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  1. Winchester Home & Garden Club March Meeting

    March 21, 2018, 11:30 AM - 1:45 PM @ St. Eulalia’s Church, Parish Hall

    The Winchester Home & Garden Club in collaboration with the Winchester Garden Club, will be welcoming Green City Growers,, for a joint program. GCG convert unused commercial, municipal, educational and residential spaces into vibrant urban farms anywhere the sun shines. They help promote physical health, environmental awareness and knowledge of where food really comes from. Come learn more about the WH&GC mission, “Bloom where you are planted”, enjoy a lunch and this month’s program. Winchester Home & Garden Club memberships are $50 for the year or join us for this month’s program for $10. Social Time/Lunch begins at 11:30 am, the Business Meeting begins at 12:00 pm with the program starting immediately after the Business Meeting. To learn more about the Winchester Home & Garden Club or membership, please go to

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  2. Cooks Night Out with Chef Mel

    March 21, 2018, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM @ The Jenks Center

    Melanie Carden grew up in the kitchen and has been creating food experiences for friends, family and clients in a variety of settings for more than 20 years. Join Chef Mel for some fun classes that will empower you to explore new foods and ideas for cooking that is both healthy and indulgent! Space limited. Call to Register or visit website.

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  3. Beginner Bridge Lessons with Bob Gaudet

    March 21, 2018, 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM @ The Jenks Center

    Over eight weeks, you will learn how to play bridge, including the basics of bidding, play, scoring, Bridge conventions and techniques. Classes include hands-on learning, guided demonstrations, group discussions, and bridge hands to practice techniques. All very fun, taught by nationally certified Bridge teacher, Bob Gaudet. A popular class; limited space. Call to register or visit website.

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  4. Globalization with Lorin Maloney

    March 21, 2018, 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM @ The Jenks Center

    Lorin returns to teach this stimulating series that examines globalization of the United States. We are living in times of crises or, at the very least, supremely challenging times, both domestically and internationally. Since World War II, the United States had been the dominant nation state through the close of the 20th century. Events over the past two decades may very well have signaled a shift in America’s prominence. These eight sessions will investigate the underpinnings of globalization and their impact on the United States and on a wide range of countries including Russia, China, India, and Brazil. Call to Register or visit website.

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  5. Picasso and the Painting that Shocked the World

    March 21, 2018, 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM @ Winchester Public Library

    Miles Unger is the author of three books on Renaissance Italy. His latest, Picasso and the Painting that Shocked the World, tells the story of how Pablo Picasso, an obscure young painter from Barcelona, came to Paris and made himself into the most influential artist of the 20th century. Book sales courtesy of Book Ends.

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