Eunice Thompson Memorial Library 33 Elm St, Woburn, MA01801 Eunice Thompson Memorial Library is a local historical building located on Elm Street in Woburn that was built in 1906.…More Eunice Thompson Memorial Library serves as a meeting place local organizations, and is managed by the Woburn Historical Commission, which provides educational outreach, research on historic places, protection and more. For more information, be sure to call the telephone number provided.
Nantero 25 Olympia Ave, Woburn, MA01801 Nantero is a nanotechnology company whoe primary focus is the development of logic, memory and other semiconductor…More products. Its aim is to develop NRAM® as a universal memory to replace all other forms of memory, including RAM and Flash. The website provides comprehensive information.
Roessler & Sons Memorials 117 Salem St, Woburn, MA01801 In business since 1895, Roessler & Sons has generations of experience crafting granite and bronze memorials. It is…More located on a quiet stretch of Salem Street, right across from Woodbrook Cemetery, although monuments are installed throughout the metro area. Several examples of its work is set up in front of its shop, highlighting different materials and designs. All fabrication and etching are done in house, by hand and a cleaning service for older memorials is available as well.
Horn Pond and its surrounding conservation land occupy nearly 700 acres of land in Woburn near Winchester. It is also…More home to Horn Pond Mountain, also known as Towanda, which is 287 feet above sea level. Trails wind through the area, taking walkers throughout the dry oak-hickory woods.
The Horn Pond Conservation Area also has several memorials, including the Leo F. McElhiney Memorial Park and benches dedicated to residents. Swimming is not allowed at Horn Pond.
The Crestview Banquet & Meeting Facilities 36 Montvale Ave, Woburn, MA01801 The Crestview Banquet & Meeting Facilities is located in close proximity to downtown Woburn's Main Street. It…More provides hosting and catering for all weddings, business functions and social events. With the ability to accommodate both large and small groups, The Crestview prides itself in helping its clients make lasting memories as it prepares their customized events.
The new Woburn Memorial High School building opened in 2006. The state-of-the-art facility features academic…More classrooms, an athletic complex and a performing arts center.
According to the school's program of studies, the mission of the school is "to provide academic and co-curricular programs that reflect the opportunities and challenges inherent in our rapidly changing society."
The building features the Harlow Library, a library/media center named after Dr. John Harlow, which features 26 computer work stations, print materials, audio visual equipment and four project rooms.
Extracurricular activities at the high school include: Yearbook, National Honor Society, Student Council, Connecting Activities, Drama Club, Show Choir, Band, Jazz Choir, Jazz Band, Marching Band, Public Speaking, Key Club, Leo Club, Dance Team, History Club, Interact Club, International Club, the Bull's Eye, Lit (literary magazine), Book Club, Best Buddies, Math Team, Science Team, LEARN, Peer Mediator, SRO Mentors, S.A.D.D., Shakespeare Society, Spectrum, Youth in Government, and the Ski and Snowboard Club.