WREN

WREN is proud to present Woburn's 8th Annual Native American Pow Wow.  This gathering will take place at Berry Meadow (now Altavesta Field), Route 38, N. Woburn, MA.  The event takes place from 10 AM to 5 PM, Saturday July 31st and August 1st, with grand entry beginning at noon both days. Come and enjoy the Arts, Crafts, Music & Story Telling by Native Americans representing many tribes from all around the New England Area.  You can also join in on the dancing.  There will be candy and prizes for the kids during the "Candy Dance". (All Free!)

Diana & Paul's next "Bird Walk"

From date: 
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.

WREN On Saturday, Woburn's own "Mother Nature" and WREN president, Gerry Kehoe will be leading a Nature Walk around the Lagoon Area of Horn Pond's
Conservation Area. So come on down and bring the kids...nieces, nephews,
grandchildren or even someone else's kids. (If none of them are available, bring yourself).

Horn Pond Nature Walk

From date: 
Sat, 06/12/2010 - 9:00am

WREN

On Saturday, Woburn's own "Mother Nature" and WREN president, Gerry Kehoe will be leading a Nature Walk around the Lagoon Area of Horn Pond's
Conservation Area. So come on down and bring the kids...nieces, nephews,
grandchildren or even someone else's kids. (If none of them are available, bring yourself).

Heimlichs

Come and join Cheryl Heimlich from Heimlich's Nurseries in Woburn on Saturday, May 29th, 2010 from 9-10am. Cheryl will teach you how to create a lush and fruitful garden.

You will learn:
* What to plant and when to plant
* Basics of soil preparation
* Companion planting and container gardening
* Plant care and maintenance
* Tips for increasing your garden's yield