WILMINGTON: Abundant Life Christian School’s drama club presents “Treasure Island.” There is one performance left at 7 p.m. Friday, May 18, at Abundant Life Christian School and Learning Center, 173 Church St., Wilmington. Tickets are $6. To purchase tickets email Chrissy DiGiovanni at email@example.com or call 978-657-8710. Tickets will also available at the door prior to each performance.
TEWKSBURY: Tewksbury's Interfaith Choir presents its annual Spring Concert at 7 p.m., Sunday, May 20, in St. Williams Church at 1351 Main St., Tewksbury. As always, the Interfaith Concert is free so everyone can afford to come and share in the spirit and joy music brings... and titles ranging from traditional hymns to Broadway favorites. (There will be a free-will offering.) As always, everyone is invited to enjoy fellowship and refreshments afterwards. In addition, there are several fun up-tempo solos and duets that are sure to please.
TEWKSBURY: Long-Term Care Insurance 101: 6-8 p.m. May 22, Blaire House of Tewksbury, 10 Erlin Terrace. Free. Anna Nygren of New York Life will give a presentation on the ins and outs of applying for long-term care insurance, benefits and coverage, and submitting claims. The event will include dinner and refreshments. Space is limited; RSVP to Sarah Coletti at 978-382-8741 or firstname.lastname@example.org by May 21.
WOBURN: Musical baseball show: 10:30 a.m. May 30, Woburn Senior Center, 144 School St. Free. For information: 781-897-5960. Local singer-guitarist Howie Newman — a former sportswriter for the Lowell Sun, Boston Globe, Patriot Ledger and other newspapers — covered the Red Sox for many years and has also remained an avid fan, having visited 89 major and minor league ballparks. He will sing baseball songs, offer up baseball trivia and talk about his days on the Bosox beat. Newman will also play classic songs from yesteryear, including the music of Johnny Cash, Neil Diamond and Doris Day. This event is open to anyone 60 or older in Woburn and the surrounding towns. The show will be preceded by a breakfast at 9:45 a.m. There is a $2 fee for the breakfast.
WOBURN: Mission of Deeds charity golf tournament: June 4, Woburn Country Club, 5 Country Club Road. All are invited to play and/or sponsor the event. Numbered golf balls will be sold prior to the tournament for a 50/50 Golf Ball Drop; if the ball closest to the hole or in the hole matches your number, you will share the 50/50 pot with Mission of Deeds. Last year’s winner took home over $2,300. Proceeds from this tournament help families coming out of homelessness living in local communities. To participate in the tournament or purchase golf ball drop tickets ($10 each), call Jody or Paula at 781-944-9797 or go online at http://missionofdeeds.org.
TEWKSBURY: Veterans Coffee Social: 9-10 a.m. Mondays, Tewksbury Senior Center, 175 Chandler St. For information: Maria Ruggiero, 978-851-7373, ext. 352; Steve Hines, 781-687-3173. Are you a veteran? Connect and build community relationships with other veterans at this social coffee hour.
TEWKSBURY: Alateen meetings: first and third Thursday of each month, St. Williams Church (middle brick building), 1351 Main St. For information on the Tewksbury meeting, call Maria Ruggiero at 978-851-7373, ext. 352. For more information on Al-Anon/Alateen, call 508-366-0556. Alateen meetings provide mutual support for young people affected by someone else’s drinking and drug use. Speak with teens who know exactly how you feel. The meetings are confidential and a safe place to: share experiences, strength, and hope with each other; discuss difficulties; learn effective ways to cope with problems; encourage one another; help each other understand the principles of the Al-Anon program; and learn how to use the Twelve Steps and Alateen’s Twelve Traditions.
TEWKSBURY: Docents needed: The Public Health Museum in Tewksbury is seeking docents. Anyone interested in public health, history or museum studies is encouraged to apply. Applications are available at http://publichealthmuseum.org/volunteer.
WOBURN: Seniors seeking bowlers: Seniors looking for a little exercise and some socializing are welcome to join other seniors who bowl candlepins at 9:15 a.m. Fridays at alleys 31-38 at the Woburn Bowladrome, 32 Montvale Ave. Those interested need only to bring their spirit as the Bowladrome provides the bowling balls and shoes. The first week is free. For more information, call Dick at 781-275-8781.
WOBURN: Sen. Cindy Friedman office hours: 9:30-10:30 a.m., first Wednesday of every month, Woburn Senior Center, 144 School St. Sen. Friedman, d-Arlington, will hold monthly office hours in the 4th Middlesex district. Friedman currently serves as the Senate Chair of the Joint Committee on Public Service. The 4th Middlesex district includes Arlington, Billerica, Burlington, Woburn and precincts 1-2 and 4-7 in Lexington. For information: https://cindyfriedman.org.
WOBURN: Woburn Senior Center Senior Issues Breakfast/Lecture Series: 9:45-11:30 a.m. Wednesdays, Woburn Senior Center, 144 School St. Breakfast buffet for $2 at 9:45 a.m. includes scrambled eggs, sausage, waffles, toast, fruit cup, coffee and juice. Presentation and holistic wellness open forum at 10:30 a.m.
