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.

At our next CoffeeHouse we will have as our featured perfomer, Pete Crowley and the Mirror Neurons.

Pete CrowleyA year ago, Pete Crowley was at an open mic and was urged to play. After not having played before an audience in at least five years, since his days as Serendipity frontman, he was finally convinced. Soon after he began playing at venues throughout the region. Recently the "Mirror Neurons" have been added to his sound, creating an organic fullness. Influenced by everything from bebop to Pantera to Howlin Wolf to Leonard Cohen, Pete Crowley and the Mirror Neurons' sound is innovative digestion and amalgamation of their panoply of influences.






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Visit Pete’s MySpace page for more information.

This Woburn CoffeeHouse will take place on February 27th from 7-9pm at the North Suburban YMCA. For more info, please click here.

The Woburn CoffeeHouse is made possible by the Woburn Arts/Culture Initiative with Northwest Suburban Health Alliance/CHNA 15 DoN funds from Lahey Clinic.

Boston Cares

Boston Cares has numerous corporate partners looking for group volunteer projects in the greater Woburn area. Volunteer projects are generally 4-6 hours, for groups of 25-50 volunteers, and can include anything from painting and repairs to sorting donations or activities with clients. Boston Cares organizes and leads team oriented volunteer opportunities and services in Greater Boston.

Event Cancellation Notice

From date: 
Wed, 02/13/2008 - 2:00pm

Tonight’s CoffeeHouse at the YMCA is being rescheduled due to the inclement weather. The next Woburn Arts & Culture Today CoffeeHouse is scheduled for the 27th of February. We look forward to seeing you there!

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us by clicking here, or calling 781-935-2244.

If you would like to stay informed about upcoming Woburn Arts & Culture Today events click here, enter your email address, and from the list choose “Woburn Arts & Culture Today”!

The Woburn CoffeeHouse is made possible by the Woburn Arts/Culture Initiative with Northwest Suburban Health Alliance/CHNA 15 DoN funds from Lahey Clinic.

On Tuesday January 29, 2008 the Woburn Youth Council conducted the annual Youth and Adult Connections Forum at New Horizons.

The primary objective of the forum was for youth to engage in a dialogue centered on civic concerns. Youth contributed creative ways to improve their community and adults brought a sense of reason and practicality to executing the new ideas. Bridging the generational gap always enlightens youth and enhances their ability to find solutions.

Social Capital Inc (SCI) is proud to announce the Woburn Arts & Culture Today events publication. The publication consists of an artist directory and events calendar. The directory will be used to provide information regarding local performers, musicians and artisans. All Woburn artists are encouraged to click here and post their information in the directory. The calendar will be used to highlight and promote cultural events in and around Woburn. Presently, SCI is seeking submissions from local performers, musicians, artisans, agencies and programs for individual contact information and upcoming cultural events for Spring 2008. The deadline for submissions for our spring brochure will be February 22, 2008.

On Monday, January 21st, 2008, SCI Woburn was involved in two Woburn events honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

The Woburn community celebrated the life and legacy of Dr. King on Monday afternoon. A luncheon was held, while the Drum Major Awards were given to Woburn humanitarians for their civic contributions over the last year, scholarships were awarded, and Dr. King's impact on improving our nation's quality of life was remembered as well. SCI Woburn member Amanda Richardson and Program Director Crystal Johnson were in attendance.

The Woburn Youth Council has released applications for their mini-grant program. Mini-grants can be used for youth driven community projects. Grants awards range anywhere from $100-$1500. All Woburn youth are encouraged to apply. Members of the Youth Council will be present at a table in the cafeteria of Woburn Memorial High School from January 14th - 18th and January 28th - February 1st. The final grant application will be due on Friday, February 8th. Applications can either be turned in at the Woburn Boys & Girls Club or turned in via email.