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This year, the 12th Annual Native American Pow Wow will be taking place at Spence Farm, located at 41 Wyman Street on Saturday Juy 26th and 27th from 10 a.m. to 5 pm. The Grand entry will be at noon each day. This is a free event, so come down and enjoy Native American drumming, singing, and dancing, story-telling, arts and crafts, and Native American food. No alcohol permitted. For any questions please call 781-775-7899 or email

Join the Woburn Public Library and friends for a fun filled event. The fourth annual old-fashioned Ice Cream Social. This event will be taking place Sunday, August 3 from 2-5p.m. The afternoon will be filled with sweet ice cream, fun filled games and activities, and lots of good music. With the event being generously sponsored by Whole Foods, the tickets to this fun filled event are only $5 for adults and $2 for children under 12. There will also be a raffle for an Ice Cream Party in a Basket, which you can now enter at the Circulation Desk. 

Brian Maes Band performing July 12, 2014 at Horn Pond, Woburn

The Horn Pond Summer Concert Series kicks off on Friday, July 11 with The Brian Maes Band with MaryBeth Linehan Maes, a band with local ties to Woburn. The concert is from 6 to 8 pm. at Horn Pond, along the flat grassy area of Sturgis Street, otherwise known as Ice House Park. This concert is sponsored by Jump On In of Woburn.

In addition to their own material, the Brian Maes Band throws in some well-known classic rock covers that they have some connection to. Maes toured with Peter Wolf, John Cafferty and The Beaver Brown Band, and RTZ. Brian’s wife, MaryBeth Maes, formerly MaryBeth Linehan of Woburn, will also be singing with the band.

This is the twelfth year that the Horn Pond Summer Concert Series will entertain Woburn residents. The concerts are a perfect way to spend summer nights with your fellow community members and enjoy the beautiful Horn Pond area.

June 25th until August 19th from 1:30 till 3:30 a program called Club Recreation will be taking place at Library Park in Woburn. The program is designed to get children out of the house during the summer months. The kids will play games and sports with their peers, and have a variety of different fun activities.

This Saturday, July 12th the Stone Zoo will be having enrichment day. If your kids have ever asked you why there were balls, spinner toys, and other items in the exhibits now is the chance to get answers. Throughout the day guests will be able to see the zookeepers deliver and explain toys specially designed for the animals.

Today, July 8th, the childrens room at Woburn Public Library will be hosting a Pajama storytime. Children ages 4+ are invited to grab their PJ’s and come down to read some books, and enjoy some yummy snacks. Parents are invited to put on their Pajamas and come also. Arrive at 7 p.m. and stay for 45 minutes.

Google has made an online summer camp for children 13-18, to build, tinker, and explore online. Each Monday-Friday the Maker will post a new project or activity. You can also go live into Google+ hangouts to chat with expert makers. They will have field trip Fridays online and all the building supplies you need are already likely in your home. Their is also no requirment to go online every day, so just sign up and go on whenever your bored or need something to do. This awesome summer event will be going on today, July 7th, until August 15th at 2 pm.