Posts filed under: community partner

The Network was part of a focus on immigration at WorldFest 2017

This year the Network was a community partner for WorldFest, an annual multicultural event in Woburn presented through a collaboration of Social Capital, Inc. and the YMCA International Learning Center.  Participants enjoyed food, music, and dance performances from countries around...

Strengthening Winchester: A Civic Gathering

Over 130 Winchester residents attended a Civic Gathering at the Jenks Center on February 2, 2017, that was hosted by the Network, the Board of Selectmen, and the School Committee. This exciting program focused on strengthening Winchester to ensure that...

Boston Women’s March for America—Join us for this March!

The Winchester Multicultural Network is an official organizational partner with this event because of the Boston Women’s March non-partisan support for protecting and furthering civil rights. The assembly point for the Winchester Multicultural Network is 10:45 a.m. on the Common near...

The Network’s multiculturalism displayed on Town Day

Saturday, June 4, was Town Day and what a beautiful day it was! The Winchester Multicultural Network had a colorful, inviting booth set up on Main Street in downtown Winchester. Volunteers and Community Advisors helped staff the table along with...

The Network joined enthusiastically in EN KA Parade 2016

Great fun to be part of Enka’s annual hometown parade with our neighbors on Saturday morning, May 21. We appreciate the generous contributions EnKa makes to the Network and other civic organizations. Their support helps us build inclusive and welcoming,...