Posts filed under: community partner

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,...

The Network is a community partner with ADL 2016 Seder—A Nation of Immigrants

On Sunday, April 10, 2016 board members, friends, and staff from the Winchester Multicultural Network attended the Anti-Defamation League’s “A Nation of Immigrants” Community Seder held at UMass Boston. As the sun poured into the large ballroom where over 250...
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The Network and WFEE’s 2016 Trivia Bee

The Winchester Foundation for Educational Excellence  (WFEE) hosted its annual Trivia Bee on February 3rd, 2016, at which community organizations and groups of citizens compete by answering a multitude of trivia questions. Each year the Winchester Multicultural Network fields a...
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The Network, the Chamber of Comics, and diversity in action

For the month of February, Black History Month, the Winchester Multicultural Network and the Chamber of Comics have joined forces in recognition of diversity in the heroes of comic books, a reflection of our real world multicultural society. Over the...

Annual Parade of Horribles pops in to our office

The Winchester Multicultural Network welcomed Parade of Horribles costumed children and adults to the Network office at 2A Winchester Place on the morning of October 31. Led by a small brass band, dozens of our diverse community members veered right...