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The Woburn Public Library is collecting donations for the upcoming book sale. If you'd like to donate, bring your books to the library at 36 Cummings Park starting September 5th. Acceptable items include books, audiobooks and DVDs.

Food Pantry

The food pantry shelves are bare. Any items you can bring to help the food pantry are much appreciated. It does not have to be the weekly suggested item. Any suitable, non - expired, food/drink items are welcome.
Food Pantry

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Kids playing at a past Mayor's Field Day
Join kids and families from around Woburn at the annual Mayor's field day on August 17! The event will be located next to the Woburn Public Library, off Abbot Street. Events and activities will start at 11:00am and carry on until 1:00pm. Expect a range of performances, face painting, a magician and other great activities for kids and their families. 
 
If needed, the rain date will be on August 18th.
 
Kayaks on the water
Boating in Boston will be hosting several kayak rental events at Horn Pond in upcoming weekends. If you're at the pond, look for the rental service at the boat ramp by the Sturgis Street lot.
The final concert in the 2017 Horn Pond Summer Concert Series will be held this Friday, August 11, from 6 to 8 p.m.The series finale will feature the Mike Moore and Steve Kelly, joined by members of the Mike Moore Band. This concert is sponsored by Lamacchia Realty, Inc. The concert will take place in the flat grassy area known as Ice House Park, by the Sturgis St. end of the pond.
 
Mike Moore and Steve Kelly have been performing together for many years, singing chart-topping, toe-tapping hits from the 70s, 80s, 90s and beyond. Their music includes cover songs from rock, alternative and pop genres. Bring a lawn chair and come to enjoy this summer tradition with family and friends.
 
Flier for 15th Annual Native American Pow Wow

This weekend, WREN presents Woburn's 15th Annual Native American Pow Wow! Saturday and Sunday (July 29 and 30), come down to Berry Meadow at Altavesta School, Route 38 in N. Woburn MA. A public welcome will last from 10am to 5pm and the grand entry will be 12pm. 

The ceremony will include traditional Native American drumming, singing, dancing, story-telling and a sacred fire ceremony. Along with that, there will be traditional arts & crafts and a Native American food booth.

Photo of Boston Rovers

Join us on Friday, July 28 from 6-8pm for our fourth Horn Pond Summer Concert featuring the Irish band, Boston Rovers! The concert will take place on Sturgis St., alongside Horn Pond, on the flat grassy area known as Ice House Park. This concert is sponsored by McCue Garden Center, who will be serving up some grilled sweet corn for free!

Bring your family, friends and lawn chairs to Ice House Park to enjoy an amazing Irish trio! Boston Rovers will be performing traditional Irish music as well as some sea shanties and dance tunes. Rain date: FRIDAY, AUGUST 4, 6-8pm!