The Evolution of the Literary Detective

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  The detection of crime has been a subject in literature since the time of the Bible and Oedipus Rex. Mark Schenker, Senior Associate Dean in Yale College, will lecture on the evolution of the detective in the literature of the English-speaking world, from origins in the 19th century in the works of Edgar Allan […]

An evening with author Mary Lachman

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Join us to spend the evening with local author Mary Lachman and learn about her new poetry and nonfiction book Moth in the Window. Register for the program here. About Mary  I was raised in Suffield, Ohio, where I was influenced by the self-reliance and work ethic of my parents.  When the Great Depression hit […]

Passport to Connecticut Libraries

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  The Connecticut Library Association is proud to sponsor the first Passport to CT Libraries program, running in all participating public libraries in September, including the Woodbridge Town Library! Based on the Wine Trail Passport Program in CT, this program will run during Library Card Sign Up Month in September. Every library will offer a […]

Fall Hours

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  We have moved back to our fall hours. They are: Monday – Thursday  10am – 8pm     Friday & Saturday   10am-5pm        

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