Monthly Archives: March 2015

Adeeba Rana offers poem read at Women’s History Month event

Opening the Winchester Multicultural Network and League of Women Voters Winchester co-sponsored “Violence Against Women and Women in Education—The Stories of Women’s Lives” on March 19, 2015, Adeeba read her poem “Sodden Secrets.” It was a fitting poem for the event....

ADL Nation of Immigrants Seder

Winchester Multicultural Network Board members and supporters participated in the New England Anti-Defamation League’s Eighth Annual Nation of Immigrants Seder on Sunday afternoon, March 29, at the ballroom in the Campus Center of U Mass Boston. On their web site,...

The Golden Door: A Mirror of One’s Culture

On Sunday March 13, 2015, actors from In Good Company performed “The Golden Door,” a play written by award-winning playwright Joyce Van Dyke, at the First Congregational Church in Winchester. The play is set in an Armenian grocery store in...

Stories of Women’s Lives at Griffin Museum

On Thursday, March 19, in recognition of Women’s History Month, the Multicultural Network and the League of Women Voters Winchester hosted an evening , Violence Against Women and Women in Education: Stories of Women’s Lives, at The Griffin museum about...
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Multicultural Mural Unveiled at Lynch Elementary School

At the third annual International Night at the Lynch Elementary School throngs of families, representing a multitude of world cultures, enjoyed international activities that included making Chinese paper flowers and Italian pasta. Students displayed tri-folds illustrating their family’s country of origin,...