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6th Annual Horn Pond Memorial Lantern Walk

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Sun, 05/29/2011 - 7:00pm

Gather at Horn Pond, Lake Avenue/Pump House Parking Area.

Lanterns light our way for the 6th Annual Lantern Walk. We walk together and remember the lives and spirits of our friends, classmates, and family who have died.

Make a lantern at one of our workshops, bring yours from last year or make a donation for one at the pond. Lanterns will be available for a donation at the event. Suggested donation $5 to $20 All donations go to the Friends of Mary Cummings Park.

Horn Pond Day

Come one and all to a great family fun-filled community event hosted by the Lions Clubs of Woburn and Winchester on Saturday, May 21 from 9 to 4 p.m.

Water activites, hot air balloon rides, crafters, animal rides and more.

The Mood Elevators Wrap-Up a Great Summer Concert Series at Horn Pond

Picture of People at ConcertThe Mood Elevators capped-off the 2010 Woburn Summer Concert Series at Horn Pond, playing their wonderful Swing music for all who were there to listen and dance.  Due to the impending darkness, a sign that fall is coming, the band had to wrap-up a bit earlier than expected, as it became hard for t

2010 Woburn Summer Concert Series Wraps-Up With The Mood Elevators

The Mood ElevatorsThe 2010 Woburn Summer Concert Series concludes this Friday, August 20th, with a free concert featuring The Mood Elevators.  This final concert, sponsored by Stoneham Bank, will take place from 7-9 p.m. at Horn Pond, along the flat grassy area of Sturgis St., otherwise known as Ice House Park.
Get "in the Mood" with The Mood Elevators! Three strong solo artists blend in tight vocal harmony to perform a combination of standard and original arrangements that breathe new life into some of the best-loved standards of the Swing Era, putting a fresh face on nostalgia with a fun, upbeat performance style. Our repertoire includes dance-floor favorites from the 1930s and 1940s as well as obscure gems from the early decades of the 20th Century, and we've performed with some of the best musicians in the Boston area. Sweet and sentimental or rousing and raucous, "The Stuff Is Here!"  Go to www.moodelevators.com for more information.

Bring your family, friends and lawn chairs to Ice House Park to enjoy this free concert.  With generous support from local businesses, the Concert Series is free to the public.  If rain is expected, the alternate (indoor) venue will be the gym at the North Suburban YMCA, located at 137 Lexington St. in Woburn.

The Woburn Summer Concert Series is coordinated by Social Capital Inc. (SCI), North Suburban Y, Woburn Residents’ Environmental Network (WREN), and the Woburn Redevelopment Authority.  A special thank you goes out to Tucker Quinn and the Woburn DPW for their logistical assistance.

For more information about the 2010 Woburn Summer Concert Series or the bands we have chosen, please go to www.sciwoburn.org.  For information on sponsoring a 2011 concert or becoming a member of the 2011 Woburn Summer Concert Committee, contact Karen Rice at (781) 935-2244 or krice@socialcapitalinc.org.

The McTeggarts Play to a Crowd of Nearly 600

Friday, August 6th - It was perfect night for a concert at Horn Pond, the humidity had lifted and it was cool and breezy enough to keep the bugs at bay.  The Woburn DPW had worked their magic of cleaning the grassy area in front of the stage, known as Ice House Park, and The McTeggarts, a crowd favorite, played their traditional Irish music for two solid hours, without stopping to take a break.  A

Bagboys Concert was a Success


The second concert in the 2010 Horn Pond Summer Concert Series took place on Friday, July 9th and was a huge success.  The concert featured the Bagboys, a bluegrass band, and drew a crowd of 250.  The concert was coordinated by Social Capital Inc. along with the North Suburban YMCA, WREN (Woburn Residents’ Environmental Network), Woburn Arts & Culture and sponsored by Sean P. Coakley of Atlantic Power Cleaning Corp.

Diana & Paul's next "Bird Walk"

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Sun, 07/18/2010 - 5:00pm

This walk caters to beginner birders. Join Diana and Paul as they explore the varied habitats of the Horn Pond Conservation Area. In search of local breeding birds: Prairie Warbler, Field Sparrow, Indigo Bunting, Brown Thrasher and Eastern Towhee.  This walk has terrain that may be uneven with muddy areas possible. Be sure to wear good walking shoes and bring Bug Spray and your cameras of course.

This trip is co-sponsored with the Brookline Bird Club, Menotomy Bird Club
and WREN.
Meeting Place: Lake Ave Parking Lot (South end of Horn Pond near Gold Star

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