Brickyard Fall Concert Series

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Sat, 09/15/2012 - 12:00pm

Brickyard Fall Concert Series

On September 15, from Noon until 11 PM the Brickyard in Woburn will be hosting its Fall Concert Series at the Jack Marlowe Park, 371 Main Street in Woburn.

There will be entertainment and concessions at the event, with admission price of  $5 (children under 12 admitted free).  A portion of the ticket price is to benefit the Woburn Public Library. 

The Library Trustees will hold a drawing for two gift cards - $250.00 and $500.00.

Spence Farm Song Session


This Sunday, June 17, from 11am-12pm, there will be a Song Session at Spence Farm.  Bring your friends, family, and acoustic instruments for a fun time!  This song session will be a time and place where community members can enjoy making music together for the fun of it—there are no concerts to prepare for or weekly commitments! 

For more information, please contact Donna at

Old-Time Traditional Square Dance Series!

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Fri, 03/23/2012 - 8:00pm
Come on down to the farm!
Old-Time Traditional 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.

Volunteer Opportunity of the Week!

Music staff

Calling all musicians!

Searching for a new audience or jamming partner? NuPath is looking for musicians of all kinds to liven up our informal Tuesday Music Nights in Woburn with NuPath clients and staff! You don’t have to be a pro; you just have to be musical and giving! To make a difference with music, apply online at, email, or call 781-935-7057 x3092.

Learn more about NuPath at!

Final Concert This Friday for the 2011 Horn Pond Summer Concert Series

Jandee Lee Porter Band

The Horn Pond Summer Concert Series concludes its free concert series this Friday, August 26 with the Jandee Lee Porter Band. This concert will begin at 6:45 p.m., due to the earlier sunset this time of year. It will take place at Horn Pond, along the flat grassy area of Sturgis St., otherwise known as Ice House Park. For more information on this band and other bands that played the Horn Pond Summer Concert Series this year, please visit

The Jandee Lee Porter Band is sponsored by McCue Garden Center who will be cooking fresh corn on the cob again this year for the crowd! Visit them at 200 Cambridge Road in Woburn or on their website at: The SCI table will once again be collecting any non-perishable food donations for Social Concern.

Get Ready for a Beatles Invasion in Woburn!

BeatleTracksThe Beatles are coming! The Beatles are coming! Well, not the actual Beatles, but a band called BeatleTracks. This band is scheduled to play at Horn Pond in Woburn on Saturday, August 20 starting at 6:45 p.m. This tribute band is based here in Massachusetts and this performance is being sponsored by Dunkin Donuts of Woburn Center. They are committed to performing the authentic sounding music of the Beatles live in concert (including the Beatles solo careers).  Formed in 2002 the band was drawn together by their love of the Beatles and the desire to keep alive the sounds that have brought them so much joy.

Mishawum Choral Society rehearsals

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Tue, 09/06/2011 - 7:30pm

The Mishawum Choral Society begins rehearsals for the fall season on Tuesday, September 6, 2011 at 7:30 PM in the sanctuary of the First Baptist Church in Woburn Center (corner of Main and Winn Streets).  The group holds open rehearsals during the month of September and welcomes new members who have experience in four-part choral singing and can read along with sheet music.  Concerts are performed in the Crawford Memorial Methodist Church in Winchester.  For more information, go to website or call 781-438-4379.

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