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  1. MLK Day of Service, January 19, 2020

    January 19, 2020, 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM

    The Winchester MLK Day of Service 2020 will take place on Sunday, January 19th from 10:00-2:00 PM, at the Winchester High School. This event will involve a day of opportunities for community service and will feature projects presented by Winchester High students around climate change as well as from the Middle School Queer Straight Alliance around lived LGBTQIA+ experiences. Throughout this day of service, you’ll also learn about the Woburn Council for Social Concern, come ready to donate your time or resources! This event is co-sponsored by the Network for Social Justice, Winchester Public Schools and the Service-Learning Department

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  2. Explore the World in a Cup of Tea

    January 19, 2020, 2:00 PM

    Tea can be sweet, rich, buttery, and citrusy. It can wake you up and calm you down. Tea has been cultivated for over 4,000 years and ranks as the second most popular drink in the world (behind water). Join Hillel Bromberg, your guide, as you get to know tea’s delightful flavors and aromas, it’s fascinating history, how it’s made, where it’s from, and what it can do for you. You’ll learn how to steep tea for best flavor and sample several varieties, such as a delicate white, smooth oolong, refreshing green, malty black, as well as a surprise type. Sponsored by a grant from The Cummings Foundation.

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  3. A Photo Travelog: Crete, Santorini, Paros and Athens

    January 21, 2020, 1:00 PM

    Sail across Homer’s “wine-dark sea” for a photo journey with Tony Conte. Visit the ancient island of Crete and the Cycladic Islands of Santorini, Paros, and Antiparos. Learn about their history, culture and foods and then visit Greece’s capital, Athens, also called the oldest European city. A tour you can take from the comfort of our warm Jenks Center.

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  4. ASL Beginner Classes

    January 21, 2020, 6:15 PM - 7:15 PM @ Brio Integrated Theatre

    Learn a new language, a visual language “American Signing Language” in our 10 Week Course. If you have never taken a beginner ASL course or want to take another one, this is the course for you. “Keep Calm and Sign On”. In this fun and engaging class, you will learn the alphabet, basic phrases in fun engaging ways. Drop-Ins are welcome to join in! No classes Feb 18 and March 17 This course will be taught by ASL teacher, Ali Coakley. Ali Coakley is a state-certified ASL teacher and interpreter. She is involved in the local deaf community, always expanding her knowledge of the culture and language.

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  5. ASL Intermediate Classes

    January 21, 2020, 7:30 PM - 8:30 PM @ Brio Integrated Theatre

    Discover more about this visual language – American Signing Language. In this 10 week conversational classes you will learn new phrasings and vocabulary. You will learn to be more fluent and comfortable with your signing. For students who have taken a beginner ASL course and know how to sign the alphabet. -- Drop-Ins are welcome to join! No classes on February 18 & March 17 This course will be taught by ASL teacher, Ali Coakley. Ali Coakley is a state-certified ASL teacher and interpreter. She is involved in the local deaf community, always expanding her knowledge of the culture and language.

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  6. Coffee and Books: The Library Book

    January 22, 2020, 11:00 AM

    January’s reading, The Library Book by Susan Orlean chronicles the Los Angeles Public Library fire and its aftermath to showcase the larger, crucial role libraries play in peoples’ lives. Read this book and join Ann Wirtanen, Director of the Winchester Public Library, as she leads a discussion to further our enjoyment and understanding.

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  7. WinPower Community Electricity Update

    January 22, 2020, 1:00 PM

    Winchester's Energy Conservation Coordinator will provide an update on the renewed contract for Winchester's Community Aggregated Electricity program. The information will include the new rates for the 2020 - 2022 contract, how to be sure you are enrolled with the town's program, how to opt up to 100% renewable electricity and more. Bring your bill and your questions and a neighbor!

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  8. Caregiver Support Group

    January 23, 2020, 11:00 AM

    Caregiver Group is intended for families, partners, and other caregivers of adults with disorders such as Alzheimer’s, stroke, brain injury, and other chronic debilitating health conditions. The group offers a safe place to discuss the stresses, challenges, and rewards of providing care for a loved one. In January, we will explore creating healthy and safe boundaries. The Caregiver’s Group meets the fourth Thursday of each month. Registration required.

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  9. Lunch & Learn: Moving in the Right Direction

    January 23, 2020, 1:30 PM

    If you are thinking of moving in the new year you will want to hear this discussion from Joan Theuer of Leading Edge Realty. Moving out of a place you’ve lived in for a long time can be overwhelming both physically and emotionally. This program promises to help make the transition a little easier for you. Joan will review important items to consider, ways you can prepare and key real estate tips to maximize your profit when planning your move. Don’t go it alone -- give her a shout! There will be a professional organizer and mortgage loan officer on hand to answer any additional questions you may have. Lunch will be provided, sponsored by Leading Edge Realty. Registration required.

