“Say What?!” Courageous conversations with youth guided by Urban Improv

Featuring an exploration of and training about what it means to be a bystander/upstander, the Network brought the Urban Improv troupe to the Winchester Youth Center on Sunday afternoon, March 5, at the Winchester Youth Center. Over 40 young people...

2. Women’s History Month Honoree 2017: Suzette Ferdinand

  Building a bridge to close the gender gap in technology by empowering girls with training and confidence. Suzette Ferdinand joined Winchester Community Access and Media (WinCAM) in 2014, Winchester’s public access television station which serves as a center for...

1. Women’s History Month Honoree 2017: Nancy Lin

Building a bridge to discovery and wonder, connecting children with the natural world. Nancy Lin is a 20-year resident of Winchester, and Winchester Trails Guide whose background is in environmental science. After college, she began as a naturalist instructor at...

Historian/renowned story teller Denease portrays Belinda who fought for reparations for her slave labor.

More than 60 people braved a winter snowstorm on Sunday, February 12, 2017, at 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm, to enjoy actress and historian Tammy Denease’s portrayal of Belinda, an African woman from the Asanti Kingdom near the Volta River...

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...