Look for the Multicultural Network’s table at Town Day, put a pin in the map where you or your ancestors came from, and let us know what you think makes an inclusive and welcoming community. Have you had an experience that makes you feel happy that you live in Winchester? We’ll be gathering a list and your input is important!
If you’re not familiar with what we do, we invite you to take materials and chat with our volunteers.
At noon students who are in the English Language Learners program in the public schools will be reading poetry they have written. Be sure to stop by and support these great kids!
About Town Day
Winchester Town Day had its beginning in the mid-1970s when a group of town residents decided that a late spring community party would be a great way to start off the summer.
Although the original Town Day was held in 1974–1976, it was revived in 1982 by the Winchester Jaycee chapter. It is now overseen by the Winchester Town Day Committee, a group of volunteers who come together each year with the sole purpose of holding a celebration for the Winchester community.
The thousands of individuals and families who attend can enjoy a day of browsing exhibits, playing games, competing in athletics, eating(!), listening to different types of music, attending the health fair, and watching the grand finale, fireworks.
Now in its 36th consecutive year, Town Day continues to grow in popularity as a great way to kick off the summer in a New England town!