This month we celebrate “All Things Woodbridge” with Fallapalooza, a series of fun fall events during the month of October.
The celebration kicks off with the Human Services Department’s second annual Living Treasure Awards Dinner on October 2, and ends with a bang at the Woodbridge Volunteer Fire Association’s Truck or Treat and Spooktacular Fireworks, held on Halloween (October 31).
Other events include the Woodbridge Road Race on October 5, a Valley Shakespeare performance of “Two Gentlemen of Verona” at Massaro Community Farm on October 5 and 6, the JCC’s Family Fun Day and Open House on October 6, a spirit investigator at the Library on October 8, the second annual Arts & Music Weekend at the First Church of Christ (including crafts, live music, dance performances, an art show, and a square dance) October 18-20, Woodbridge Trails Day October 19, a pumpkin presentation by Robin Glowa at the Library October 23, Progression Salon’s annual Pampered in Pink event on October 26, Tennis Central’s Open House on October 26 and a demonstration with live reptiles at the Library also on October 26.
Event details are available at woodbridgect.org/Fallapalooza and on the Town calendar. This series of events is being organized by the ad hoc Community Council, created by First Selectman Beth Heller to organize events and provide other opportunities for Woodbridge residents to interact, learn about each other’s culture, create community and celebrate Woodbridge.
Also, remember to save the date for our Annual Veteran’s Day ceremony on Monday, November 11. Please join as we honor those who served our county.