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This program encourages parents and children to interact in a creative and challenging environment with their children, along with social involvement with other preschool children. Children will explore working with paint, glue and other craft materials. Parents and children will have loads of fun when they team up and create all sorts of crafts. (8 week sessions)
Date: Fridays, January 27th-March 24th (Off 2/24)
Time: 10:00AM - 10:45AM
Location: Winchester Recreation
Instructor: Carol McCollem (EEC Certified Child Care Director)
Eric Miller, Chief Scientist, DOE Hydrogen & Fuel Cell Technologies Office will speak on the DOE’s work oriented toward the production of hydrogen as an energy source, on Project HydroGEN.
Register at www.jenkscenter.org to obtain the Zoom link.
This year, Winchester Unitarian Society’s Jazz in the Sanctuary presents “New Beginnings,” Friday, January 27th, at 8:00 PM. The concert pays tribute to the post-pandemic “reboot” we’ve been experiencing lately, with jazz tunes such as McCoy Tyner’s “Inception,” Herbie Hancock’s “Maiden Voyage,” Kenny Barron’s “Dawn,” and many others. The concert will be held live in the Winchester Unitarian Society sanctuary, 478 Main Street, Winchester. It will also be live-streamed.
Music will be performed by Tom Palance on trumpet, Brian Price on saxophone, John Kramer on piano, Rick McLaughlin on bass, and Yoron Israel on drums.
Suggested donations at the door are $20 adults, $15 seniors, $5 students; donations may also be made online. Masks are optional; a special area will be designated for those wishing to wear masks. The venue is handicapped accessible, and street parking is available. For a link to the live-streamed concert, go to https://www.winchesteruu.org/news/concert-series/.
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Meeting ID: 812 3700 0250
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