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Woburn Parent Network, a collaboration between SCI Woburn, Woburn Public Schools and The James L. McKeown Boys and Girls Club, was formed in April to help bring relevant programming to and encourage productive conversation between the parents of Woburn.  As part of a Back to School series WPN is presenting another great program on Monday, September 14 at 6 PM.  

This spring over 100 people joined the Woburn Parent Network (WPN) program featuring national expert Jon Mattleman talking about “Teens, Tweens and Quarantines.” Based on the great feedback on the program, and the current issues families face as a back to school time like no other approaches, the WPN is bringing Jon back for another presentation on Wednesday, August 26, at 6 p.m. Be sure to join on Zoom! 

Virtual Worldfest 2020

Kerstin shows you how to make chicken piccata, a recipe that her parents made when she was growing up. Delicious and easy to make! Kerstin takes you through step by step and shows the fun you can have while cooking dinner.

Virtual Worldfest 2020

Sam, an SCI AmeriCorps member, walks you through baking Scottish Drop Scones. It is a recipe that her family loves and is very easy to make with your own spin! She tells you about the differences between these and other types of scones, some fun anecdotes about her family, and her favorite additions to this recipe.

Virtual Worldfest 2020

This video, presented by Dave from the James L. McKeown Boys & Girls Club of Woburn, teaches you how to play a card game from Canada and around the world, President.

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Virtual Worldfest 2020

Kharol shows you some beautiful garments from Uganda. She presents the different pieces of a gomesi, along with what they are called and how to wear them. She makes this gorgeous dress look great!

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Virtual Worldfest 2020

This video, presented by Katie from the James L. McKeown Boys & Girls Club of Woburn, is an arts and crafts project. She talks you through making an Edelweis flower and gives you a brief lesson on where they grow and what they mean. This is a quick craft project that is easy and fun to do with kids of all ages!