Posts tagged with: Griffin Museum

Fostering Collaboration in the Service of a Caring and Inclusive Community—Civic Gathering #5

On the evening of February 28th, over 75 people packed the Griffin Museum for the fifth in a series of Civic Gatherings co-sponsored by the Network, the Town Common Task Force (TCTF), the Winchester Board of Selectmen and the Winchester...

Civic Gathering #5: Fostering Collaboration in the Service of a Caring and Inclusive Community

The 5th in a series of community conversations All who live, work, or worship in Winchester are encouraged to attend a Civic Gathering scheduled for February 28, at the Griffin Museum of Photography from 6:30 to 9 p.m. Regardless of...

Legacy. Migration. Memory. at the Griffin Museum of Photography

The Sea Remembers by Rosemarie Zens and The Kitchen Gods by Priya Kambli, shared focus: the search of self and identity by exploring their individual past. One goes to her country of origin and photographs the places of her memories and...

Now What? Building Community After the Elections

Join us for our Workshop, “Now What? Building Community After the Elections” for people who have differing perspectives and opinions. Learn practical skills using story-telling, role play and small group discussions, to build understanding, empathy and rapport to engage in important, bridge-building...
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Winchester supports Light It Up Blue for Autism Awareness

The observation of the national Light It Up Blue Autism Awareness movement was first proposed to Brio Integrated Theatre, the Disability Access Commission, and the Winchester Multicultural Network four years ago by Jennifer Flaherty, Special Education Teacher at Lynch Elementary...