!
Sponsored by the Friends of the Library
There are 15 spaces available.
Monday November 18, 2019
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Rhythm & Rhyme
10:30 AM

   Join us for songs, finger plays, stories and movement. For children ages birth - 2 1/2 and a caregiver.

Register once for all 4 weeks. No class on Nov 25.

 

CONTACT:  Woodbury Public Library  203.263.3502  
LOCATION: Children's Department
There are many spaces available.
Tuesday November 19, 2019
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Preparing for Medicare Open Enrollment Informational Presentation
6:30 PM

Are you thinking about enrolling into the Medicare program? Do you have questions about Open Enrollment? Darylle Willenbrock from the Western CT Area Agency on Aging will conduct a presentation on preparing for Medicare Open Enrollment 2019. The presentation will focus on what changes beneficiaries can make during the open enrollment period as well as provide an update on any changes that will be taking place in 2020 regarding Medicare benefits. 

 

CONTACT:  Woodbury Library  203-263-3502  
There are 40 spaces available.
Wednesday November 20, 2019
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Thanksgiving Storytime
10:30 AM

  Join us for Thanksgiving stories, songs and crafts.

  For ages 2 1/2  and up.

CONTACT:  Woodbury Public Library  203.263.3502  
LOCATION: Children's Department
There are many spaces available.
Thursday November 21, 2019
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Teen Advisory Board
4:00 PM

If you are in grades 9-12 join Woodbury's TAB and have some input on what goes on in your library.  From programs to decor to collections, your advice is welcomed in the Teen Department! 

Join us - we will be making origami decorations for the teen area in time for the holidays.  

 
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Chess Club
4:00 PM - 4:45 PM

 No experience necessary.
 Open to all level players in grade 3-6 that want to improve their game.

 Registration online for an email reminder or drop in.

 

CONTACT:  Woodbury Public Library  203.263.3502  
LOCATION: Children's Department
 
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Girls Who Code
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM

 Grades 5 - 12.  

WHAT IS A GIRLS WHO CODE CLUB? Girls Who Code Clubs are meant for girls to join our sisterhood of supportive peers and role models, and use Computer Science to change the world. When you join a Club,  you will be able to learn from fun and simple online coding tutorials, build community through interactive activities, and learn about inspiring role models. You then work in teams to design and build a Girls Who Code  Project that solves real world problems you care about through code! 

WHAT WILL I LEARN? Our middle and high school Clubs encourage you to impact your community in a positive way through code. In order to build the skills you need to make an impact, you will learn how to code  from our fun online tutorials and activities that will help you build animations, games, apps, and other things that you dream up! We have tutorials in Scratch, Python, HTML/CSS, JavaScript, and in a block-based app development language called Thunkable. 

CAN I JOIN? Yes! Whether you’re a beginner or a computer master, you’re invited to join the movement! 

Please register! 

There are 20 spaces available.
Saturday November 23, 2019
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'Out of Town Landlord' Book Talk with Eric Judge
11:00 AM

Author Eric Judge will present a PowerPoint presentation highlighting information from his recently published book, Out of Town Landlord.  The presentation challenges long held beliefs about real estate investors owning rental property far from where they live and will provide participants with strategies on how to do it successfully based upon the author's over 10 years' experience of being an out of town landlord. The author will also share stories of his adventures purchasing rental properties in five states during the Great Recession, along with the crazy things that happened to him. The presentation also highlights key tools needed to reduce the traditional disadvantages of being an out of town landlord such as knowing the best areas in which to buy rental property. This idea is relevant now, as it is time for real estate investors to prepare for the next housing recession. When it happens, that is when they need to be brave and make investments in rental properties regardless of whether those opportunities are in their home base or in an   
out-of-town real estate market. Books will be available for purchase.
There are 40 spaces available.
 
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Giving Thanks
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

In partnership with the
Woodbury Junior Women’s Club

Drop in to hear a stories use the photo booth props, enjoy a snack and make a craft.

Children ages 4 and up.

 

CONTACT:  Woodbury Public Library  203.263.3502  
LOCATION: Children's Department
 
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Teen Acting Workshop with Sheri Bresson
2:00 PM - 3:30 PM

 
Rescheduled date!!

Join actress Sheri Bresson at this fun and dynamic class goes far beyond the "normal" acting class. Learn simple, empowering tools which can be applied to any type of performing, as well as public speaking. Students will also leave with a clearer sense of their own creativity and creative goals, and the confidence to manifest them.  

