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.


Horn Pond is one of our gems in Woburn, of course. But undiscovered it's not. Unless its pouring rain or 10 degrees, you can usually expect a lot of company walking around the pond (good for social capital, right?!?). Or unless it's 4:30 a.m.

In a decade of performing his original music around the country, Kevin So has earned the respect of his fellow musicians and won over members of the press and radio (the Boston Globe, WFUV, many more) and built up a substantial fan base coast to coast. So’s most recent album, “A Brighter Day” features stellar pop music that reveals an important young musician capable of communicating the emotion behind his songs through flawless vocal technique and guitar playing of grace and imagination.

Welcome to SCI Woburn's new community website. Browse through, register, and participate!
Use the new SCI website to: Start now!
Register or login.
Forget your password?

From the June 29th Concert in Citizens Park! Click here for the full schedule of Free Summer Concerts.

An article in today's Boston Globe discusses recent vandalism of the Citizens Park waterfall. Although with a negative lead, the article gives a lot of background on the Park and its origins. An excerpt:

WOBURN -- With its gently rushing waterfall and inviting benches, Citizens Park is a landscaped jewel where a vacant lot once stood. Since it opened in 2003, the park has drawn a steady flow of morning coffee-drinkers, lunchtime contemplators, and passersby pausing for a moment of reflection or conversation while going about their business downtown. This year, though, it has ...

Click Here to read the full article

WorldFest Woburn was featured in the Woburn Advocate on June 21, 2007. An excerpt of the story is below, featuring a quote from yours truly.

“People were so willing to do outreach, going out to talk to strangers,” Sances said. “They were talking to restaurant owners, asking them to be involved. And it was successful. At this point we’re going to have at least 25 tables aside from musical performances.”

There's lots more. Click here to read the entire article by Megg Crook.