The mission of SCI Woburn is to strengthen the community by connecting diverse individuals and organizations through civic engagement initiatives. The SCI Woburn website serves as a community resource connecting residents to volunteer opportunities, community events and resources.

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WorldFest 2017 is right around the corner! The event will be held on Sunday, May 21 from 1-5pm at Library Field, 63 Harrison Ave. in Woburn. We are looking forward to sharing this fun-filled day with the community! 

Currently, we are seeking sponsors to help support WorldFest - SCI would like to offer local businesses the opportunity to sponsor this year's event and in return receive ads and publicity dependent on the donation level. You can become a supporter OR choose to be a Bronze, Silver, Gold or Platinum sponsor! 

Attached is our Sponsorship Opportunity document. Please email Mollie O'Brien at if interested! 

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The Council of Social Concern will be hosting its annual John McElhiney Memorial Auction on Saturday, April 29 at the Crest View Plaza in Woburn starting at 6pm. Tickets for admission are $35.00 which includes a buffet-style dinner featuring light appetizers, baked macaroni and cheese, sirloin tips, sausage and peppers & more! There will also be a cash bar available.

What can you do to help? DONATE an auction item ie. theatre tickets, restaurant gift cards or hotel stays. ATTEND the auction with family and friends - tables of 8-10 can be reserved! SPONSOR the auction, anywhere from $99-$5,000 for ads, publicity & more. Lastly, get the chance to WIN a basket of gift certificates for fine dining at local restaurants valued at over $500 - all you have to do is purchase Dine-Around raffle tickets for $15. 

Visit their website for more information OR contact Mary Laing at 781-935-6495.

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Are you looking for a volunteer opportunity? Join a group of individual volunteers who are organizing a clean-up of the historic Middlesex Canal! The clean-up will take place on Saturday, May 6 from 8am-2pm. The group is looking for about 50 volunteers for the day. If interested, please contact Mollie O'Brien at for more information.

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New update from SCI regarding the location for this year's WorldFest! It will be held at Library Field, 63 Harrison Ave., Woburn, MA - Sunday May 21st from 1-5pm. Come join us for fun and festivities, including some great performances, awesome food and interactive activities for the kids. 

If you're interested in performing, serving food or helping out with the children's activities, click here to fill out our online application. Any other questions can be directed to Mollie O'Brien at

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The McCue Garden Center is open for the spring! They also have a number of upcoming events that are worth taking down in your calendar. Here are just a few to look forward to:

April 18: Spring basket arranging! At 6pm McCue Garden Center expert florists will be teaching attendees how to arrange a beautiful basket of spring flowers for only $15! 
April 22: Spring Fairy Garden! At 1pm, the Center will be holding their traditional fairy gardening class filled with fun and creativity. Children will create their own fairy gardens using natural spring materials for $15.

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Join the City of Woburn on Saturday, April 15 for the Battle Road cleanup and dedication. The cleanup will be first, followed by the unveiling of a new stone monument during a ceremony and collation at the Briscoe St. entrance. The whole event is to honor the men from Woburn who marched along the road toward Lexington and Concord on April 19, 1775. The Woburn Historical Society and Woburn Historical Commission will also present a brochue highlighting Battle Road's history and the list of Woburn men who served. 

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Mayor Scott Galvin and Woburn Public Schools, in collaboration with SCI, will be hosting the Third Community Forum on Race Relations at Woburn Memorial High School on Thursday, April 6, from 7-9pm. Residents of all ages are encouraged to attend! 

This event will focus on identifying action steps that can be taken to address the challenges identified at previous forums, related to the topics of race relations and diversity in Woburn. It is part of the #WoburnUnites series. #WoburnUnites is a homegrown effort dedicated to making Woburn a welcoming place for ALL by creating programming that fosters community and understanding.