Free Concert at Jack Marlowe Park

North Shore Acappella


Be sure to head over to Jack Marlowe Park for The BrickYard’s free concert this evening, May 30! Tonight’s featured group is North Shore Acappella, www.northshoreacappella.com.  The show will begin at 6pm; bring your own lawn chair.

St. Anthony Festival

St. Anthony Festival

St. Anthony of Padua Parish will hold its annual celebration in honor of its patron saint Saturday, June 9, 2012, beginning with the 4:00 Mass.  Immediately following the Mass a procession will be held carrying the church’s statue of St. Anthony.  Following the religious activities, the parish’s traditional St. Anthony Festival will take place for the remainder of the evening, featuring food, beverages, games, music, raffles, amusements and entertainment for both adults and children. 

Volunteer Opportunity of the Week!

Volunteers are needed to help place flags on veterans’ graves.  Extra hands are most needed this coming Friday at Calvary Cemetery. The American Legion leads the flag effort there, starting at 10 a.m. The flag-placing takes about an hour.

On Saturday, volunteers are needed to assist the VFW placing flags at Woodbrook Cemetery, also starting at 10 a.m.

Sunflower Planting!

From date: 
Tue, 06/05/2012 - 3:30pm

The Woburn Public Library will be holding a sunflower planting on Tuesday, June 5, at 3:30 pm.  All ages are welcome to come help plant the seeds!

This event is handicapped accessible.  If accommodations are required, please call the library at 781-933-0148 for further information.

Help Woburn Win a Free Orchard!

Woburn's Spence Farm is in the running to get a free fruit orchard from Edy's Fruit Bars. When I last checked, Woburn was 5th in the voting. My understanding is that if we can hold that place by May 31st, we will be one of the winners of this great resource to bring more fresh fruit and trees to our community. 

You can vote every day in this contest. Visit the contest site here, and enter Woburn's zip code of 01801 to find and vote for the Woburn entry. It is listed as "Woburn Agricultural Commission", the entity that has submitted the grant. Be sure to tell your friends you've voted and ask them to do the same! Here is the link one more time: http://www.communitiestakeroot.com/

Pastel Painting Demonstration

On Thursday, May 17 at 7pm, Karla K. Cook will demonstrate her techniques for pastel painting. “If you paint what you love, people will love what you paint.  I have found that using my love of animals with my love of painting makes for a winning combination. With each animal I paint, I attempt to bring that animal’s personality through the painting to the viewer. My greatest success is seeing a smile flash across someone’s face when they look at my paintings.”  This demonstration is put on by the Woburn Guild of Artists, and will take place at New Horizons at Choate, in the Terrace Lounge.  

7th Annual Horn Pond Memorial Lantern Walk

Join us for the 7th Annual Horn Pond Memorial Lantern Walk on Sunday May 27 at 7:00pm. Gather at Horn Pond, Lake Avenue/Pump House parking area and lanterns will light our way for the 7th Annual Horn Pond Memorial Lantern Walk. We walk together and remember the lives and love of our friends, classmates, and family who passed on, as we carry our lanterns around this beautiful wonder of nature once called Lake Innitou by the native population.

Make a lantern at one of our workshops, bring yours from last year or make a donation and choose a ready made lantern at the pond. All volunteer effort by Soul Lanterns. All donations go to the Friends of Mary Cummings Park non-profit group working to protect this vast local parkland.

Workshops are scheduled for the public at Whole Foods Market from 4 pm to 7 pm Monday, May 21 Wednesday, May 23 Friday, May 25 If you would like to host your own, we can help. For more information or to volunteer email: soullanterns@gmail.com or telephone 781.267.3720.

Special Thanks to Spontaneous Celebrations, WREN, City of Woburn, David P. Hunt Event Management. (Medical services), and for the logo art: Meghan Lutz
 

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