Posts tagged with: Winchester Public Library

Great fun to be part of Enka’s annual hometown parade with our neighbors on Saturday morning, May 21. We appreciate the generous contributions EnKa makes to the Network and other civic organizations. Their support helps us build inclusive and welcoming,...
The film follows Temple Grandin’s life through a series of flashbacks. As a child, Grandin (Danes) is uncommunicative and prone to tantrums and is diagnosed with autism. The medical consensus at that time was that autism is a form of...
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...
A band composed of members of the Egyptian police force heads to Israel to play at the inaugural ceremony of an Arab arts center, only to find themselves lost in the wrong town....
Eire will discuss his book Learning to Die in Miami: Confessions of a Refugee Boy, a memoir about his experiences as an 11-year-old who was part of the airlift of Cuban children sent to Florida from Cuba after the Castro...