Posts filed under: co-sponsored project

Panelists’ personal stories deepen discussion on Cuba 1950s to present

Four local Cuban-Americans shared their experiences of being forced to leave their home country because of the Castro revolution at the Jenks Center on the evening of October 13. The panel, sponsored by Winchester Reads, complemented this year’s book selection Learning To...

Perspectives on Castro’s Cuba: a panel discussion and an evening with Carlos Eire

Winchester Reads, sponsored by The John & Mary Murphy Educational Foundation with additional support from Book Ends, the Friends of the Winchester Public Library, the Winchester Multicultural Network, Winchester Public Schools, and many enthusiastic volunteers, will present two events related...

Bully Prevention movement has auspicious introduction on Farmers Market Opening Day

Side by Side Movement, a partnership of the Winchester Multicultural Network, One Stage Productions and Brio Integrated Theater, kicked off officially at the Winchester Farmer’s Market on Saturday June 13, with an original song, “Side by Side,” with lyrics that...

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....

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...