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Woburn's 375th Anniversary Family Fishing Festival

Woburn's 375th Anniversary Family Fishing Festival flyer

Don't miss Woburn's 375th Anniversary Family Fishing Festival this upcoming Saturday, June 10 from 9am - 2pm at Horn Pond! There will be lots of fishing, boating, children's activities, free drinks and burgers & other free family fun! The event will be held on the Lake Avenue side of Horn Pond and is sponsored by Mass Wildlife and Woburn Lodge of Elks #908.

The Family Fishing Festival will take place rain or shine and no fishing license is required. You can bring your own fishing equipment or there will be plenty available there! Other activities include: Boating in Boston, children's activities with the Woburn Middlesex Lions Club, "The Nature of Horn Pond" film screening and the first Horn Pond Summer Concert that night!

Upcoming Event: St. Anthony's Festival

Photo from St. Anthony's Festival

On Saturday, June 3 from 5-11pm, the St. Anthony Church in North Woburn will be hosting its annual festival in honor of the patron Saint Anthony. It will be held at the grounds of the church at 851 Main St., Woburn MA. Mass will take place at 4pm, followed by the festival beginning at 5pm.

The festival will feature the Soul Shakers Band, music by DJ Master Scratch, amusements, food, beer & wine, children's games and lots of chances to win great prizes! If you would like to help out with the festival, call Michael Millette at 781-405-9995 OR email him at binarytrader@gmail.com. You can also contact Dianne Autenzio at 781-933-2554 OR dautenzio@rcn.com.
 

St. Anthony Festival

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Sat, 06/03/2017 - 4:00pm

On Saturday, June 3 from 5-11pm, the St. Anthony Church in North Woburn will be hosting its annual festival in honor of the patron Saint Anthony. It will be held at the grounds of the church at 851 Main St., Woburn MA. Mass will take place at 4pm followed by the festival beginning at 5pm.

The festival will feature the Soul Shakers Band, music by DJ Master Scratch, amusements, food, beer & wine, children's games and lots of chances to win great prizes! If you would like to help out with the festival, call Michael Millette at 781-405-9995 OR email him at binarytrader@gmail.com. You can also contact Dianne Autenzio at 781-933-2554 OR dautenzio@rcn.com.
 

Festival on the Common

Festival Common

The annual Festival on the Common is coming up on November 28th and you are invited! Join your neighbors on the Common for great events and activities. The event is at downtown Woburn Square and it's completely free! There will also be a food court hosted by local groups.

The list of attractions is great and includes:

 

Library Park Blues Festival

From date: 
Sat, 08/24/2013 - 11:00am

Join the Blues for Veterans Association for the first ever Library Park Blues Festival and show your support for local veterans!

Headlining the music festival will be Ronnie Earl and the Broadcasters along with other entertaining Blues acts.

Tickets are $20 per person and children under 12 attend for free.

Library Park Blues Festival for Veterans

The Blues for Veterans Association will be hosting the first ever Library Park Blues Festival on Saturday, August 24th from 11:00 a.m.- 11:00 p.m. at Harrison Ave. in Woburn.

Headlining the music festival will be Ronnie Earl and the Broadcasters along with other entertaining Blues acts. Tickets are $20 per person and children under 12 attend for free. All profits from the festival will be donated to charitable organizations that support local veterans and their families such as: the American Legion Operation Comfort Warriors, H.O.T. (Helping Our Troops), Friends of Woburn Veterans and the Edith Norse VA Hospital in Bedford, MA.

There will also be a Friends of Woburn Veterans Motorcycle Run sponsored by Patriot Riders of America. Registration in the motorcycle run includes admission to the Blues Festival.

The Blues for Veterans Association was organized by local business women and men along with local citizens whose common goal is to show our veterans we care.

For more information about this festival and to purchase tickets, please click here.

Fair Trade Craft Festival at United Methodist Church

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Looking for a meaningful gift to give your family this holiday season? Then do your shopping at the Fair Trade Craft Festival at the United Methodist Church in the West Hall on Friday, November 30 from 6-9pm or on Saturday, December 1 from 9am-1pm!

Not only will you find an abundance of unique gifts from local crafters and crafters from other countries such as Guatemala and Nicaragua, but your purchases will help support families in developing countries struggling to meet basic needs. The sale of fair trade goods ensures that the people who produce these goods receive a living wage for their work.

If you need to take a break from all that shopping, stop by the Festival Cafe for a light supper or a morning coffee break!

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