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Woburn's 375th Anniversary Celebration Begins

First Congregational Church of Woburn

Woburn's 375th Anniversary Celebration is set to kick off this January, with an exciting line-up of events throughout the year. The Woburn City Hall released a tentative list of the goings-on that you can expect for 2017. 

The first event in celebrating the New Year will be an interfaith celebration to take place at the First Congregational Church. The keynote speaker of the event will be Massachusetts state Senator Ed Markey! Also featured will be a local children's choir led by Lynn Burns, the High School Choir, the Mishawum Choral Society, and a special 375th community choir, led by Brian Gilbertie. There will also be a re-enactment of the ordination of Woburn's first minister, Rev. Thomas Carter, in 1642.

Volunteer Opportunity of the Week!

On Saturday, May 12, the Y will be holding an event to celebrate the changing season and mothers of all ages.  This will be a fun family event taking place from 7-9pm.  Volunteers are needed to help out with set-up, greeting, and clean-up.  If this sounds like something you would like to volunteer at, please contact Jodi Crowley at 781-305-2908.  

Celebrating the Seasons of Life

On Saturday, May 12, the Y will be holding an event to celebrate the changing season and mothers of all ages.  This will be a fun family event taking place from 7-9pm. 

There will be a DJ playing special songs, snacks, and fun games for families!  This event is free to Y family members and $5 per person for program members.  For more information, please call Jodi Crowley at 781-305-2908.

Celebrating the Seasons of Life

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Sat, 05/12/2012 - 7:00pm

On Saturday, May 12, the Y will be holding an event to celebrate the changing season and mothers of all ages.  This will be a fun family event taking place from 7-9pm.  There will be a DJ playing special songs, snacks, and fun games for families!  This event is free to Y family members and $5 per person for program members.  For more information, please call Jodi Crowley at 781-305-2908.

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