June 2020
Welcome to WOW's monthly newsletter! WOW is the  Woodbury Library Parks and Recreation Department  and  Senior Center's  collaborative effort to bring free programs to Woodbury for people of all age's enjoyment. You can find more information on these programs and all WOW programs .
To stay informed about the Woodbury Senior Center activities and events, please subscribe to their newsletter! It is FULL of information on how we are serving our Seniors needs every week, as well as creative ideas, activities and even contests to keep you connected with our community and active while staying safe at home. Sign up for the
VIRTUAL At-Home Marathon in a Month!

Starting June 1st, keep track of your steps and miles and collectively as a Senior Center community, we hope to complete a MARATHON!

The first 20 registrants can receive a free digital pedometer to help you count your steps. All registered participants will be entered into a drawing for a Fitbit Inspire HR fitness tracker!

Call the Senior Center to register!
WSC marathon
DRIVE BY Ice Cream Social at the Woodbury Senior Center!
Wednesday, July 1st 1:00 - 3:00 PM
Rain Date: July 8th

Delivery to Spruce Bank Farm and Judson Street Apartments will be between
11:00am - 12:00 noon.
Listen for the "Ice cream truck" bell!
Drive Thru Ice Cream
Congratulations to the Tilbe family for winning the WOW Scavenger Hunt GRAND PRIZE! Thank you to all who participated. We loved your creativity and submissions. So fun!
WOW scavenger hunt
Your copy should address 3 key questions: Who am I writing for? (Audience) Why should they care? (Benefit) What do I want them to do here? (Call-to-Action)

Create a great offer by adding words like "free" "personalized" "complimentary" or "customized." A sense of urgency often helps readers take an action, so think about inserting phrases like "for a limited time only" or "only 7 remaining!"
Virtual Pilates and Yoga
Virtual Nutrition
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For Woodbury residents ONLY.
The Woodbury Library will be accepting returns from ONLY the Woodbury Library, and only from Woodbury residents on FRIDAYS from 9:00 am - 5:00 pm. Items can be returned on designated carts outside the Library building during this specific time. The Library has also begun curbside service for Woodbury residents only. For more information please call the Library at
203-263-3502. Thank you for your cooperation as we ease into our new normal.
We have a NEW and improved website!
If you had previously bookmarked this page, and it leads you to the "old" page, just refresh the page and the "new" site will appear!
The Woodbury Library continues to be a wealth of information during this time. The building is closed, the book drop is closed, and the Book Cellar is closed to keep patrons, volunteers and employees safe. BUT...
you can stay in touch with the Woodbury Library through their Facebook page and regular email updates. In the updates you can find fun facts, book recommendations, activities, virtual museum & aquarium visits, music,
and even cooking! If you are not receiving the newsletter, click here to sign up!
The Woodbury Library Children's Department has created a Facebook page to keep in touch!
Give them a LIKE!
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New Teen and Adult Craft bags are now available to order for Woodbury Residents. Call 203-263-3502 to reserve one!
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VIRTUAL PROGRAMS at the Woodbury Public Library via ZOOM!
To register and get more information, go to the EVENTS page on the Woodbury Library website for details, instructions and materials needed.
GINGERLY ADJUST to the New Normal & EXTRACT ME from this Pandemic!
DIY Ginger Ale and DIY Almond & Vanilla Extract
All done virtually through ZOOM!
Time: Jun 2 - 7PM
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 831 4876 8196
Password: 335476
GO TO EVENTS on June 2 for details & supply list on WPL's website.
Connecticut Women’s Hall of Fame
Powerful Voices: CT Women
Changing Democracy
Learn the history of some of Connecticut’s most powerful female voices. 30-45 minutes,
plus time for Q & A
FREE Zoom Event at the Woodbury Public Library . Time: Jun 10, 2020 11:00 AM

ZOOM lecture on Beethoven’s Life and Music Dr. Vincent de Luise.                                                           
Tuesday, June 9 at 7:00 pm           
Ludwig van Beethoven is considered by many to be the most important composer in western civilization. A genius of indefatigable strength, defiant courage, and artistic vision, it was Beethoven who changed the course of western music, introducing romanticism
and ushering in the modern orchestra and modern piano.
Join Dr. Vincent de Luise for a fascinating tour of Beethoven’s life and his music, his illnesses, his "Immortal Beloved," and his eternal legacy. Dr. de Luise is the Cultural Ambassador, Waterbury Symphony Orchestra and Assistant Professor, Yale University School of Medicine. 
Parks and Recreation!
Some of our instructors are doing their best to stay connected to their students! Exercise and Nutrtion classes, all done in the safety of your own home start next week! Register today at www.woodburyparksandrec.org
Virtual Morning
W.O.W. What's On In Woodbury
281 Main Street South Woodbury CT 06798.
Email Us: ​ wow@woodburyct.org