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Professor Dennis Whyte, Director of the MIT Plasma Science and Fusion Center, will speak on Fusion Energy and the impact of the new superconducting magnets on the development of fusion energy systems.
Register at www.jenkscenter.org to obtain the Zoom link.
Downtown Winchester (Main and Thompson Streets)
Join for a night to celebrate Winchester. Main and Thompson Streets will be closed from 5 pm-10 pm, stores will be open!
Live Music with Winchester's own, Sounds Like Chicken!
Cheer on the WHS Field Hockey Teams High school and youth organizations will be selling “Spirit Wear” in booths on the streets
Knowlton Stadium (behind McCall Middle School)
It's Spirit Night! Come cheer on the Field Hockey teams. Go Red and Black!
Ripley Chapel at First Congregational Church in Winchester.
Original, time-honored, and contemporary Americana music!
Live in-person and live streamed from the stunning Ripley Chapel at First Congregational Church, Winchester. Please join us for an inventive and dynamic evening of classic bluegrass mixed with original music featuring “The Revenants,” an exciting, collaborative trio of New England’s most respected musicians.
Showcasing compelling, intricately braided vocals, richly textured instrumental work, and solid, innovative rhythm, the three band members bring decades of performing experience to the stage. Through their many years of musical collaboration, they speak soulfully with one voice.
Bluegrass Gospel Project alums Taylor Armerding (founding member of the Boston-based progressive bluegrass band “Northern Lights”), Andy Greene (singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and one of Vermont’s most versatile acoustic musicians), and Kirk Lord (sought-after bassist and well-respected member of the New England bluegrass commun
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Meeting ID: 894 9956 3927
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