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Iyeoka & The Funk Tribe
Yesterday's CoffeeHouse featured Iyeoka Ivie Okoawo and the Funk Tribe.

The Boston-based Nigerian-American performing artist and poet, along with her band The Funk Tribe, played an invigorating 49-minute set for the enthusiastic crowd.

The evening opened with a performance by SCI members Heather Gately on vocals and Mike Sances on guitar. When it came time for open mic, frequent CoffeeHouse attendee Donna Nagle played two songs for the audience, followed by three songs from Belkys Velez, and two poems from Brendan Trider, who closed the show.

Coffee was donated by the Starbuck's Coffee at 200 West Cummings Park. We look forward to seeing everyone at our next CoffeeHouse on April 23rd.

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The Woburn Coffee House is made possible by the Woburn Arts/Culture Initiative with Northwest Suburban Health Alliance/CHNA 15 DoN funds from Lahey Clinic.

The CoffeeHouse held Wednesday, March 12th, featured Jacob Fitzhugh. The guitarist, singer and songwriter performed a series of classic covers and some original pieces. SCI Woburn Outreach and Technology Coordinator, Heather Gately, also took the mic to belt out an acapella rendition of a 70's classic!

Refreshments for this CoffeeHouse were donated by Roma's Bakery and coffee was donated by the Starbuck's Coffee at 200 West Cummings Park. All in all the CoffeeHouse was a rousing success, and we look forward to seeing everyone at our next CoffeeHouse on March 26th.

If you would like to stay informed about upcoming Woburn Arts & Culture Today events click here, enter your email address, and from the list choose "Woburn Arts & Culture Today"!

The Woburn Coffee House is made possible by the Woburn Arts/Culture Initiative with Northwest Suburban Health Alliance/CHNA 15 DoN funds from Lahey Clinic.

The Woburn Youth Council (WYC) Mini-Grant Award recipients for 2008 are addressing a variety of issues. Although some projects are annual, they uniquely touch the lives of Woburn residents every year. This year’s projects are focused on beautification, conflict resolution, literacy and domestic improvements.