The mission of SCI Woburn is to strengthen the community by connecting diverse individuals and organizations through civic engagement initiatives. The SCI Woburn website serves as a community resource connecting residents to volunteer opportunities, community events and resources.

SCI Woburn is seeking interested parties for the 2020 steering committee for WorldFest!  WorldFest is a wonderful community event held each May that celebrates the rich cultural diversity within Woburn as well as the wider world.  The steering committee would meet one weeknight every 3 weeks or so beginning later this month up until the event which will likely be held the third Sunday in May, as usual.  

The Woburn Rec Department is a great resource for residents in all seasons for children, families and adults.  This winter why not take advantage of some of the classes they offer to beat the cold and get some exercise.  Register today for adult fitness classes such as yoga, barre and zumba or children's fitness classes like karate, zumbini, dance and yoga.  There's even a kids painting class on the schedule in February.  Classes begin in January and go through February or March depending on the class.  

Are you studying for your citizenship test?  The International Learning Center is holding FREE citizenship classes at The Woburn Public Library.  The focus of the classes will be on civics, history, government and the interview process.  The classes will be held on Saturdays from 10-12 beginning January 18 and finsihing up on March 7.  To be elligible for this class you must be 18 years old, have a valid residency card and be able to attend classes regularly.

SCI Woburn in cooperation with the YLC,  The Woburn Public Library and The James L.

SCI AmeriCorps Members Loading Recyclables.

Medeiros Crew Recycling will once again be holding appliance, Freon, CRT and electronics recycling drives. The next recycling event is Saturday, December 21st from 9 to 1 at the Spence Farm property located at 41 Wyman Street in Woburn. 

The Pot of Gold raffle distributes $25,000 in prizes each year. The raffle supports the Jamie McKeown Boys & Girls Club of Woburn. Your contribution supports thousands of youth who know our Club as their second home and the place where “Greatness has a voice!”

Tickets cost $100 each and can be split among family & friends.  They also make great gifts!

Image Credit: Circe Denyer

Are you looking for a fun way to connect with the whole family this season?  Why not drop in at The Woburn Public Library for their Family Craft Hour.  On Saturday, December 21 from 4-5pm the whole family can create Solstice Snow Globes.  This is, as always, a free event.  Every month there is a family craft hour so make sure to check their website for more great events.