This Monday, January 20, 2020 is the annual Martin Luther King Jr Day luncheon at St. John's Baptist Church in Woburn.  The keynote speaker this year is Julia Mejia, Boston's newly appointed City Councilor at Large.  Ms Mejia moved to Boston at age 5 from the Domincan Republic, was raised by a single, undocumented mother and became the first member of her family to graduate from high school and college.  She understands what it means to overcome adversity. 

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.

Start off 2020 by doing something good for yourself! is offering a free 14-week wellness program in Woburn for the third year in a row thanks to a generous grant from Cummings Foundation. No diets, no fads. Do it the real way by creating life long healthier habits.

Drop off your loved one with the staff of Riverside to enjoy a morning of games, movies, arts and crafts, and lunch! Use this time to finish your holiday errands while knowing your loved one is in good hands! Registration is required, but this is a free event.