friends helping seniors

Tickets are on sale at $1 each for an ice cream social scheduled for Thursday, August 6th at the Woburn Senior Center, 144 School Street.  Entertainment begins at 1pm featuring singer Greg Curtis, sponsored by the Cultural Council.  Ice cream sundaes will follow at 2pm and the event will conclude with a door prize drawing.  The Woburn Senior Center is fully air conditioned and handicap accessible.  For transportation information contact 781-897-5964.  Tickets to the event may be obtained at the reception desk at the Woburn Senior Center or phone 781-897-5960 for further information.

The Woburn Senior Center, located at 144 School Street, offers a movie every Monday shown at both 10:00 am and then again at 1:30 pm.  Thanks is extended to “Friends Helping Seniors” for providing the movies each week for the Woburn Seniors and the Woburn Community.  Upcoming movies include:

woburn senior centerThe Woburn Senior Center, located on 144 School Street, will offer the annual “Friends Helping Seniors Holiday Fair and Lunch” on Saturday, November 1st from 9am to 2pm.  The fair will include a unique “White Elephant” room featuring all sorts of treasures.  Toys and games for the children will be offered as well as handmade crafts.  Holiday Items will be available as well as plants, jewelry, books, clothing and a bake sale.  Raffles will include gift baskets, handmade afghans and a thanksgiving basket.  The onsite “Golden Gift Shop” will be open for special Saturday hours.  All proceeds will benefit “Friends Helping Seniors”.  The Woburn Senior Center is handicapped accessible.

woburn Senior CenterThe Woburn Senior Center and "Friends Helping Seniors, Inc." invites you to join them for their latest in the "Breakfast and Lecture" series held at the Woburn Senior Center on Wednesday, Oct. 22nd.  A breakfast buffet FOR THOSE ATTENDING THE LECTURE will be served at 9:45 AM. for $1 per breakfast, supported by “Friends Helping Seniors”.  Breakfast will be followed by a free one hour lecture at 10:30 AM.  This week's lecture will be "Fire Safety: What do you need to know to keep safe in your own home and maintain independence?" presented by William Sweeney from the Woburn Fire Department.