On April 22, 2023, the Winchester Conservation Commission sponsored its annual Aberjona Day cleanup of the river and ponds. The event was also the beginning of the "Waterfield Festival", a celebration of arts and culture in the Winchester Cultural District with the theme of "water" that will extend through the summer and fall.
Civic Gathering #6: "Connecting Anew for a Caring and Inclusive Community" welcomes all who live, work, and worship in Winchester to come together on Wednesday, October 17, at the Jenks Center, 109 Skillings Road, from 7 to 9 p.m. The event will feature Outgoing Town Manager Richard Howard, incoming Town Manager Lisa Wong, Phillip Beltz, Director of the Council on Aging, and Judith Evans, Superintendent of Schools, together with many others.
Thursday, October 17 at 7 pm
The Jenks Center, 109 Skillings Rd
All are welcome and encouraged to attend!
What if Winchester created a unique opportunity for youth to add their voice to important community conversations, especially those that matter most to them?
Come and participate in the shaping of Winchester’s Master Plan. The Town Common Task Force (TCTF) is organizing our next civic gathering to give us an opportunity to impact Winchester’s future.
If you’re concerned about how resilient Winchester will be to climate change; how the Aberjona River will be protected and showcased; how new developments will affect our watershed; how any other aspects of modern living will affect our environment: Come give your input!
How is COVID-19 changing your world? Let's keep a record of what we're going through in this unprecedented time. The Winchester Archival Center is collecting submissions of photos, videos, essays or other items that will help tell the story of our coronavirus experiences.
To contribute, visit winpublib.org/covid19project.