Old-Time Traditional Square Dance!

Square Dance

The Real School of Music together with the Woburn Agricultural Commission is pleased to invite you to a traditional Appalachian old-time square dance. Used to be that square dancing could be found in almost any American city or town, danced by young and old, black and white, urban and rural folks alike. Today, it's making a comeback as folks re-discover the sheer joy of a foot-stomping, rollicking, barn-shaking dance party. You'll want to check this out. . . ...and we bet you'll be back for more!

This Friday night, head down to Spence Farm, 41 Wyman Street, for a heel tapping good time!  The dance runs from 8pm- 11pm; tickets are $7.  

Rock for a Reason!

Rock for a Reason

This Friday night will be the 3rd Annual “Rock for a Reason” Benefit Rock Concert at Woburn Memorial High School. 

This event will feature high school rock bands and performers. 

Tickets are $7 for students, and $9 for adults.  All proceeds will benefit the Tanner Ta Ta Foundation. 

For more information, email rockforareason@gmail.com.

Woburn Historical Society Guest Speaker

Howie Carr

Columnist and radio personality Howie Carr will be the guest speaker at this Sunday’s event hosted by the Woburn Historical Society.  Howie will be talking about his new book Hitman: The Untold Story of Johnny Martorano: Whitey Bulger's Enforcer and the Most Feared Gangster in the Underworld. He will be on-hand after the talk to take questions and sign books.  Books will be available for sale.

Please join the Woburn Historical Society in the Flaherty Auditorium at Woburn Memorial High School.  Doors open at 5:30 and the show begins at 6:00.  Please note the time and day change for this program.  This show is being held on Sunday to ensure plenty of parking.

This free event has been made possible by the generous donations of Century 21 Crowley-Braese and Martini Insurance

Parents Without Partners Open House

Parents Without Partners

This Saturday, March 17, at 11am, Parents Without Partners will be holding an Open House for prospective and current members.  Stop by Panera Bread, 296 Mishawum Rd, Woburn, for some coffee and to learn about what Parents Without Partners has to offer you and your child(ren).  Invite your single parent friends to come with you to meet current members and learn more about the group.  For more information, please visit their website:  http://www.pwp817.com/single-parent/.

Volunteer Opportunity of the Week!

Looking for something fun to do this weekend?  The North Suburban YMCA is looking for some volunteers to help out at their March Madness event this Saturday.  Volunteers are needed from 2-5pm to help run craft tables, supervise games in the gym and pool, and generally just make sure families are having fun! 

For more information about this fun opportunity, please contact Rebekah at 781.305.2927 or rscaduto@ymcaboston.org.

March Madness at the YMCA!

Family Fun

This Saturday, there is going to be CRAZY FAMILY FUN at the YMCA!  From 2:30-4:30pm there will be lots of fun and games happening throughout the building.  Stop on by to play some games in the pool and gym, create some crazy crafts, and jump in the bounce house!

Your March Madness 2012 bracelet will gain you admission.  For more information on this exciting event, please call the North Suburban YMCA at 781-935-3270!

Community Supported Agriculture

McCue Garden Center is pleased to celebrate their third summer of offering C.S.A. shares to their customers!  Each week the farm is brought to you with fresh, locally grown, organic vegetables.

This year, McCue Garden Center teamed up with First Light Farm in Hamilton, MA.  Each week from mid-June thru late October (20 weeks), members of the Summer 2012 C.S.A.  receive a box of freshly harvested, local, organic vegetables.  A mid-size share is offered, which provides a perfect amount of vegetables at a great value.  The early season starts with roots, greens, and other cool season crops.  By mid-summer, heat loving crops such as tomatoes and zucchini are coming in.  Early fall brings on the hearty storage crops like winter squash, as well as a new round of the cool season roots and greens.   Each week provides a unique opportunity to eat with the seasons.

The time to sign up is now!  The number of shares is limited, so don't miss out!   

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