The Woburn Residents Environmental Network (WREN) presents Woburn’s Ninth Annual Native American Pow Wow at Berry Meadow, Altavesta School, located at 990 Main St., Route 38, in North Woburn on Saturday, July 30, and Sunday July 31, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The grand entry will be at noon on both days.
The event features traditional Native American drumming, singing, dancing, storytelling, sacred fire ceremony, traditional arts and crafts, and Native American food.
Come and listen to the haunting music provided by native drums and flutes. Come watch colorful dancers. (You can even dance with them yourself).
Thursday, June 30 - It was beautiful night for a concert at Horn Pond, it was breezy and Ice House Park filled right up with people excited to see a concert. The McTeggarts, a crowd favorite, played traditional Irish music for two solid hours, without stopping to take a break for the second year in a row. Attendees ranged in age from 2 weeks old to 90-something! Many attendees enjoyed picnic dinners and snacks, while those that forgot to pack their own, stood in line at the ice cream truck for pizza slices or ice cream. This concert was coordinated by Social Capital Inc. along with the North Suburban YMCA and WREN (Woburn Residents’ Environmental Network) and sponsored by by Sean Coakley and Atlantic Power Cleaning Corporation.
We hope to see you at the next Summer Concert, this Friday, July 8! Click here for the full concert schedule.