Save the date for Fallapalooza, the annual month-long celebration of Woodbridge.
The celebration, which occurs throughout October, kicks off with the Human Services Department’s second annual Living Treasure Awards Dinner on Oct. 2, and ends with the Woodbridge Volunteer Fire Association’s Truck or Treat and Spooktacular Fireworks, held on Halloween.
Other events include the Woodbridge Road Race, a Valley Shakespeare performance of Two Gentlemen of Verona at Massaro Community Farm, the JCC’s Family Fun Day and Open House, a spirit investigator at the Library, the second annual Arts & Music Weekend at the First Church of Christ (including crafts, live music, dance, an art show, a family hike and a square dance) , a pumpkin presentation by Robin Glowa at the Library, Progression Salon’s annual Pampered in Pink event and a demonstration with live reptiles at the Library.
Event details are available at woodbridgect.org/Fallapalooza. Organizations or businesses may submit fall-themed events for inclusion to Betsy Yagla at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The series of events is being organized by the ad hoc Community Council, created by Fist Selectman Beth Heller to organize events and other opportunities for Woodbridge residents to interact, learn about each other’s culture, create community and celebrate Woodbridge.