There are 8 spaces available.
Sunday November 24, 2019
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Main Street Ballet presents a Nutcracker Storytime
2:00 PM

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Children of all ages will be entertained and delighted as the story of Clara and her nutcracker doll comes to life.
Dancers from the Main Street Ballet will perform in full costume as Artistic Director, Sibley Morosco, reads the beloved holiday story. 

Children will have the chance to participate and receive a holiday treat. 

The Nutcracker Storytime is free and open to all ages, but seating is first come, first served. 

CONTACT:  Woodbury Public Library  203.263.3502  
LOCATION: Gallery
Tuesday November 26, 2019
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Teen Movie: Smurfs the Lost Village
3:30 PM
Drop in for a movie starring the always amusing Smurfs!  Best friends Smurfette , Brainy, Clumsy and Hefty use a special map that guides them through the Forbidden Forest, an enchanted wonderland that's filled with magical creatures. Their adventure leads them on a course to discover the biggest secret in Smurf history as they race against time and the evil wizard Gargamel 
to find a mysterious village. Blue snacks, too!  Grades 6 & up drop in!
Sponsored by the Friends of the Library
 
 
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Bedtime Bingo
7:00 PM - 7:45 PM

  Play BINGO for small prizes and candy.
  All ages welcome. PJs welcome :)

  Drop in or register for an email reminder.

CONTACT:  Woodbury Public Library  203.263.3502  
LOCATION: Children's Department
Monday December 2, 2019
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Rhythm & Rhyme
10:30 AM

   Join us for songs, finger plays, stories and movement. For children ages birth - 2 1/2 and a caregiver.

Register once for all 4 weeks. No class on Nov 25.

 

CONTACT:  Woodbury Public Library  203.263.3502  
LOCATION: Children's Department
There are many spaces available.
Thursday December 5, 2019
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Chess Club
4:00 PM - 4:45 PM

 No experience necessary.
 Open to all level players in grade 3-6 that want to improve their game.

 Registration online for an email reminder or drop in.

 

CONTACT:  Woodbury Public Library  203.263.3502  
LOCATION: Children's Department
There are many spaces available.
 
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Girls Who Code
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM

 Grades 5 - 12.  

WHAT IS A GIRLS WHO CODE CLUB? Girls Who Code Clubs are meant for girls to join our sisterhood of supportive peers and role models, and use Computer Science to change the world. When you join a Club,  you will be able to learn from fun and simple online coding tutorials, build community through interactive activities, and learn about inspiring role models. You then work in teams to design and build a Girls Who Code  Project that solves real world problems you care about through code! 

WHAT WILL I LEARN? Our middle and high school Clubs encourage you to impact your community in a positive way through code. In order to build the skills you need to make an impact, you will learn how to code  from our fun online tutorials and activities that will help you build animations, games, apps, and other things that you dream up! We have tutorials in Scratch, Python, HTML/CSS, JavaScript, and in a block-based app development language called Thunkable. 

CAN I JOIN? Yes! Whether you’re a beginner or a computer master, you’re invited to join the movement! 

Please register! 

There are 20 spaces available.
Monday December 9, 2019
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Rhythm & Rhyme
10:30 AM

   Join us for songs, finger plays, stories and movement. For children ages birth - 2 1/2 and a caregiver.

Register once for all 4 weeks. No class on Nov 25.

 

CONTACT:  Woodbury Public Library  203.263.3502  
LOCATION: Children's Department
There are many spaces available.
Monday December 16, 2019
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Rhythm & Rhyme
10:30 AM

   Join us for songs, finger plays, stories and movement. For children ages birth - 2 1/2 and a caregiver.

Register once for all 4 weeks. No class on Nov 25.

 

CONTACT:  Woodbury Public Library  203.263.3502  
LOCATION: Children's Department
There are many spaces available.
Thursday December 19, 2019
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Chess Club
4:00 PM - 4:45 PM

 No experience necessary.
 Open to all level players in grade 3-6 that want to improve their game.

 Registration online for an email reminder or drop in.

 

CONTACT:  Woodbury Public Library  203.263.3502  
LOCATION: Children's Department
 
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Girls Who Code
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM

 Grades 5 - 12.  

