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 AmeriCorps Members Loading Recyclables.

Medeiros Crew Recycling will once again be holding appliance, Freon, CRT and electronics recycling drives. The first recycling event is Saturday, November 16th from 9 to 1 at the Spence Farm property located at 41 Wyman Street in Woburn. 

HHT Attendees

The 2019 Woburn Holiday House Tour & Wine Tasting

The annual Woburn Holiday House Tour to benefit Social Capital Inc. is coming up on Sunday, December 8th, from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. This enchanting holiday event allows guests the opportunity to share holiday cheer with neighbors and friends. You won’t want to miss it!

Tour goers also have the option to conclude the day’s festivities with a wonderful wine tasting event hosted by Joanne Mulkerin at her J. Mulkerin Realty office. The event will include a lineup of at least 5 wines to try, along with a variety of appetizers.

Tickets for the tour only are $20; tickets for the tour plus wine tasting open house are $40. You may also purchase a ticket for just the wine tasting open house for $25. Tickets for the tour and tasting are limited.

We encourage purchasing tickets in advance.  You can buy tickets online using this link. Should you need to buy tickets at the door on Sunday, you can buy House Tour and/or Wine Tasting tickets at The James L. McKeown Boys & Girls Club until 3 p.m., located at 1 Charles Gardner Lane. People with tickets for the Tour can start the tour at The James L. McKeown Boys & Girls Club, or the other starting home provided with the ticket purchase.

Tickets for the Wine Tasting will be available at the door at J. Mulkerin Realty when the event starts at 4 p.m. on Sunday.

Tickets may be purchased online using this link

Youth Shoveling

We are seeking volunteers to help rake leaves and shovel snow for Woburn residents in need. For the past several years we have worked along side the Woburn Senior Center to identify people in need and match them with volunteers across Woburn. We are working to find some matches again this year. If you are able to volunteer this year to rake leaves or shovel out a senior in a neighborhood near you, please click here email Jenna and she will work to match you with someone that is in need.

Lacrosse Turkey

Looking for a new spring sport? Ever wondered about playing Lacrosse? Then this is for you! Learn about the game, Woburn Youth Lacrosse, and what the commitment entails (it does NOT interfere with spring soccer/softball!)

WHO: Girls--Grades 1-8

WHERE: Altavesta Gymnasium

WHEN: Wednesday, November 13th from 5:30-7:00

COST: FREE!!!

WHAT IS NEEDED: Stick, goggles, & mouth guard are suggested (if you can borrow, great!), however, NOT mandatory

Cooks for Cultural Connections Flyer

Would you like to share your culture through cooking? 

After a very successful series of events last year the #WoburnUnites Cultural Connections Supper Clubs Project is seeking diverse community members with a love of cooking who would like to share some favorite dishes that represent their heritage.

Teach small groups of the Woburn community about your culture as you prepare a meal together.  

All events will take place in a public kitchen. A stipend will be provided for supplies.

The Human Library

This event aims to create a safe space where one-on-one dialogue can lead to greater understanding, compassion and acceptance. Our goal, here, is to encourage community members (our “books” share their stories with other community members (“readers”, if you like) in short, one-on-one conversations.

Share your unique story of hardship, challenge and triumph in short one-on-one conversations. Real stories, real people, real conversations. 

Join the Woburn Host Lions Club on Sunday, October 27 from 1-3pm for their 65th Annual Halloween Parade!

Every year this parade draws in a crowd of at least 80,000 people to see more than 90 floats from local groups and organizations. The parade hosts over 25 bands such as the University of New Hampshire, Mass Maritime, Waltham American Legion and local community bands! This parade is sure to be a fun time for the entire family!

The parade will kick off at 1pm sharp. The Parade route starts at Crowne Plaza/Showcase Cinema traveling south on Main St to Woburn Center continuing onto Lake Ave at the Winchester line ending at Horn pond. The parade route is 2.2 miles long and normally takes just about 1.5 hours to walk the route end-to-end.