Horn Pond Summer Concert Series 2015 Lineup

Great news folks! We are ready to announce the 2015 Horn Pond Summer Concert Series Lineup! A committee of civic(and music) -minded committee members gets together every year to figure out which bands/performance groups Woburn wants to hear, and this year looks to be our most exciting! This year’s concert series will again be held at Ice House Park at Horn Pond.

Local Authors Visit Woburn Public Library

On Thursday, June 25, at 7PM at the WPL to celebrate the work of two local authors: Morgan Crooks and Nick Mancuso.

Morgan Crooks has had his stories published in the Daily Science Fiction website as well as in anthologies released by Burnt Offerings, Dark Hall Press, and Mystery and Horror LLC. By day, he teaches ancient history. Essays and reviews are also available on his blog ancientlogic.blogspot.com.

Nick Mancuso earned his Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing from Fairfield University and he teaches writing workshops at the Woburn Public Library. His work has appeared in Spry Literary Journal, Foliate Oak Literary Magazine and the Garbanzo Literary Journal, among others. You can visit his website at www.nickmancuso.net or follow him on Twitter at twitter.com/Nick_Mancuso
 

Woburn Girl Scouts Paint Nite Fundraiser- June 28

Woburn Girl Scouts will be having a Paint Nite fundraiser on June 28th at the South End Italian Club, 44 Fowle St. in Woburn, starting at 5:00pm. There will be a potluck and the bar will be open to purchase drinks. The purpose of this fundraiser is to help with the cost of the 2015-2016 town wide Girl Scout events. This Paint Night is for adults only. 
 

5% Day at Whole Foods Woburn Benefits BGCW

This Wednesday, June 10 is 5% Day at Whole Foods Market Woburn and we are so excited!

5% of all net sales on June 10 will go to fitness and nutrition programs at the James L. McKeown Boys and Girls Club of Woburn, which is pretty cool indeed! 

We are fortunate to have such a generous market in our community. We hope to see you there! Thank you, Whole Foods Market!
 

Greek Festival at the Annunciation of The Virgin Mary Church- June 12, 13 and 14

It’s Festival Time in Woburn MA!

Rain or Shine, under the big tent or inside the beautiful Hellenic Community Center (70 Montvale Ave, Woburn, MA)

Authentic Greek Cooking, Baking, and Music!

You will enjoy succulent lamb, chicken souvlaki, gyro and all your traditional favorites. But save room for their world famous pastries made from only the highest quality ingredients following recipes handed down from generation to generation.

For more information, see here!
 

MaryBeth Linehan Maes- First of Horn Pond Summer Concert Series, June 26

The Horn Pond Summer Concert Series is a collection of free concerts designed to promote community spirit organized by SCI and sponsored by local businesses. This year’s concert series will again be held at Ice House Park at Horn Pond. Ice House Park is the name of the flat grassy area that runs along Sturgis Street, to the right of the boat ramp. An exciting lineup of bands is  scheduled this year! All the concerts will be held on Friday evenings, unless a rain date is needed

The first scheduled performance is on Friday, June 26 at 6:00pm, where we will be delighted by MaryBeth Linehan Maes, sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of Woburn. She will be performing interactive children's music!

The rain date will be Thursday, July 2 (if need be, but let's hope for sun!) 

More about MaryBeth Linehan Maes:

MaryBeth Linehan Maes has been singing/performing in and around New England for over 25 years, and was classically trained as a teenager. After having her daughter Madeline, she realized that teaching children through music was something she thoroughly enjoyed. She has original songs that teach the 4 seasons, counting, fun hand and body movements along with silly dancing and singing and more. MaryBeth also incorporates old favorites in her children's programs. She performs at local libraries and pre-schools, enjoying every moment of this part of her life as a musician. http://www.facebook.com/marybethlinehanmaes
 

SCI Woburn Seeks Volunteer for Summer "Week in Woburn"

Do you consider yourself a person who knows a lot about what's going on in the Wu, or do you want to become one? Consider volunteering with SCI Woburn this summer, as we need someone to write our summer editions of the Week in Woburn! In July and August, we need someone to write the Week in Woburn every other week, which includes 2-4 short articles, and 4 calendar events. 

This is a two-hour, every other week commitment, and can go to anyone from high school aged students to retirees! There is some technology involved (using Constant Contact, the SCI Woburn website, etc), so training in June is provided, and there is staff support as well! 

Anyone interested should contact Brian at BKibler@socialcapitalinc.org! 

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