BILLERICA: Rams Head restaurant now open: 11:30 a.m. and noon Tuesday through Friday, 100 Cook St. The Shawsheen Valley Technical High School’s Rams Head restaurant is now open for business. The student-operated facility will offer two seatings. In addition to serving the restaurant, they offer party platters for any occasion, as well as frozen entrees that can be purchased to take home. Patrons are encouraged to make reservations after 8:30 a.m. during the week. Hours and days open are subject to school closing and school schedule. To RSVP: 978-671-3668.
WILMINGTON: Boy Scout meetings: 7-8:30 p.m. Thursdays, Mason Hall, 32 Church St. Boy Scout Troop 136 is looking for new members. The troop accepts boys ages 10 and a half and older. Boys and parents are free to drop in during any meeting. For information: 978-758-0412; email@example.com.
WILMINGTON: Breast cancer support group: 10-11:30 a.m. Wednesdays, Wilmington. Hope & Friendship Metastatic Breast Cancer Foundation invites the community to its ongoing patient support group. Since 2010, Hope & Friendship has offered a confidential support group for those with a diagnosis of stage four metastatic breast cancer. Guests can expect music, candles and cups of tea, and attendees can share their story or simply listen to others. Members enjoy retreats, workshops, symptom management reimbursement and scholarships to national conferences and more. The group also practices relaxation techniques and shares resources from the foundation’s growing library of books, DVDs and other media. Some meetings include guest leaders, such as art and music therapists, meditation guides and gentle yoga practitioners. Location information is provided upon registering. For information or to make a donation: http://hopeandfriendship.org.
WOBURN: Core and Balance Class: 11:30 a.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays, Woburn Senior Center, 144 School St.. Core and Balance with Sharon is a vigorous senior class designed to focus on core, flexibility, strength training and fall prevention. Designed to accommodate all fitness levels, the class will work with a range of dynamic movements to bring seniors through a full range of motions for arms, shoulders, back and legs. There is also a specific focus on leg strength to facilitate movement in and out of a chair or to right oneself after a fall. The class costs $3 per session, payable to the instructor. Classes are on a drop-in basis. All Woburn Senior Center programs are handicapped-accessible. For directions: 781-897-5960.
WILMINGTON: Families Anonymous: 7 p.m. Thursdays, Wilmington United Methodist Church, 87 Church St. A worldwide 12-step recovery program, Families Anonymous is a support program for people whose lives are affected by the use of mind-altering substances or related behavioral conditions of a relative or friend. No dues or fees are required for membership. Only first names are used at meetings to preserve individual anonymity. Advance notice is not necessary to attend a meeting, and visitors may attend. For information: 978-973-5645; 978-408-1646; firstname.lastname@example.org.
WILMINGTON: Harnden Tavern open house: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursdays and Fridays, Wilmington Town Museum, 430 Salem St. The Wilmington Town Museum at the Col. Joshua Harnden Tavern. Tour the museum for a glimpse into the past. Free.
TEWKSBURY: Tewksbury Garden Club Meeting: 7 p.m. the second Wednesday of every month, September through June, Tewksbury Senior Center, 175 Chandler St., Tewksbury. Guests can attend the monthly meetings at no charge. Garden Club members are encouraged to bring non-perishable food items to the monthly meetings, which will be donated to a local food pantry. For information: http://tewksburygardenclub.org.
WOBURN: Hospice help: Suite 3100, 800 W. Cummings Park. Compassionate Care Hospice needs volunteers to supply companionship and support to persons with life-limiting illnesses for one to two hours per week. CCH is also seeking volunteers to assist with filing, mailings and data entry at its Woburn office. Free training is provided. For information: 781-935-5550; email@example.com.
WOBURN: Hospice help: VNA Care, a nonprofit organization serving patients with life-limiting illnesses and their families, is seeking hospice volunteers to provide companionship to patients and respite time for family members. Volunteers are men and women ranging from ages 20 to 80 who come from multiple backgrounds. Volunteers who are available during the day, are bilingual or can provide pet or music therapy are especially needed. No previous experience is necessary, and training is provided. For information: 781-569-2811; http://vnacare.org.
WOBURN: Adult education: The Woburn Recreation Department is looking for anyone who might be interested in teaching adult education classes, which could be anything from fitness, wellness, arts and crafts, music or anything just for fun. For information: 781-897-5805; firstname.lastname@example.org.
WOBURN: Let’s speak Italian: For parents or caregivers interested in speaking Italian with their children, learn and practice through play, stories, crafts and songs. For children ages 5 and younger. All levels of Italian are welcome — from beginner to native speaker. For information: http://meetup.com/Italian-Playgroup-of-MA; email@example.com.
Overeaters Anonymous: Are you looking for a more effective means of dealing with extra weight? Overeaters Anonymous has the solution. OA is a free 12-step recovery program where people find a way to enjoy life in appropriate-sized bodies for years at a time. Meetings every day in towns and cities in Massachusetts. For information: 781-641-2303; http://oambi.org.