woburn senior center

Movies at the Senior Center

Movie Reel

The Woburn Senior Center offers free movies in their comfortable library every Monday at 10am and 1:30pm and also Fridays at 10am.  

Thanks go to "Friends Helping Seniors, Inc." for funding the movies every week.  All Woburn Senior Center activities are handicap accessible.  The Woburn Senior Center is located at 144 School Street.  For directions please call 781-897-5960.

Bring the Grandchildren to the Senior Center!

From date: 
Wed, 12/28/2011 - 9:45am

Wednesday, December 28, 9:45 am
144 School St, Woburn, MA, $2
Bring the Grandchildren (and Great-Grandchildren) to the Woburn Senior Center
9:45am - Breakfast Buffet featuring scrambled eggs, french toast, sausage, assorted pastries, juice, coffee and tea.
Piano music and a balloon artist will be featured during the breakfast.
Adults - $2 - all children will eat for free.
10:30am - Twenty minute magic show
All age groups are welcome.

Bring the Grandchildren to the Senior Center!


This school vacation week, why not spend some quality time with the Grandchildren?  Wednesday, December 28 is "Bring the Grandchildren to the Senior Center" Day.
Bring the Grandchildren (and Great-Grandchildren) to the Woburn Senior Center for a fun morning featuring breakfast, music, and a magic show.

Senior Center Breakfast Lecture

From date: 
Wed, 01/25/2012 - 10:30am
Woburn Senior Center

The Woburn Senior Center, located at 144 School Street, will continue its Wednesday breakfast lecture series with a lecture on Latest Cancer Research Information.  A breakfast buffet for those attending the lecture will be at 9:45am, followed by the lecture at 10:30am.  Fore more information, please contact Judy at 781.897.5963.  

Senior Center Valentine Party

From date: 
Thu, 02/10/2011 - 1:00pm

Woburn Senior Center is hosting a Valentine Dessert Party and Social.  Featured entertainment will be the New Orleans Jazz Band.

Tickets are available for $2 each.  Please purchase at the Reception Desk.

Snow Shovelers Needed!

Our elderly neighbors need our help! The Woburn Council on Aging is calling all able-bodied citizens to help our seniors who are snowed in. Snow and ice removal can be a challenge for the youngest and healthiest of us, so imagine how Woburn’s elderly are coping with these severe storms. To prevent serious injuries or going without necessities, they need your help to shovel and melt ice!

If interested, please contact Joanne Collins at 781-897-5960. Many senior citizens are able to pay for services; however, some would greatly benefit from volunteer service.

A Visit to Curacao

On Thursday, January 20 all are invited to a special program entitled: “A Visit to Curacao”.

The program begins at 10 a.m. featuring piano music with the talents of Bob Lague. The event continues at 10:30 a.m. with a presentation of Curacao. At 11:30 a.m. regional foods will be served for a special luncheon for all participants.

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