Earth Day

Earth

Saturday, April 27th, 2-4 p.m. At Library Park in Woburn by the Gazebo

Please join Troop 69036 for a day to celebrate our precious Earth, how to preserve it, and learn to be the ultimate girl to scout and leave this Earth better than we found it!

Earth Day Festival And Pony Plop

Sun, 04/10/2011 - 10:30am

Earth Day Festival and Pony Plop

Come join us at Spence Farm for our very first pony plop.  There will be 300 squares and the square where the pony drops her first "plop" wins $2600 and the four adjoining squares will win $100 each.

This event will be held on Sunday, April 10th from 10:30-1:30.   Other events for the day include lots of free family activities including education, a bouncy house, petting zoo, hay rides, games, crafts, and a DJ.

earth dayThe Woburn Mall and WREN (Woburn Resident’s Environmental Network) are inviting the community to the annual Earth Day Expo at the Woburn Mall, located at 300 Mishawam Road this Saturday, April 25.The event will take place from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., and includes more than 30 exhibitors. The annual event that began at Woburn High School more than 15 years ago started out as a small, Woburn-based display of environmentally related topics. It has since grown to be an expo of dozens of businesses and organizations from Woburn and other surrounding communities promoting both the environment, as well as things to do and see.

I didn't realize it was Earth Day when I set out for a walk around nearby Horn Pond.  I'm simply looking to get back into the swing of a regular exercise routine now that temperate weather is upon us here.  But soaking in this early spring morning certainly wound up being a compelling way to start Earth Day 2009.

On Saturday, April 19th from 10:00AM to 2:00PM Woburn will be celebrating its annual Earth Day program at the Woburn Mall, 300 Mishawum Road and is being sponsored by WREN (Woburn Residents Environmental Network) and The Woburn Mall. The reason for this letter is to ask you to get involved in some way with our program. There is no charge to set up a display and tables can be provided also at no cost.