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On Thursday, February 20 the Woburn Guild of Artists will host an In-the-Round Demonstration at the New Horizons Terrace Lounge located at 21 Warren Ave. This event will take place at 7:00 pm. Art lovers will have the opportunity to get up close to about five of the Woburn Guild of Artists members who will have their easels and tables set up to show their talents, skills, and techniques. This is a great chance for attendees to learn more about art, ask the artists questions, and mingle with other art lovers.

new horizonsWant to learn more fascinating histories and mysteries of Woburn?  This Friday, November 14th at the New Horizons building on 21 Warren Ave, local author Marie Coady will be having a reading from  and signing copies of her new book, "Woburn: Hidden Tales of a Tannery Town". This event is a great opportunity to learn more about local history and share knowledge and ideas with other members of the community. It will be held at 7 PM. and all are welcome to attend.  Light refreshments will be provided at the event.

Woburn Guild of ArtistsThis Thursday November 13th, the Woburn Guild of Artists will be presenting a demonstration by Forensic Artist Lt Det. Jerry Scalley from the Woburn Police Department.  The meeting and demo on pencil drawing will be held in the Terrace Lounge at New Horizons on 21 Warren Ave. at 7PM. The meetings are open to the public. Admission is free to Guild members, and there is a $3.00 fee for non-members.  

New Horizons at Choate is looking for a member of the Woburn community that would like to call bingo for them at 1:30 p.m. on Mondays and Wednesdays. For more information please contact Frances Gedzium, the Director of Activities for New Horizons at 781-932-8000.EQT Support Boost

A Walk Down Memory Lane

Thu, 12/13/2007 - 5:00am

A Walk Down Memory Lane is a one-of-a-kind film experience, designed specifically for people living with memory loss and their loved ones. Short clips from classic films will be shown, immediately followed by audience discussion and reminiscence, guided by a moderator.

Originally presented in partnership with The Tribeca Film Institute, this program demonstrates how film can be a form of treatment for people living with cognitive impairment. It shows how film has the power to connect us with our deep-rooted emotional memories ~~ the kind that never leave us.