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On Sunday, March 9 the Woburn Public Media Center, Comcast, and the Council of Social Concern will work together to make the 6th annual Council of Social Concern telethon another successful event. This event will take place at the Woburn Public Media Center at Woburn Memorial High School located at 88 Montvale Ave from Noon to 3 pm. The telethon will help promote the Council of Social Concern's programs that provide hope, help, and support to those most in need in our community. All proceeds raised from the telethon will go directly to the agency's programs.

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The Woburn Public Media Center will be rebroadcasting the Mayoral, Alderman-at-Large, and Ward 5 Alderman debate multiple times this week starting Wednesday September 11, 2013 at 6:00PM. They will also be showing the debate Thursday September 12, at 10:00AM and 8:00PM, and on Friday September 13, at 12:00PM and 7:30PM. Depending on your cable provider the debate will be shown on the following channels:

Verizon: Channel 45
Comcast: Channel 22
RCN: Channel 15

If you didn't get the chance to attend WorldFest this year or you just want to relive the event, check it out on local access cable t.v.! 

WorldFest will be broadcast this week and in the following weeks on these channels:

Comcast- Channel 22
Verizon- Channel 45
RCN- Channel 15

At the following times:

-Tuesday, June 4th at 8:00PM
-Wednesday, June 5th at 11:00PM

Check the Woburn Public Media Center schedule for additional times by clicking here.

If you missed the Woburn Historical Society's presentation of "A Visit to Pleasure Island" at the high school on February 25th, you are in luck! The Woburn Public Media Center will be airing the program on Woburn's public access stations (Verizon Ch. 45, Comcast Ch. 22, RCN Ch. 15) at the following times:

3/16/2013 at 9:00AM
3/16/2013 at 9:00PM
3/17/2013 at 5:30PM
3/18/2013 at 7:01PM
3/19/2013 at 6:30PM
3/21/2013 at 7:00AM

Pleasure Island opened in 1959 and was intended to be Boston's "Disneyland of the East." This 80 acre theme park was built off of Route 128 in Wakefield and included boat rides to Pirate Cove, amusement park rides and character actors.

Local historian Robert McLaughlin has been researching Pleasure Island since 2000 and has collected images, film, oral histories and artifacts related to the park. To take a trip down memory lane or to learn more this unique amusement park, don't miss this special presentation by the Historical Society!

For more information on this special program, visit the Woburn Historical Society's website by clicking here.