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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.

5kRun/2 Mile Healthwalk

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Sun, 09/16/2012 - 9:00am
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The Middlesex GBS CIDP Support Group, Inc. is having a 5K run/2 mile healthwalk on Sunday, September 16 to support those coping with Guillain-Barre Syndrome (GBS). 

The healthwalk will take place at Horn Pond. Registration starts at 9am, the walk begins at 9:45am, and the run begins at 10:15pm. 

If you're interested in supporting this cause, click here for more information.

Swingin' Concert on Friday!

This past Friday, July 20, The Love Dogs performed at Horn Pond as part of the Horn Pond Summer Concert Series.  They played to a multigenerational crowd of about 300 people who enjoyed the music, the cooler temperature, and watching the swing dancers.  Studio 665 Dance Studio provided two dance instructors who taught different swing dance steps to interested participants.  Everyone in attendance had a great time.  Many thanks go out to the band for their wonderful performance, and to Bill Sullivan, financial advisor for Edward Jones Financial, for sponsoring this concert. 
 
The next concert in the Horn Pond Summer Concert Series will take place on Friday, August 10, from 6-8pm.  The featured band will be the Pan Loco Steel Band, a calypso band based out of Boston.  

Great Concert by Brian Maes Band at Ice House Park!

The Brian Maes Band performing at Ice House Park

This past Friday, July 13, the Brian Maes Band performed at Horn Pond as part of the Horn Pond Summer Concert Series.  They played a number of songs from their newest CD “Collateral Damage” to a very spread out crowd of approximately 300 people who enjoyed the cooling and constant breeze off of Horn Pond.  In addition, they played music from bands they have toured and recorded with such as The J. Geils Band, Pat Benatar, and John Cafferty and the Beaver Brown Band

MaryBeth Maes, Brian Mae’s wife, drew from her Woburn roots to help ensure a solid audience.  MaryBeth and Brian’s daughter, Madeline, sang a song she recently wrote, proving musical talent runs deep in the Maes family.  The crowd was well entertained by the great concert put on by the Brian Maes Band.  Many thanks go out to the band for their wonderful performance, and to Michael de la Maza for sponsoring this concert.  

Concert at Horn Pond-- The Love Dogs

The Love Dogs

The Horn Pond Summer Concert Series will continue this Friday, July 20, with The Love Dogs, a local swing band, sponsored by Bill Sullivan, Financial Advisor for Edward Jones The concert will take place from 7 to 9 pm at Horn Pond, along the flat grassy area of Sturgis Street, otherwise known as Ice House Park.

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History Walk of Horn Pond

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Sun, 07/15/2012 - 5:30pm

On Sunday, July 15, Gerry Kehoe will be conducting a History Walk of Horn Pond.  It will be a sunset walk around the pond, starting at Ice House Park at 5:30pm.  Bring insect repellent, and leave the dogs at home.

First Concert in the 2012 Horn Pond Summer Concert Series!

Revels' Glen

The Horn Pond Summer Concert Series kicks off this Friday, June 29, with the popular Irish band, Revels’ Glen. The concert is from 7 to 9 p.m. at Horn Pond, along the flat grassy area of Sturgis Street, otherwise known as Ice House Park. This concert is sponsored by McCue Garden Center, who will be providing free steamed corn for the whole crowd.
 
Revels’ Glen creates traditional Irish folk music that makes you want to stand up and join in. 

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