Eagle Scout Hagan Pereira is pictured with Mayor McCormac, Mr. and Mrs. Pereira, Councilman Virubhadra Patel and his sister at Boy Scout Troop 143 Court of Awards Ceremony on Sunday, June 16.

Hagan worked with Woodbridge Township Maintenance Library Buildings Superintendent Brian Burke, his Troop and the Library to design and refresh the library patio and add landscaping around sign on Amboy Avenue in front of the Main Library. The patio is well used by students after school, library programs and the end of the summer celebration.
Iselin Branch Library will have the latest in FIFA Women's World Cup Soccer--visit the branch for the latest info and for summer reading for soccer fans of all ages.
Fords Branch Business Tuesday
Tuesday, July 18, 6:30 PM
Fords Branch Library
Click on the flyer or HERE to register.

Network with a growing group of local business owners who are tackling the topic of matching social media tools with their businesses and non-profits.
News from Friends
Visit the Main Library for your next culture pass, courtesy of the Friends of the Library. Most Museum Passes circulate like a book for five days. Check our new catalog for availability of passes.
Click HERE for information about the benefits of becoming a Friend of Woodbridge Public Library.
The Main Library offers Computer Classes in the Third Floor BEC. Click HERE to view the list and register for upcoming classes.
Apollo 13 (1995)
Friday, June 28, 2:00 PM
Main Library Meeting Room

NASA must devise a strategy to return Apollo 13 to Earth safely after the spacecraft undergoes massive internal damage putting the lives of the three astronauts on board in jeopardy.

PG | 2h 20min | Adventure, Drama, History | 30 June 1995 (USA)

This program is offered with generous support from the Friends of Woodbridge Public Library.


Come make your own awesome galaxy painted mug! We'll be supplying everything. No artistic skill required!

Alternate Fridays, 3:45-4:45pm
Main Library BEC
Grades 8-12

Have something you want to talk about? An issue you want to see different sides of? Need advice about something? Itching to share your new favorite conspiracy theory? Just want to vent? Here's a supportive, safe, non-judgment space for you to do all of the above, and more.

Registration is not required.
Volunteer Hours for
Young Adult Book Reviews

You asked, we listened. For those in need of more community service hours, you now have another option! Here’s how it works:

  • You read a book at least 100 pages in length.
  • You fill out the form we provide in the library, which includes information about the book, and a 1.5-page review (I.e., Half of the front and the entire back of the page) of the book. 
  • Turn the form in--with a week for us to process your entry--we can we give you one hour of community service for every 100 pages read. So if you read a 374-page book, you get three hours.

That’s it. It’s easy! 
The Official Kick-off of the 2019 Summer Reading Challange: A Universe of Stories! Come meet the animals of ZOO Jersey! This program is for children grades K - 7 with an accompanying adult for children under 9 years. Registration is required for Woodbridge township residents beginning June 17.  Register online , in-person at the library or call 732-726-7072, ext. 7210.   Programs and prizes are funded by the Friends of the Library.
Event Type(s): Summer Reading, Presentation / Lecture
Age Group(s): 5- to 13-year-olds
Many of our programs do not require registration, but kindly click on the flyers and links to register for programs on-line. You are also welcome to call the library locations to ensure that space is available.
More opportunies for lifelong learning
Summer concerts begin in June
Woodbridge Township offers cultural arts experiences and educational programs all year long. Sign up for weekly Township E-news by clicking HERE .
The Main Library will be closed on Monday nights at 6:00 PM to allow for concert parking. Monday nights are a good opportunity to visit the Fords, Henry Inman or Iselin Branch Libraries, all open until 9:00 PM
Woodbridge Libraries Are Now Members of
Reciprocal Borrowing Group MURAL
Woodbridge Township library cards are accepted in nearly fifty Middlesex and Union County libraries to borrow materials. Municipal libraries are generally open to public use, but through the  MUtual Reciprocity Among Libraries Agreement (MURAL), a Woodbridge Township Library card will be welcomed for lending and additional services determined by each library.  More details and contact information are available on the WPL home page.
This e-mail newsletter is a service of Woodbridge Public Library.

Monica F. Eppinger 
Woodbridge Township, NJ
732-634-4450 x7099

June 23, 2019