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The Community Calendar is to publicize events located in Winchester where the pubic is invited to attend. For profit businesses are allowed to post on this calendar up to 3 days per month. All submissions are subject to approval.
No holidays, events outside of Winchester or personal events are to be posted.
John Clark will highlight some of the most popular music of the war years (1914-1918) with audio and video clips. Listen to British songs like It's a Long, Long Way from Tipperary and Pack Up Your Troubles, that were popular prior to American involvement.Then, as events began to draw us into this "war to end all wars", opposing viewpoints were expressed in popular songs, like the pacifistic I Didn't Raise My Boy to Be a Soldier and the militaristic Wake Up, America! You will also listen to songs about how American life had changed after the war, like How You Gonna Keep 'Em Down on the Farm and I've Got My Captain Working for Me Now. Featured artists include Vernon Dalhart, Eddie Cantor, Billy Murray, Henry Burr, and Peerless Quartet.
Register at www.jenkscenter.org
Sponsored by the John and Mary Murphy Foundation.
The Holiday Season is upon us! If you will be entertaining, how about having fun non-alcoholic drink options available for your family members and friends who are living alcohol-free, looking to cut back or just for something new?
Mocktails are all the rage! Come on out to see what they are all about!
We'll have a few signature holiday versions and a variety of others to sample.
Whether you are looking to cut back, curious about living alcohol-free or already are, the holidays can be super fun with zero proof drinks! Coach Courtney will provide recipes and tips on mixing things up during the holidays and beyond.
The Jenks Center
Join us for a presentation on the Pondicherry National Wildlife Refuge. The Speaker Bob Quinn was the first field Ornithologist for Audubon in New Hampshire. We will embark on one of Bob’s natural history adventures and learn about the Wildlife Refuge with its 237 bird species, 77 dragonfly and damselfly species, and 65 species of butterflies. The refuge consists of 928 acres and is known for being one of the best inland migration spots in the state of New Hampshire. At Audubon, he was inspired by those he calls his mentors; people like Tudor Richards, an Audubon volunteer who, needing another driver for a tour he was leading, invited Bob to go with him to the Florida Everglades. It was Quinn’s first birding tour and he eventually founded Merlin Wildlife Tours, which he has led, all around the world, from Bhutan to New Hampshire.
Sponsored by The Menotomy Bird Club and a generous grant from The Cummings Foundation.
Remote Participation Via Zoom
Meeting ID: 862 4979 0935 Passcode: 764639
IN PERSON AT WINCHESTER PUBLIC LIBRARY TRUSTEES CONFERENCE ROOM
Winchester High School - Room LG1 (B118)
80 Skillings Road, Winchester MA
Live streaming via Wincam:
REMOTE PARTICIPATION VIA ZOOM
IN PERSON AT WILDWOOD CEMETERY OFFICE