Visit the library online calendar for programs for all ages and interests by clicking HERE
Programs for Adults
Learn something new this month!
Registration is required for adult programs.
Too often we allow the stories and narratives that others have of us dictate the way that we live our lives. Jessi is no different. In this discussion, she guides the audience to the realization that we've all given away authorship of our lives at some point, by sharing her own experience of being trapped by the expectations of others. The stories she shares center on her identity as a transwoman who lived in the closet of masculinity into her 40s. 

Register here.

Whether you are a gardener who wants to see more butterflies in your garden, a butterfly enthusiast who wants to bring that passion to the garden, or someone who simply wants to make their garden or yard friendlier to Monarchs or other butterflies, this talk from speaker Jane Hurwitz will provide ideas about protecting the entire life cycle of butterflies that visit our gardens, plant selection, and creative ideas on how to make our yards and gardens an oasis for butterflies and other creatures.

Register here.
June is National Iced Tea Month! Get an introduction to the world of loose-leaf tea from the tea plant to your glass. Learn about different types of teas and brewing methods; how iced tea was invented and its history in America; iced tea traditions from around the world and the healthiest ways to drink your tea iced! Nina Androski is a Brand Ambassador for Tealightful Tea. 

Register here.


Join President of the United States War Dog Association, Chris Willingham, for a presentation which will discuss the history of war dogs and the service they've provided to our military over the years, as well as the various programs there are to support military working dogs. We will also focus on Willingham's experience as a military working dog handler overseas.

Register here.
All WPL patrons age 18+ are invited to stop by the Iselin Branch Library to pick up a rock photo / memo holder kit. We will supply the beads, wire and rock - you supply the creativity!

Share your creation online - tag us with #WPLNJ

Registration is required. Please register here.

For questions or more info please call 732-726-7073.
Kids and Families
Make sure to visit the Main Library or our branches for awesome, FREE children's grab & go and take & make kits!
Check out the WPL Playlists for YouTubes from some of our favorite readers by clicking HERE! To receive an alert to new library programs on YouTube, visit the library YouTube Channel and click on SUBSCRIBE.
Stuff for Teens
We've got a special edition of our Book Boxes for June! Head to any location to pick one up, an this month you get to keep the book!
Want to help make the library better and get some volunteer hours? Submit some book hours! Get 1 hour for every 100 pages you read. Find out more or submit your book reviews here!
Database of the Week!
Westlaw
Westlaw is an online legal research service and proprietary database for lawyers and legal professionals available in over 60 countries. Library visitors access Westlaw in person from the dedicated database terminal located at the Information Services Desk on the second floor of the Main Library.
News from Friends
The Friends of the Library Book Sale has been rescheduled for September 24-26, 2021.

Kindly store books that you intend to donate to WPL until further notice. A generous year of donations has our dedicated Friends at capacity. Thanks to all for your consideration.
Click HERE for information about the benefits of becoming a Friend of Woodbridge Public Library.
More opportunities for
lifelong learning & recreation!
Call the concert hotline at 732-602-6045 for up to the minute information.
Visit one of our locations!
Try our new all-in-one app, WPL on the Go!
Dear Library Friends and Patrons,

WPL welcomes you to visit our libraries in person. Please click HERE for hours by location. At this time the libraries remain on special hours. We will alert everyone in this eNews of a change in hours and library services. We encourage you to continue to monitor Woodbridge Township Health Department news via the Mayor's Code Red announcements and CDC updates to guide your use of library resources and programs. Our homepage, WoodbridgeLibrary.org, is updated regularly as our community services begin to open up.

Here are some updates continuing services:

  • Notary services are available. We recommend calling the branch you would like to visit ahead.
  • Book drops are open 24/7 in the Fords, Henry Inman and Iselin Branch libraries should you wish to make sure the books are returned without entering. We are checking books after a 3-day quarantine, but no fees are during the hold period.
  • Librarians continue to staff a Chat Information service from 10 am - 8 pm, Monday through Thursday and 10 am - 6 pm on Fridays.
  • Library staff members are monitoring the Ask-A-Librarian e-mail service to update library cards and are happy to assist with digital resources.
  • Library staff members are creating and sharing informational and educational social media posts. If you don't follow us yet, this would be a great time to like us on FacebookTwitter or Instagram.
 
Please do not hesitate to click HERE to fill out a survey to let us know if we have been able to provide you with library services while the buildings were closed.
 
On behalf of the Woodbridge Public Library Board and Library Staff, I wish you health and safety, and welcome you to visit the Woodbridge Libraries.
 
Stay well,
 
Monica Eppinger
This e-mail newsletter is a service of Woodbridge Public Library.

Monica F. Eppinger 
Woodbridge, NJ
732-634-4450 x-7099


June 13, 2021