Join the Winchester Multicultural Network (WMCN) and the Family Action Network (FAN) for a family-friendly afternoon honoring the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.and his commitment to social justice and racial equity.
Norah Dooley, Storyteller
• Artwork/poetry display of Winchester students
• Craft table
Refreshments generously donated by Whole Food Market-Woburn
Monday, January 21, 2019, 3:30–5:00 pm
Winchester Unitarian Church, Metcalf Hall, 478 Main St., Winchester
(Entered only from the rear of the Church off Mystic Valley Parkway)
Door opens at 3:30 pm. Performance begins at 4 pm.
This event is family-friendly, as well as free and open to the public.
About Norah Dooley
NORAH DOOLEY is a critically acclaimed storyteller and children’s author whose books, Everybody Cooks Rice, Everybody Bakes Bread, and Everybody Serves Soup teach about the commonalities that bring us together—lessons worth repeating again and again! She is the founder of StoriesLive, Inc., whose mission is to promote the timeless art of storytelling through digital media, education and live performance. Ms. Dooley describes her works as conveying “a simple theme of respect and the commonality of human experience within diversity.”