Posts filed under: WMCN co-sponsored event

Boston Chinatown: 1880 to Present

Over 50 people packed the meeting room at the Sanborn House, Winchester Historical society,  on the evening of March 27, 2018 to hear a fascinating presentation on the history and impact of Boston’s Chinatown by Tunney Lee, Professor Emeritus and...

Gender in Civic Engagement

A crowd of local elected officials and politically engaged town members braved the impending snow on Wednesday, March 7, to hear a multigenerational panel of women—moderated by Lia O’Donnell—discuss gender in civic engagement. Co-sponsored by the Network, Winchester’s chapter of...

Advancing the Progress of Building a Caring and Connected Community 

At Civic Gathering #4, the Select Board, the School Committee, and the Winchester Multicultural Network hosted around 60 residents at the Sons of Italy Hall on Monday evening, September 18. David Errico, Selectman, had generously provided the meeting site. An original acrylic painting...

Community finds safe space to express hopes and fears during elections

On the evening of October 18—the night before the third Presidential debate and a couple of weeks before the general election—over 50 people gathered at the Griffin Museum of Photography for the Winchester Multicultural Network’s program, “Signs on My Neighbor’s...