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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...

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...

WMCN International Day Highlights Chinese Traditional Dance and Tibetan Arts and Crafts

On Saturday morning, September 19, 2015, at the Winchester Farmers Market at the Town Common, the Network held an International Day with Chinese dance and Tibetan arts and crafts. Students from the Winchester School of Chinese culture performed the “Fan Dance”...

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,...