April 5, 2021: We have reopened! Read more about our schedule. Hope to see you soon!

Vote for your favorite Peep diorama!

Voting form is at the end of the page.


The Silence of the Peeps

Mean Peeps

Silent Peeps / Silent Spring


Indiana Peep and the Raiders of the Lost Egg

Peepsie Hollow


Harry Peeper and the Sorcerer’s Stone: The Quidditch Match

Elephant and Peep: Waiting is Not Easy

One Peep, Two Peep, Red Peep, Blue Peep

Who bought all of the toilet peeper?

Vote for your favorite diorama in each category!


Peeps in the Library Contest

Join us for the Sixth Annual “Peeps in the Library” contest at the Woodbridge Town Library!
This contest is open to all ages and teams are welcome to enter!

This year it will look a little different! Peep dioramas will be displayed in the Park & Pickup room and there will be the option to vote online or in person.

Registration begins on Monday, March 22 and ends Thursday, April 1. You can register by emailing or calling us to schedule a time to pick up your package of Peeps in the Park & Pickup.

Contest Rules

  1. To register, please email us at wbrstaff@lioninc.org or call us at 203-389-3434.
  2. We will provide each person or group who enters with one pack of peeps (4 individual).
  3. Create a diorama based on a book, literary character, or movie. Make the diorama using a standard shoebox sized box. You may add your own decorations and props.
  4. All characters must be portrayed by Peeps. You may use more than the ones provided.
  5. Contest is open to all ages. There are three separate prize categories: children/families, tweens/teens, and adults. Teams may include up to four members.
  6. Please do not use any other food items (other than Peeps) in your diorama.
  7. Limited to one entry per person/team.
  8. Please fill out the entry form (included with kit or at bottom of this page) and submit it with your diorama.

Drop off your completed diorama with a completed form during library hours between April 5 and April 12. Voting will take place between April 14 and 23. The winners will be announced the week of April 26. Winners will receive a certificate, and be pictured on our website.

Fill out the following form and turn it in with your completed diorama:

Musicians Sought for Woodbridge Unplugged

The Woodbridge Town Library and Town of Woodbridge are organizing outdoor acoustic concerts this spring and summer.

The Woodbridge Unplugged concerts will be a fun, free and safe way for residents to come together, enjoy each other’s company and listen to local talent.

Local musicians willing to play for a modest fee are encouraged to fill out a short survey. Concerts will be held on the Library lawn from 6-7 pm on Thursdays in May and June. Residents will be encouraged to attend and to picnic at a safe distance from one another.  

If you’re a musician looking for an audience and want to play for your family, friends and neighbors in a safe and informal setting, please sign up to express an interest.

March Madness 2021: Book Edition


How does it work?

We’ve chosen 16 titles from our collection that had the highest circulation numbers in 2020. You’ve read them, now it’s time to vote on them! For 5 weeks, you will have the opportunity to vote for the books you think are most deserving of the title “March Madness Champion.” The books that have the most votes will advance to the next round — until we have a winner! Even if you didn’t read the book, vote for the book you would be more likely to read!


Here are this year’s competitors:

The competition so far:

Round 1 (March 1 - 4) -- Voting Closed

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Round 2 (March 8 - 11) -- Voting Closed

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Round 3 (March 15 - 18) -- Voting Closed

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Round 4 (March 22 - 25) - Semifinals! -- Voting Closed

Click Here to Vote

Round 5 (March 29 - April 1) - Finals!

Click Here to Vote

COVID-19 Vaccine Update

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Woodbridge Human Services department continues to help residents get vaccinated. 

Starting March 1 residents age 55 and older will become eligible to make appointments. The Town has access to limited appointments in North Haven through Quinnipiack Valley Health District. 

Please add your contact information here so that we may help you get an appointment there if you have difficulty getting in elsewhere.   

Use the following resources to make an appointment:
— Call Yale for an appointment at their vaccine clinic sites: 203-688-1700 or go online.
— Call Griffin Hospital for an appointment at their Shelton clinic site: 203-433-3394
— Call Cornell Scott Hill Health Center for an appointment: 203-503-3000.
— Call Connecticut’s Vaccine Appointment Assist Line: 877-918-2224
— Call 203-575-5250 Ext. 4, or go online for Waterbury Hospital’s drive-thru clinic.
Schedule online through the CDC’s Vaccine Administration Management System and click here for State guidance for using VAMS.
— CVS in Hamden and North Haven: Patients must register in advance at CVS.com or through the CVS Pharmacy app, and people without online access can contact CVS customer service: 800-746-7287.

