NOTE: This is the 33n Online calendar. It is brief in details but comprehensive in events. Go to our Individual calendar page also on this site for more details (including flyers) on certain events. 


The fourth District Advisory will be May 20at the Crowne Plaza Woburn, starting at 6:00.  The evening will include awards, fellowship and a guest speaker from the Carroll Center for the Blind.  






25- Saugus Comedy night


Featuring Lenny Clarke, Artie Januario and Dave Russo.  Doors open at 6:30.  Tickets are $25 and include show and pizza.  Please contact Ben Penta (781) 248-0058, Frank Rosetti (781)718-4662 or Nelson Change (781) 233-8200 



26- North Andover Comedy night


Featuring Chris Zito, John David, Johhny Pizzi and Mike Hanley.  Chine Blossom, 946 Osgood St., North Andover, show starts at 8:30.  Tickets are $25 and can be purchased at




28- Carroll Center for the Blind Walk for Independence


All Lions are invited to help at The Walk for INDEPENDENCE at the Carroll Center. Funds raised make it possible for The Carroll Center for the Blind to transform lives. There are many volunteer opportunities throughout the day.  Please contact Brian Doherty at 781-953-7801 or  Walk starts at 10:00, please plan to be there at 8:30. 








3-5 Massachusetts MD33 State Convention 


Sturbridge Host Hotel, 366 Main St. Sturbridge, MA


Reservations must be made by April 20.  Hotel accommodations can be made by contacting the hotel 508-347-7393 and referencing group code Mass State Lions Convention.  Rates are $125.10 per night.  The registration form is attached.


 4- Billerica Reminisce Band


Reminisce is New England's Fabulous Oldies/Doo-Wop Group performing hits from the 50s and 60s.  Billerica Elks Hall, 14 Webb Brook Rd.  Doors open at 6:30, Please bring any snacks that you would like.  Contact Tony Cucchi 978-618-7462 or


4- Woburn Middlesex Lions Club Joey Voices Show


Woburn Country Club Woburn, MA Doors open at 5:30, buffet is served at 6:30, show starts at 8:00.  $50 per ticket includes buffet dinner and show.  Tickets must be purchased in advance by emailing or calling 781-938-6624


 4- Townsend Lions Club 36th Canoe and Kayak Race


Rt 119 Townsend VFW


Registration 8:00-9:30AM, Canoe $30 Kayak $20


Contact Steve Bourdon 978-973-6668




4- All State Band Scratch Ticket raffle


$10 buys you a chance to win a box of $5 Massachusetts Lottery Tickets (100 in a box – will be the newest game available in April 2019). Drawing will be made Saturday, May 4, 2019 at the State Convention in Sturbridge, MA.  


Checks should be made payable to Massachusetts Lions All-State Band.  Send to: Betty J. Harris, 73 Bradford Jay Road, Holliston, MA 01746




10- Amesbury Golf Tournament


Apple Hill Golf Club Kingston, NH 7:30AMShotgun start.  To golf or be a sponsor, contact Steve Deorocki 978-265-5537 or




19- North Andover Lions Food booth at Sheep Shearing Festival


If you are attending the North Andover Sheep Festival, please visit the North Andover Lions booth.  The festival runs from  10:00-4:00 at the Old North Commons at Waverly Rd and Massachusetts Ave






 8- Saugus 90th Anniversary


90 years  WOW!!!!  Knights of Columbus Hall, 57 Appleton St 6:00 PM, $35 includes full dinner catered by Daniellas of Danvers. RSVP with names and full payment by May 29, 2019 to: Patty Fierro, 9 Broadway #218, Saugus, MA 01906


15- Journey for Sight


Lake Quannapowitt, Wakfield.  Walk starts at the Gazebo.  registration at 8:30, walk starts at 9:30.  Fee is $15 and you'll get a free T-shirt with an additional $10 in sponsorship.  T-shirt sponsor cost of $100, with a limited number of Logo sponsors available for $300.  Contact 2VDG Marcel at




15-Reading Lions Friends and Family day


10:30 a.m.- 3:00 p.m.
Birch Meadow Fields Area
This is Reading’s annual start of summer celebration! Join us for food, games,  giveaways, entertainment and to learn about Reading's organizations, town services and local businesses.
Reading Friends and Family Day 2019 will be bigger than ever as part of Reading's 375th celebration!  Registrationa nd sponsor forms can be found on the Reading Lions website.


20- Lions Night at the Lowell Spinners


Lelacheur Park, 450 Aiken St Lowell.  Game is at 7:05PM.  They Are Promoting The Lions That Night By Using Their Scoreboard To Promote Our Recycling Eye Glass Program And Also Pushing Membership For Us..Locations Are To Be Placed In & Outside The Park For Us To Get Our Message Out To The 5000 Plus Expected To Be At This Game....Along With Other Ideas That Are Coming In Daily We Expect To Hear From Our International & District Officers To Also Promote Our Local/International Programs.  Discounted tickets have to be purchased by Memorial Day.  Cost is $7-$12.  Food packages can be purchased also.  Please contact Kristin Kinchla from the Lowell Spinners (978) 805-5116 or  for more information, please contact Zone Chair Joe Ward (978) 930-1153 or PCC Len Tarmey (978) 453-6359








17- Woburn Breakfast Lions Patriot's Raffle


Only 100 tickets will be sold.  10 prizes includes a pair of tickets, section 118, row 27, seats 13 &14, and 2 passes to Optum Field Lounge.  (2 Pre-season and 8 regular games)  Chances are $100 and can purchased by contacting John Queen (617) 548-1810, John Marlowe (781) 953-7578and David Nocella (781) 933-5686.




18- Reading Lions Journey for sight 5K Road race anf family fun night


Thursday, July 18, 2019Time: 6:30 pm, Registration: 5:30 pm
Memorial Park, Harrison St. Reading,MA



Register online at:


or print and mail attached form.
$25.00 pre registration/ $30.00 day of race
$15.00 pre registration ages 17 and under / $20.00 day of race


For the benefit of Mass Lions Eye Research Fund (MLERF)

T shirts for the first 150 entrants
Prizes for top Male and Female finishers in various age categories as well as overall winners
Professional DJ for everyone's entertainment
Plenty of refreshments, pizza, water and snacks for all competitors
Prize drawings post race
1 Mile category for non runners wanting to participate and join in the fun for a great charity



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