The Winchester Multicultural Network and the Family Action Network (FAN) invite all members of our community—and particularly families with children—to join in a celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s birthday on Monday, January 19, 2015
- Nick Page will perform and lead a sing-along for all ages from 4:00 to 5:00 pm.
- Hands-on activities (crafts) for the kids.
- Hear Martin Luther King’s speech “I Have a Dream.”
- On display will be great art by all the Winchester elementary schools.
- Book Fair by BookEnds
Refreshments provided by Whole Food Market.
“Nick Page is both a natural and a schooled musician, with a boundless enthusiasm and ability for awakening song. He is a collector of folk tunes from around the world, and a gifted teacher. Sing with Nick!” – Alice Parker
Nick Page : a prior conductor with the Chicago Children’s Choir and founder/director of Boston’s two hundred-voice Mystic Chorale. He has led songs, guest conducted and workshops in schools, concert halls and places of worship throughout North America and the UK.
Location: Winchester Unitarian Church, Metcalf Hall
(entrance off Mystic Valley Parkway at the corner of Main Street)