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  10. Americana Slow Jam - Bluegrass & Roots Music

    January 23, 2020, 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

    Join Winchester Community Music School for an acoustic evening of Americana classics – blues, Bluegrass, and classic hits that twang! This jam session offers a great entry level experience for those who want to learn how to play with each other in a jam setting, as well as being appropriate for more accomplished or advanced players. Songs are projected onto a screen to help you follow along, and host Steve Latanision will be on hand to help with chords and scales. We'll start with 20-30 well known Americana genre tunes to choose from (including Angel from Montgomery, Old Joe Clark, Will the Circle Be Unbroken, Friend of the Devil, and Rider). You can add your own favorite song if you bring a legible lead sheet. Note that this is an all acoustic evening – bring out your guitars, banjos, mandolins, and fiddles. Free admission. For more information, call 781-721-2950 or visit www.winchestermusic.org. Winchester Community Music School, 407 Highland Avenue, Winchester.

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  11. Jazz in the Sanctuary Presents a "Saxophone Summit"

    January 24, 2020, 8:00 PM - 10:00 PM @ Winchester Unitarian Church

    A jazz sextet featuring some of Boston's best young saxophonists will pay tribute to the saxophone and its preeminent role in jazz music at Jazz in the Sanctuary’s “Saxophone Summit,” Friday, January 24th, 8:00 p.m., at Winchester Unitarian Society, 478 Main Street. The program highlights many of the jazz greats who contributed to the jazz saxophone tradition, including John Coltrane, Charlie Parker, Stan Getz, and Coleman Hawkins. Featured performers are Mike Tucker on tenor sax, Lihi Haruvi on soprano sax, and Mark Zaleski on alto sax, with John Kramer on piano, Mark Pucci on bass, and Yoron Israel on drums. A reception will follow the concert. The venue is handicapped accessible, and free street parking is available.

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  12. Brio Theater Expressive Painting Workshop

    January 26, 2020, 1:00 PM

    Learn the art of expressive painting in this freestyle workshop with artist, Eli Portman. Experiment with different colors and brushes on various textures and surfaces with warm guidance and encouragement from the artist. A great activity for the aspiring painter or anyone who just wants to experiment with the gestural, physical and sensory experience that painting provides. You may bring in a photo or object for inspiration, but it is not necessary. All abilities and ages 12 and older welcome! Registration required at: www.briotheatre.org/events. Sponsored by Brio Theatre and a grant from The Cummings Foundation.

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  13. Painting Workshop with Artist Eli Portman

    January 26, 2020, 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM @ The Jenks Center

    We will be working with tempera paints and learning to experiment with different colors and brushes on various different surfaces. Students will get the chance to paint and to explore with warm guidance and encouragement. This is a great activity for the aspiring painter who enjoys working with their hands, and with the gestural, physical and sensory experience that painting can provide! This workshop is for all abilities and ages (12 years old to adults). Paints, brushes, and canvases will be provided. Open to the public free of charge. Wear clothing that you can paint in!

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  14. Podiatry Clinic

    January 28, 2020, 9:15 AM - 12:15 PM

    The Jenks offers podiatry services twice a month: the first Thursday (10 am-1 pm) and the fourth Tuesday (9:15 am-12:15 pm). Dr. Gregorian, a Board-Certified Podiatrist, brings her own equipment and charges $35.00 made payable to her (check or cash, please). Appointments required. Call to schedule.

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  15. Memory Café

    January 28, 2020, 10:30 AM

    Start the New Year off with the Jenks Memory Café where Fitness instructor Farhana Stevenson will introduce the Eccentrics Workout. Created in 1997 by Miranda? Esmonde-White, one of America’s greatest educators of healthy aging, this exercise uses dynamic stretching and strengthening techniques to engage our 650 muscles and 360 joints, promoting flexibility, mobility and pain-relief. Light refreshments served. Wear comfortable clothing. Registration required.

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  16. ASL Beginner Classes

    January 28, 2020, 6:15 PM - 7:15 PM @ Brio Integrated Theatre

    Learn a new language, a visual language “American Signing Language” in our 10 Week Course. If you have never taken a beginner ASL course or want to take another one, this is the course for you. “Keep Calm and Sign On”. In this fun and engaging class, you will learn the alphabet, basic phrases in fun engaging ways. Drop-Ins are welcome to join in! No classes Feb 18 and March 17 This course will be taught by ASL teacher, Ali Coakley. Ali Coakley is a state-certified ASL teacher and interpreter. She is involved in the local deaf community, always expanding her knowledge of the culture and language.

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  17. ABCs of Racism: Starting the Conversation about Race and Racism with Kids

    January 28, 2020, 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM @ Winchester Unitarian Society Metcalf Hall

    This interactive workshop led by Boston-based racial justice educators Wee the People will explore the barriers that prevent adults from talking about race and racism with kids, examine the social science of race awareness in children, and identify strategies to start the conversation with kids about the complexities of race, racism, and racial differences.

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  18. ASL Intermediate Classes

    January 28, 2020, 7:30 PM - 8:30 PM @ Brio Integrated Theatre

    Discover more about this visual language – American Signing Language. In this 10 week conversational classes you will learn new phrasings and vocabulary. You will learn to be more fluent and comfortable with your signing. For students who have taken a beginner ASL course and know how to sign the alphabet. -- Drop-Ins are welcome to join! No classes on February 18 & March 17 This course will be taught by ASL teacher, Ali Coakley. Ali Coakley is a state-certified ASL teacher and interpreter. She is involved in the local deaf community, always expanding her knowledge of the culture and language.

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