If you need help navigating any of these resources call the Woodbridge Human Services Department at 203-389-3430 or 389-3429.

For the latest updates from the State, visit ct.gov/covidvaccine

What Do I Need To Know About 2020 Taxes?

Federal Taxes

Federal 1040/1040-SR forms and instruction booklets are available (self-service) in the Park & Pickup room.

We can print off any additional forms you might need—call us at 203-389-3433 or email us at wbrstaff@lioninc.org

See below for more information and links.

State Taxes

Unfortunately, we are not receiving any state tax forms or booklets this year. All state tax forms and instructions can be found here.

To request paper forms and instructions, call the Connecticut Department of Revenue Services at 860-297-5962. 

Scroll to the very bottom of this page for more from DRS. 

Resources from the IRS

Need Help Filing Your Taxes?

Woodbridge VITA Services

The Woodbridge Human Services VITA (Volunteer Income Tax Assistance) program is still available to prepare income tax returns at no cost for qualifying residents. The VITA program has operated for over 50 years, offering free tax help to people with low to moderate income, senior citizens, as well as people with disabilities and limited English. Volunteer preparers are annually trained and certified to IRS standards.

Like everything else in a pandemic, the program looks a little different this year. If you have a camera phone and an email address, you can begin the process at GetYourRefund.org/WBSC-CT. This is a new and secure national VITA website, created to serve the virtual needs of the program during the pandemic. You will still use local volunteers and will be contacted by phone and email.

Taxpayers who are unable to access a camera phone or email are encouraged to call Woodbridge Human Services at (203) 389-3429 to schedule an intake telephone appointment with a tax preparer and directions for drive-through document scanning.

For other questions regarding this program, please call Human Services.

State Income Tax Assistance from DRS
Free assistance in completing Connecticut returns is available from the Connecticut Department of Revenue Services (DRS) by telephone or videoconference. Normal business hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Use the numbers below to ask general questions or request paper forms by mail:
860-297-5962 (from anywhere)

800-382-9463 (Connecticut calls outside the Greater Hartford calling area only)

860-297-4911 (TTY, TDD, and Text Telephone users only)

Taxpayers may also call 711 for relay services. A taxpayer must tell the 711 operator the number they wish to call. The relay operator will dial it and then communicate using a TTY with the taxpayer.

Social Media Survey!

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What content would you like to see or would be helpful to you?

Extended Hours for Park & Pickup

While the library may be closed to the public, we’re happy to let you know that our Park & Pickup hours have been extended to give you more time to get your checked out items! The doors open at 10 am EVERY DAY that staff is here, and instead of 4 pm, we’re staying until 5 pm. See the full schedule below.

Monday: 10 am to 7 pm
Tuesday: 10 am to 5 pm
Wednesday: 10 am to 5 pm
Thursday: 10 am to 7 pm
Friday: 10 am to 5 pm

More on Park & Pickup

December Holiday Hours

Please note the following changes to Park & Pickup and staff availability via phone and email:
Thursday, December 24: 10 am to 2 pm
Friday, December 25: CLOSED
Thursday, December 31: 10 am to 4:30 pm
Friday, January 1: CLOSED

Our other hours remain the same:
Mondays: 10 am to 7 pm
Tuesdays: 10 am to 5 pm
Wednesdays: 10 am to 5 pm

Express Service Now Available

UPDATE 12/14/20: Library now closed to the public due to rising COVID-19 cases.

The Woodbridge Town Library opened its doors to the public with Express Service on Thursday, November 5. We look forward to welcoming you back into the building.

Days and Times

—Tuesdays: 11 am to 3 pm
—Thursdays: 4 pm to 7 pm
—Fridays: 1 pm to 4 pm

Express Service includes:

—Browsing for books, movies and music;
—Limited reference, readers’ advisory, and technology assistance;
—Limited computer use by appointment;
—Access to printing, faxing, photocopying, and scanning.

Computers and Other Technology

Computer use by appointment only is available during Express Service hours. There are three computers for use; appointments are 45 minutes each and start at the top of each hour.

