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Haitian Creole Cooking

Learn about Haitian Creole cooking and culture by preparing a meal with Woburn newcomer and home cook Nathalie Lecorps.   Over the course of the evening, you will have the chance to prepare a meal typical of a Haitian Creole kitchen while at the same time learning about the culture in an intimate, comfortable setting. 

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Join us at the United Methodist Church (523 Main Street, Woburn) on Tuesday, October 16th for a Cultural Connections Dinner where local caterers and restaurants will provide a variety of ethnic foods! This #WoburnUnites event will focus on building ties between Woburn's longtime residents and immigrants new to the community by using food and conversation as a basis for people to learn about the diverse range of cultures represented in Woburn. 

Cultural Connections Dinner

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Tue, 10/16/2018 - 6:30pm
Cultural Connections Dinner Flyer

Join us at the United Methodist Church (523 Main Street, Woburn) on Tuesday, October 16th for a Cultural Connections Dinner where local caterers and restaurants will provide a variety of ethnic foods! This #WoburnUnites event will focus on building ties between Woburn's longtime residents and immigrants new to the community by using food and conversation as a basis for people to learn about the diverse range of cultures represented in Woburn. 

The Black Experience--Middlesex County from the 1640s to the 1870s

The Black Experience in Middlesex County from the 1640s to the 1870s. This event is taking place at the Woburn Memorial High School Auditorium on Thursday, September 27 starting at 7 p.m. The guest speakers will each briefly present on their research into the lives of both free and enslaved Black people, which will then provide the context for the evening's panel discussion.