2024 Winter Raffle Sneak Peek #2

Not into purses? We have just the tickets for you!

We are excited to preview a brand new item in our Winter Raffle, generously donated by the North Shore Music Theatre:

We are calling this our “Shakespeare and SOMA” Package! 

This package includes a theatre pass good for 4 tickets to A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM at the North Shore Music Theatre on Thursday, March 7, 2024 at 7:30pm

Presented by Shakespeare & Company as part of the Northeast Regional Tour

​Running Time: 1 hour and 30 Minutes

Athenians mix it up with the forest fairies in this raucous romp that features magical meddling, romantic tangles, and a play within a play for good measure. One of Shakespeare’s most beloved comedies, A Midsummer Night’s Dream has been described by scholars as carnivalesque: pushing the plot forward through humor and chaos.

And to make your evening even more of a dream, we’ve paired these tickets with a $100 gift card to SOMA in Beverly, located at 256 Cabot Street. 


Phantom Gourmet:  If you’re looking for a place that has plate after plate of food that’s’ so delicious and so affordable, it’s time you hit Soma.   Located in downtown Beverly, this dark, sexy eatery shakes up stiff cocktails and serves modern Mediterranean made with a level of care, quality, and style you don’t often find outside of the city.

This evening of Arts and Eats in beautiful Beverly is yours to win in this year’s Winter Raffle! 


About the Winter Raffle

This year’s Raffle features an amazing collection of high end and designer purses, experience packages and other items which promise to improve your chances of winning big!

Raffle ticket sales begin Monday, January 29, 2024. Tickets can be purchased online or by mail.  Raffle ticket stubs will be returned by mail.  Raffle Tickets: $5 each or 6 for $20

Bookmark this page to be ready to take a chance to win big while supporting Woburn Schools:


All proceeds from the Winter Raffle directly support new programs and initiatives in the Woburn Public Schools.  Since 2014, WCEF has secured more than $600,000 in new funding for Woburn Schools, supporting projects that make a difference in the educational experience of today’s students.  

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