Fall Festival with St. Barbara's Church

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The nights are starting to get chilly, but the days are still beautiful. So why not get outside and enjoy yourself this Saturday, September 22 for St. Barbara's Fall Festival! There will be fun and activities for all ages! The Festival begins at 10am and runs until 5pm. The festival will include pony rides, bouncy house, caricatures, a clown, balloon animals, face painting, pumpkin decorating, make your own sundae, and so much more! At 4pm, join the children's choir for a Folk Mass and from 5-7pm there will be a pasta and meatball dinner ($6 Adults, $3 children), yummy! The festival will be held at 138 Cambridge Road in Woburn. For more information, click here.

Gourmet Cooking Class at St. Charles School

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Want the chance to brush up on your gourmet cooking skills? Then come to this fun and informative cooking demonstration presented by The Easy Gourmet. Vinnie "The Shoe" Ferlisi will be there to show you new recipe ideas, sauteing techniques and knife skills. The demonstration will be held at the St. Charles School Cafeteria (8 Myrtle Street, Woburn) on Wednesday, September 26 from 6:30-8:00pm. 

Annual Fall Festival at the Woburn Senior Center!

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In recognition of National Senior Center Week, the Woburn Senior Center will be hosting a health and information fair on Friday, September 28 from 9:00am-12:00pm. The event is open to all age groups and will include numerous participants such as the Council of Social Concern, Friends Helping Seniors, New Horizons at Choate, City of Woburn Board of Health, Woburn Public Library, Social Capital Inc. and many more! To see a full list of participants, click here.

Big Happenings at Spence Farm This Weekend!

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As always, this Sunday, September 16 from 10:00am-2:00pm, the farmer’s market at Spence Farm will be in full swing. Lyn-Dell Farm will be selling their fantastic grilled hamburgers and sausages and will have raffles of various items with all proceeds going to the Council of Social Concern. There will also be a collection of canned goods and non-perishable food items for the food pantry at the Council of Social Concern. On Saturday, September 15, there are two big happenings at Spence Farm that you should know about! 

5k Run/2 Mile Healthwalk Supporting the Middlesex GBS Support Group

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The Middlesex GBS CIDP Support Group Inc is having a 5K run/2 mile healthwalk on Sunday, September 16 at Horn Pond. The Middlesex GBS Support Group is there to support survivors, friends, and families who are coping with GBS. Guillain-Barre Syndrome is a rare inflammatory disease affecting the nerves around the brain and spinal cord. If you would like to support this cause, registration starts at 9am, the walk begins at 9:45am, and the run begins at 10:15am. For more information, click here.

St. Charles Borromeo 150th Anniversary Run

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The St. Charles Borromeo Parish will be celebrating its 150th Anniversary by having a 5K run and a 1.5 mile walk this Sunday, September 16. Registration begins at 11am in the rectory parking lot and the event will start at 2pm. After the race, join the St. Charles Borromeo Parish for a cookout and refreshments. There will be hamburgers and hot dogs cooked by Boy Scout Troop 502. For more information about this event, click here.

“Laugh Out Loud” Comedy, Dinner, and Dancing – Friday, September 28

Who says you have to brave Boston traffic for an exciting night out? Join us at the luxurious Montvale Plaza in Stoneham for dinner, dancing, and the legendary comedy of Massachusetts native, Tony V. On Friday, September 28th, from 6 – 10pm, you can enjoy the comedy of Showtime’s “funniest person in Massachusetts,” then get up and move your feet to the classic-rock stylings of local band Strictly Overtime. One hundred percent of Laugh Out Loud’s ticket sales benefit NuPath Inc., a community provider of job-training and educational services for people with cognitive disabilities, autism spectrum disorder, and acquired brain injury.


 

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