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!   

Community Conversation at Woburn Public Library

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On Sunday, March 18th, Woburn Public Library volunteer Linda Olsson will present the next Community Conversation, screening over 100 photographs from the Patrick Farino Collection.  The program is free and open to all. 

THE WORK OF 1000

Marion Stoddart

The Mystic River Watershed Association is proud to host the award-winning film The Work of 1000, about our very own Massachusetts environmental visionary, Marion Stoddart followed by a lively talk with Marion herself.

Join us on Thursday, March 22 for this exhilarating success story and an evening of energizing discussion with an ordinary citizen who realized her power to make a difference. Learn how Marion's story can be used here in the Mystic River Watershed! 

This program is in celebration of MyRWA’s 40th year, and is dedicated to the 40th Anniversary of the Clean Water Act, key legislation that enables our work for clean water in one of the most urban and densely populated watersheds in the Commonwealth.

"Majestic Montana" Lecture

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Tue, 03/13/2012 - 6:30pm
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On Tuesday, March 13, there will be a lecture: "Majestic Montana" in the Joyce Middle School Auditorium.  This lecture is part of the Burbeen Free Lecture Series.  Admission is free; the lecture begins at 6:30pm.  

Volunteer Opportunity of the Week!

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Join Woburn Residents Environmental Network (WREN) weekly walks around Horn Pond in Woburn!  Enjoy the view, watch for birds and other wildlife, and meet others who appreciate and care about Woburn's natural ares, while helping keep the area beautiful for everyone to enjoy.

Meet WREN members Rod Flynn, Lisa Weiss, and others on Saturday mornings at 9am at Ice House Park on Sturgis Street.

For more information about WREN events or to join the weekly walks, email Rod Flynn at fvirgos01801@aol.com.  

Coupon Class Fundraiser

On Tuesday, March 27 at 6:00pm, St. Charles School will host "How to Shop for Free", a coupon class taught by coupon expert Kathy Spencer.
 
Kathy is author of the book, How to Shop for Free: Shopping secrets for smart women who love to get something for nothing and star of the PBS special, How to Shop for Free.
 
Gather all of your bargain-loving friends and come out for a night that will change your life, one coupon at a time! Kathy will share her secrets on how to shop for free. Learn to combine store promotions, coupons, rewards programs, and store credits to maximize savings.

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