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Pamela Steebler to Play Horn Pond Summer Concert Series

Wrapping-up our 2014 Summer Concert Series, Pamela Steebler is scheduled to play on Friday, August 22 at Horn Pond. This concert will take place from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Ice House Park section of Horn Pond, near the intersection of Beacon St. and Sturgis St. In the event of inclement weather, the rain date for this concert will be Friday, August 29. This concert is being graciously sponsored by Colonial Liquors of Woburn. Colonial now offers beverage catering for parties of all sizes. For more information, please visit their website at: colonialpackagestore.com 

Pamela was born in Canada and grew up in Brazil. She grew up listening to the Beatles, Rolling Stones, James Taylor, Carol King and the Bee Gees. She started singing very young and as a teenager, she was influenced by the music of Christina Aguilera and Britney Spears.Today, her music incorporates pop with rock-n-roll and soul. She can also sing in English and Portuguese.

May Institute Fifth Annual Carnival

The May Center School for Autism and Developmental Disabilities will host its fifth annual Carnival on Saturday, August 23rd RAIN or SHINE. All are welcome! This event promises to be fun for all ages! Food and drink will be available to purchase.

Carnival activities and games will include: dunk tank, bouncy house, duck pond, chuck-a-duck, noodle archery, face-painting, bean bag toss, temporary tattoos, tons of raffle prizes and much more!

Friends of Woburn Veterans Bike Run

Please join the Friends of Woburn Veterans and the American Legion Riders Chapter 273 for the 2nd Annual Friends of Woburn Veterans Bike Run on Saturday, August 23, 2014 (Rain Date: August 24, 2014). The ride starts and ends at The Son’s of Italy Hall, located at 168 Lexington St., Woburn MA. Registration takes place from 8:00 – 9:45 AM and kick-stands up at 10:00 AM.

Cub Scouts Fall Registration

It’s that time of year again to sign-up for Cub Scout early bird registration. If you want your son (first grade or higher) to have some fun, excitement, outdoor opportunities, and a chance to participate in a program in which he doesn’t always have to win- instead, he learns about “Doing Your Best” and how to be helpful to others- then we have just the program for you!

Cub Scouting is a home- and neighborhood- centered program designed to support and encourage quality family involvement for boys in the first through fifth grades. Each Cub Scout learns to respect his home, country, and other people. The program also helps boys of this age to:

  • Learn new physical skills through sports, crafts, and games
  • Learn how to get along with others through group activities
  • Develop new mental skills such as writing and calculating and develop personal independence
  • Learn to make values-based decisions that assist them throughout their adult life

Scouts will participate in Parades, Fishing Derby, Camping Trips, Hiking Trips, Pinewood Derby Races, Sleepovers, Community Events, Conservation Projects, arts and crafts and a variety of other fun filled activities.

Now is your chance to sign up for Cub Scouting! To sign up or for more information, please contact: Tom Brady at Cubmaster@woburn502.mypack.us or Brian Grace 617-512-7186 to arrange a meet and greet.

Philip J. Casey Memorial Golf Tournament

Neighbors helping neighbors presents the Philip J. Casey Memorial Golf Tournament. The game will start at 8:00 a.m. with a shotgun start. There will also be a “50/50 Golf Ball Drop”. The balls are $10 and can be purchased at:

Play Golf and Support The Boys & Girls Club of Woburn

Why not take a day to play golf in support of the Woburn Boys and Girls Club? This year’s tournament will be held on Monday, August 25, 2014 at Nashawtuc Country Club in Concord, MA.

Did you know that the Woburn Boys & Girls Club's annual golf tournament allows the club to serve hundreds of youth & teens each day at five sites throughout Woburn? Over 30% of their members do not live in Woburn. An annual membership costs $25 per youth, yet it costs the Club $500 per youth to run their life-enhancing programs.

Please help support the mission of the Woburn Boys & Girls Club. by participating as a golfer, sponsor, or auction item contributor to the 33rd Annual golf tournament in memory of one of our founders, Denis Maher. There are a variety of special sponsorship opportunities for prizes, give-a-ways, meals, carts, silent auction items and other innovative ways to support our kids while marketing your company.

Please see our brochure for more information: http://www.bgcwoburn.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/02/BGC_GOLF14.pdf
 

Multicultural Games

The Woburn Recreation Department will be teaming up with the Woburn Public Library to host multicultural games on Library Field, this Wednesday, August 6th at 2:30. Wear light colored clothing, sneakers, sunscreen and don’t forget to bring some water to drink. The games will be from all around the world. So come down and experience something fun, free, and new for ages 5+.

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