To book a 45-minute computer reservation, please call or email the Reference Desk at 203-389-3434 or wbrstaff@lioninc.org. Up to two people in a family unit are welcome to sit together at a computer station. Children under the age of 12 must be accompanied by an adult at all times. More about our computers and technology.

Library Safety Rules

We are happy to be open again and want to stay that way. Thank you for respecting the health and safety of the staff and other patrons by following these rules:

—Do not enter the building if you are feeling ill or have been exposed to a confirmed case of COVID-19 within the last fourteen (14) days.
—The Library currently has a very limited capacity and visitors may need to wait to enter the building.
—The Library is only open for limited services: studying, reading, meeting, etc. are not allowed.
—Please limit your visit to 30 minutes or less.
—Hand sanitizer use is required upon entry.
—Masks must be worn over nose and mouth by every-one over 2 years of age and for the entire visit.
—Social distancing must be practiced, especially in the stacks. One person at a time per aisle.
—Children under the age of 12 must stay with their caregiver at all times.
—Our mezzanine is closed, including the study room, bookstore alley and the Woodbridge Room.
—Computer appointments must be made separately, with the Reference Desk.
—Magazines and newspapers will not be available.
—If you pick up or touch an item but do not plan to check it out, please place it in the designated area so it can be quarantined.

Park & Pickup Still Available

Park & Pickup will continue, but the pickup tables will be moved into the Friends’ Meeting Room. Please use the doors on the right side of the library to enter and leave. Passage from the meeting room to the library and vice versa will not be permitted. Remember to wait until you hear from the Library before coming to pick up your order. Your online account may not always be accurate! EXTENDED Park & Pickup hours are Monday & Thursday, 10 am to 7 pm, and Tuesday/Wednesday/Friday, 10 am to 4 pm.

Can’t Make It In? Remote Library Service Available

Phones and emails are answered by staff Monday – Friday, 10 am to 5 pm. Place holds, ask questions, find out information, and more even when the Library is not open for Express Service.

Computer Appointments Begin November 10

UPDATE 12/14/20: Library now closed to the public due to rising COVID-19 cases.

Computer use is available during Express Service:
—Tuesdays: 11 am to 3 pm
—Thursdays: 4 pm to 7 pm
—Fridays: 1 pm to 4 pm

Computer use:
—Socially distant with three computers in use at one time.
—By appointment only, one session per patron per day.
—Each session is 45 minutes and starts on the hour.
—If no one has reserved the time after yours, you may stay an additional session, but no longer than two hours per day.
—Up to two people in a family unit are welcome to sit together at a computer station.
—Walk ins accommodated as space and time allow, especially for printing.

—Call or email the Reference Desk to book a time (203-389-3434, wbrstaff@lioninc.org).
—Future sessions may not be booked until current one is complete.
—If emailing to book an appointment, your session is not booked until you receive confirmation from a staff member.
—Adults may book reservations for a child; however, an adult must accompany any child under 12 at all times.

Due to Covid-19:
—Patrons assume all risks in entering the building and using our equipment.
—Library staff will disinfect the keyboard, mouse, and surrounding areas prior to the next patron’s use.
—Masks must be worn while in the building, including while at a computer.
—All food and drinks, including water, are forbidden at computers.
—Patrons must not make any adjustments or modifications to any safety measures that have been added by the Library.

Printing from our computers:
—Best to make an appointment to ensure computers are available.
—Costs: 10c per page for black & white; 25c per page for color.
—Free printing for first 10 pages of black & white OR 2 pages of color.
—Cash or check ONLY—no credit cards. Please have exact change when possible.

Technology assistance:
—Staff may only offer limited help and must keep socially distant.
—Patron is welcome to bring someone with them if they need further help, keeping within the two people per workstation guidelines.

Other technology in the building:
—Faxing, photocopying, and scanning all available during browsing/computer hours.
—No appointment needed.
—Faxing is $1 per page, maximum charge $10. Copying is 15c per page black & white; 25c per page in color. Scanning is always free and can be saved to a flash drive or emailed to the recipient.
—Cash or check ONLY—no credit cards. Please have exact change when possible.
—Self-service machine on the honor system! Please ask at any service desk for the access code and pay when finished.
—Staff may only offer limited help with these technologies.