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Want a great way to swing into spring? Then come out to the Woburn Memorial High School Flaherty Auditorium located at, 88 Montvale Avenue, and enjoy some cool jazz music.  The WMHS fine arts department will be presenting Swing into Spring which will feature the WMHS Jazz Band and the profesional jazz group The Special Edition Big Band. For more information contact Jack Tolli or Mr. Hodgson at the High School. This event is free and open to people of all ages.

During National Volunteer (4/19-4/25), SCI and the City of Woburn will be honoring Woburn community volunteers for all the hard work they do to make Woburn a great place to live and work.  A reception for volunteers at City Hall is a highlight of the week's activities.  If you are an active volunteer or a involved with a community group that would like to have your volunteers invited to the event, please contact Rick Miles, 781-935-2244, or at rmiles@

united way logoUnited Way of Massachusetts Bay and Merrimack Valley announced that Woburn’s Council of Social Concern and Woburn area organization Tri-Cap will receive funds from a $2 million investment to provide individuals and families with emergency assistance for food, heat and other basic needs this winter. Specifically, The Council of Social Concern will use the funds to support its food assistance programs. Tri-Cap will be leveraging the funds to fuel its fuel assistance program which serves residents of Everett, Malden, Medford, Melrose, Stoneham, Winchester and Woburn. Tri-CAP assists metro North communities with fuel assistance, weatherization services, homeless services, legal assistance, childcare and Head Start programs and free income tax preparation services through the Cyber Café at Malden Square.

justice scalesState Rep. Jay Kaufman’s award winning public policy forum, “Open House,” resumes this month with the always-challenging topic of public education. The forum, “Public Education: Overcoming Resistance to Change,” will be held Thursday, March 19th, 7:30 p.m., at the Historic Depot in Lexington Center.  The conversation will begin by looking at and attempting to answers the following questions: Why are schools so hard to change? What kinds of changes are necessary? What happens when you try a new path? What are the obstacles and what are the opportunities?

woburn public libraryA Model-Art Industry: The Work of John Evans, Richardson's Architectural Sculptor, given by Ann Clifford, Curator of H.H. Richardson's Stonehurst in Waltham.  The event will be held at the Woburn Public Library at 45 Pleasant Street from 2 PM to 4 PM, and is sponsored by the trustees of the Woburn Public Library with the Society of Architectural Historians, New England Chapter, Trinity Church, Boston, and Stonehurst, Waltham. Admission is free, and the doors will open at 1:45 PM. Clifford will discuss the work of John Evans, a British carver who routinely worked with H. H. Richardson and set up shop adjacent to Norcross Brothers, Richardson's builders. 

ymca logoWondering what to do with the kids once school ends or kids want to do something fun?  The North Suburban YMCA, located at 137 Lexington Street in Woburn is holding Summer Camp once again!  So come in and check out all the awesomeness at one of three Summer Camp Open Houses this March; Saturday, March 14th, 9:00am to Noon, Sunday, March 22nd, 2:00pm-4:00pm, and Monday, March 30, 6:00pm-8:00pm!

Join us for the second annual SCI Social Capitalist Luncheon honoring Jarrett Barrios, Marisa Luse and other Community Social Capitalists, for all that they have done to help improve their communities.  This year’s event will take place at the Radisson Hotel in Boston on Wednesday, April 1st.  Learn more about who is a Social Capitalist and about this year’s luncheon through our website at: