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  1. The Jenks Garden Club

    July 16, 2019, All Day

    Join Erika Gorgenyi, Education Director at Wright Locke Farm, and our gardeners as we learn, plant, harvest, and tend the variety of gardens at the Jenks. We provide the tools and space to plant flowers, herbs, and vegetables. Come each week or as you can over the summer. After, meet in the Café for coffee/socializing.

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  2. Seniors Seeking Tax Relief

    July 16, 2019, 2:00 PM

    The Winchester Council on Aging offers seniors (60 years or older) the opportunity to work 125 hours in designated Town departments to earn a reduction in property taxes. Tentative guidelines for the 2019/2020 fiscal year to qualify for participation in this program are: you must own your home in Winchester, have an income reported to the IRS of no more than $60,000 for an individual and $91,000 for a couple, your house cannot be assessed for greater than $1,076,250. Participants enjoy the opportunity to engage in meaningful work in exchange for property tax relief.

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  3. National Hot Dog Day and Annual Corn Hole Tournament

    July 17, 2019, 11:30 AM

    Join us for an afternoon of fun. Start with a hot dog lunch in celebration of National Hot Dog Day and then play in our third annual Corn Hole Tournament. Corn Hole, like Bean Bag Toss or Soft Horseshoes, originated in Germany in the 14th century, was rediscovered in the hills of Kentucky over 100 years ago, and today remains a favorite for people of all ages. Staff Sergeant David A. Matthews from the U.S. Army Recruiting Center will return with volunteers to chaperone the tournament. Winning teams will receive a prize.

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  4. Faculty Chamber Music Concert

    July 17, 2019, 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM

    Faculty members from the Summer Chamber Music Festival at Winchester Community Music School will perform in concert for festival students, families, and the community. The concert will include chamber works by Rebecca Clarke, Caroline Shaw, Franz Josef Haydn, and Bohuslav Martinu. Free admission. For more information, call 781-721-2950 or visit www.winchestermusic.org. 407 Highland Avenue, Winchester.

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  5. Community Bingo and Pizza

    July 17, 2019, 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM

    Not on vacation and looking for something fun to do with your friends and family? Join us to play bingo, have some pizza and lemonade, and win some prizes, all free in our air-conditioned Jenks Center. Please RSVP by noon of the event. Sponsored by a generous grant from the Cummings Foundation.

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  6. The Mushroom’s Side of the Story

    July 17, 2019, 7:00 PM

    This program has been cancelled, new date is TBD.

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  7. Sanskrit Instruction with Lalitha Swaminathan

    July 22, 2019, 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

    Sanskrit, a language of ancient India with a 3,500-year history, remains the primary liturgical language of Hinduism. Even though it is the root of most of the 20 or so commonly spoken languages in India today, Sanskrit has become associated primarily with religious customs and traditions. Join Lalitha as she teaches simple phrases, some grammar, and useful tips. Ms. Swaminathan received her Bachelor of Arts in Sanskrit from the University of Delhi and a Bachelor of Education from Mysore University.

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  8. The Jenks Garden Club

    July 23, 2019, 9:00 AM

    Join Erika Gorgenyi, Education Director at Wright Locke Farm, and our gardeners as we learn, plant, harvest, and tend the variety of gardens at the Jenks. We provide the tools and space to plant flowers, herbs, and vegetables. Come each week or as you can over the summer. After, meet in the Café for coffee/socializing.

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  9. Podiatry Clinic

    July 23, 2019, 9:15 AM - 12:15 PM

    Dr. Gregorian, a Board-Certified Podiatrist, will be here for our monthly Podiatry Clinic. She brings her own equipment. Appointments are scheduled at 10-minute intervals at a cost of $35.00 (checks made payable to her or cash, only). Reservations required. Call to schedule your appointment.

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  10. Winchester’s Ghost Railroad with Peter Engeldrum

    July 23, 2019, 10:00 AM

    In 1875, fed-up with high shipping costs and shabby treatment from the Boston & Lowell Railroad, tannery owners in Winchester and Woburn band together to promote and build a new line from Wilmington to Somerville, calling it the Boston & Mystic Valley Railroad. Construction started but never finished for several reasons. Scars of this endeavor are still visible on the Winchester landscape. Join author, historian, and film maker, Peter Engeldrum for the premier showing of his 45-minute film “Winchester’s Ghost Railroad”, that chronicles this 140-year-old story of the rise and fall of the Boston & Mystic Valley Railroad.

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  11. The Jenks Memory Café: Trivia & Games

    July 23, 2019, 10:30 AM

    This month’s Memory Café will celebrate Trivia and other games. A wonderful welcoming place for individuals with all forms of mild cognitive impairment, the Memory Cafe offers a safe and comfortable space where caregivers and their loved ones can socialize and enjoy appropriate activities, providing mutual support and exchanging helpful information. RSVP.

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  12. Tigers In The Wild

    July 23, 2019, 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM @ Winchester Public Library

    Photographing tigers in the wild is an adventure and an exciting challenge. Dr Neelakantan Sunder, a resident of Winchester, MA, has made a several trips into the National Parks/Tiger Reserves of India in search of this elusive and majestic animal. In this presentation he will give an overview of the tigers and their natural habitat, touch on the increasing loss of habitat and the interaction of the tigers with humans, and discuss the photographic challenge of capturing tiger images in the wild.

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  13. Caregiver Support Group

    July 25, 2019, 11:00 AM

    Caring for an aging family member or one who has an illness/disability can limit free time, interfere with sleep and impact a caregiver’s physical and emotional health. Caregivers often feel alone, helpless, unprepared or unable to provide the care their loved ones need. The Caregivers Support Group meets monthly from 11-noon and offers information, new ideas and emotional support.

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  14. Harry Potter Trivia

    July 27, 2019, 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM @ Winchester Public Library

    Come with a team, or join other individuals to make a team at the event (maximum four people per team) at this summer's Harry Potter Trivia. Trivia questions will be about the books, not the movies. Costumes and House colors are encouraged! Light refreshments will be served.??

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  15. Sanskrit Instruction with Lalitha Swaminathan

    July 29, 2019, 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

    Sanskrit, a language of ancient India with a 3,500-year history, remains the primary liturgical language of Hinduism. Even though it is the root of most of the 20 or so commonly spoken languages in India today, Sanskrit has become associated primarily with religious customs and traditions. Join Lalitha as she teaches simple phrases, some grammar, and useful tips. Ms. Swaminathan received her Bachelor of Arts in Sanskrit from the University of Delhi and a Bachelor of Education from Mysore University.

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  16. The Jenks Garden Club

    July 30, 2019, 9:00 AM

    Join Erika Gorgenyi, Education Director at Wright Locke Farm, and our gardeners as we learn, plant, harvest, and tend the variety of gardens at the Jenks. We provide the tools and space to plant flowers, herbs, and vegetables. Come each week or as you can over the summer. After, meet in the Café for coffee/socializing.

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