WHAT IS A GIRLS WHO CODE CLUB? Girls Who Code Clubs are meant for girls to join our sisterhood of supportive peers and role models, and use Computer Science to change the world. When you join a Club,  you will be able to learn from fun and simple online coding tutorials, build community through interactive activities, and learn about inspiring role models. You then work in teams to design and build a Girls Who Code  Project that solves real world problems you care about through code! 

WHAT WILL I LEARN? Our middle and high school Clubs encourage you to impact your community in a positive way through code. In order to build the skills you need to make an impact, you will learn how to code  from our fun online tutorials and activities that will help you build animations, games, apps, and other things that you dream up! We have tutorials in Scratch, Python, HTML/CSS, JavaScript, and in a block-based app development language called Thunkable. 

CAN I JOIN? Yes! Whether you’re a beginner or a computer master, you’re invited to join the movement! 

Please register! 

There are 20 spaces available.
Thursday January 2, 2020
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Chess Club
4:00 PM - 4:45 PM

 No experience necessary.
 Open to all level players in grade 3-6 that want to improve their game.

 Registration online for an email reminder or drop in.

 

CONTACT:  Woodbury Public Library  203.263.3502  
LOCATION: Children's Department
There are many spaces available.
Thursday January 16, 2020
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Chess Club
4:00 PM - 4:45 PM

 No experience necessary.
 Open to all level players in grade 3-6 that want to improve their game.

 Registration online for an email reminder or drop in.

 

CONTACT:  Woodbury Public Library  203.263.3502  
LOCATION: Children's Department
Thursday February 6, 2020
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Chess Club
4:00 PM - 4:45 PM

 No experience necessary.
 Open to all level players in grade 3-6 that want to improve their game.

 Registration online for an email reminder or drop in.

 

CONTACT:  Woodbury Public Library  203.263.3502  
LOCATION: Children's Department
There are many spaces available.
Thursday February 20, 2020
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Chess Club
4:00 PM - 4:45 PM

 No experience necessary.
 Open to all level players in grade 3-6 that want to improve their game.

 Registration online for an email reminder or drop in.

 

CONTACT:  Woodbury Public Library  203.263.3502  
LOCATION: Children's Department
Thursday March 5, 2020
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Chess Club
4:00 PM - 4:45 PM

 No experience necessary.
 Open to all level players in grade 3-6 that want to improve their game.

 Registration online for an email reminder or drop in.

 

CONTACT:  Woodbury Public Library  203.263.3502  
LOCATION: Children's Department
There are many spaces available.
Thursday March 19, 2020
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Chess Club
4:00 PM - 4:45 PM

 No experience necessary.
 Open to all level players in grade 3-6 that want to improve their game.

 Registration online for an email reminder or drop in.

 

CONTACT:  Woodbury Public Library  203.263.3502  
LOCATION: Children's Department
Thursday April 2, 2020
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Chess Club
4:00 PM - 4:45 PM

 No experience necessary.
 Open to all level players in grade 3-6 that want to improve their game.

 Registration online for an email reminder or drop in.

 

CONTACT:  Woodbury Public Library  203.263.3502  
LOCATION: Children's Department
There are many spaces available.
Thursday April 16, 2020
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Chess Club
4:00 PM - 4:45 PM

 No experience necessary.
 Open to all level players in grade 3-6 that want to improve their game.

 Registration online for an email reminder or drop in.

 

CONTACT:  Woodbury Public Library  203.263.3502  
LOCATION: Children's Department
Thursday May 7, 2020
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Chess Club
4:00 PM - 4:45 PM

 No experience necessary.
 Open to all level players in grade 3-6 that want to improve their game.

 Registration online for an email reminder or drop in.

 

CONTACT:  Woodbury Public Library  203.263.3502  
LOCATION: Children's Department
There are many spaces available.
Thursday May 21, 2020
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Chess Club
4:00 PM - 4:45 PM

 No experience necessary.
 Open to all level players in grade 3-6 that want to improve their game.

 Registration online for an email reminder or drop in.

 

CONTACT:  Woodbury Public Library  203.263.3502  
LOCATION: Children's Department
There are many spaces available.
Thursday June 4, 2020
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Chess Club
4:00 PM - 4:45 PM

 No experience necessary.
 Open to all level players in grade 3-6 that want to improve their game.

 Registration online for an email reminder or drop in.

 

CONTACT:  Woodbury Public Library  203.263.3502  
LOCATION: Children's Department
There are many spaces available.

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