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The 29th Annual Haunted Hayride
Our Annual Haunted Hayride is scheduled for the weekends of October 18-19, and October 25-26. Ticket sales will start at 6:30pm (weather permitting)  until 9pm at Mitchell School, 14 School Street, Woodbury each night, and the wagons will run until all ticketholders gets a ride.

We're in need of volunteers to help make this year's event a success. If you're interested in helping out, please contact us at woodburyctlions@gmail.com (or, click the email us button) and let us know. We'll send you more information. 

We'll be updating this site before the show, so check back often to see what we have planned. 

The Lions 41st Annual Car Show

The Woodbury Lions Club is presenting their 41st Annual Car Show on June 9, 2019 at Hollow Park in Woodbury, CT.

The day-long event is expected to attract over three hundred of the best classic cars in the Northeast and over a thousand spectators. This year’s special theme is a tribute to our veterans.

Cars can begin to enter for judging at 8 a.m., with the first three hundred entries receiving a free dashboard plaque, with general admission beginning at 10 a.m.. Admission price is $15 per car, $6 per person, and children under ten, $1. Judging begins at noon, with trophies presented at 3 p.m.

This event will contain all the fun and excitement for the whole family that has made past shows a success. The food booth has been expanded with breakfast sandwiches being sold starting at 8 a.m., along with the usual hot dogs and hamburgers offered starting at 11 a.m. The show also includes raffles, music, a “Touch-a-Truck”, and a vendor area. There is still room for a few vendors, especially those who sell automobile-related wares. Sorry, but no food product vendors can be accepted. Space is $25 for a 10’x10’ area. Contact the club through their email, woodburyctlions@gmail.com for a registration form.

The Lions use the proceeds from the car show, as well as from their Haunted Hayride, to award scholarships to graduating Nonnewaug high school seniors. This year, local students going on to college received twenty-thousand dollars in financial aid from the Lions. The Woodbury Lions also support many other organizations, including the Connecticut Eye Research Foundation at Yale and UConn, the Connecticut Lion Low Vision Centers, the American School for the Deaf in Bloomfield, CRIS Radio, the Woodbury Community Services Council, the Fidelco Guide Dog Foundation and Connecticut Hospice in Southbury.

Car Show Video

Our friends at M3 Video Productions put together this video from the 2017 car show. It's a great overview of what to expect for this year. Thank you to them for the wonderful show. 

2017 Woodbury Lions Car Show (opens in new page)

Call For Vendors!

We need vendors for our 41st Annual Car Show on June 9. As in the past, we offer a limited number of spaces for craft and product vendors (no food, sorry) at the car show. 12'x12' spaces are $25 each, and you can reserve as many as you need. Contact us at woodburyctlions@gmail.com for more information.

Help Support the Woodbury Lions Club

Do you shop on Amazon? Did you know they have a new feature that gives back to a charity of your choice? If you start at smile.amazon.com, 0.5% of your total orders is donated to your designated charity. We hope that you will pick The Woodbury Lions Club Foundation, Inc. as your charity of choice. All you need to do is remember to start at smile.amazon.com, and make sure you designate the Woodbury Lions Club Foundation, Inc as your charity. We receive the benefit of your shopping, without you having to do anything else.

See What Your Support Does!

In 2016, the Woodbury Lions Club donated $10,000 to the Fidelco Guide Dog Foundation to help them reach their goal of $30,000 to receive a matching grant from The Lions Club Internation Foundation. The $60,000 Fidelco received was used to purchase new vans to assist in getting dogs and clients together. At the Lions statewide MidWinter conference in February of this year, the vans were displayed. Here are Woodbury Lions Zone Chair Frank Longo and LEOs Liason Ken Dechino pointing to the club name on the back of one of the new vans. The Woodbury Lions Club could not have made this happen without the continuing support of our community.


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