Events around Winchester
November 20, 2016 - garden totes
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“Shirts for Autism”: Winchester-based Autism Housing Pathways, in partnership with Auburn-based nonprofit Community 4 Each, is rising a new initiative, patrician “Shirts for Autism.” Some people with autism have an mania with ripping shirts that have any abnormality in them. When this is interconnected with nipping on shirts, people can go by hundreds of shirts a year. The trigger is seeking donations of clean, unstained and untorn shirts: T-shirts, long-sleeved shirts, polos, etc. Adult vast and extra-large are a many useful, though mediums are accepted. Shirts might be forsaken off in a cosmetic totes during 22 Willowdale Road in Winchester, or 855 Oxford St. South in Auburn. Those who wish to set adult a collection site during their classification or propagandize can hit AHPhousing@comcast.net. Those whose family member with a incapacity in Massachusetts needs shirts might hit AHPhousing@comcast.net. Once shirts start opening in, an estimable complement for distributing them will be established.
Winton Club Holiday Gift Faire: 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Nov. 17 and 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Nov. 18, Winchester Hospital, 41 Highland Ave., Winchester. The Winton Club of Winchester will reason a annual Winton Club Holiday Gift Faire in a first-floor lobby. Free cheuffer parking is accessible during a Emergency Room entrance. Winton Club volunteers will assistance residents find gifts, toys, accessories, stewardess gifts, dress valuables and more. The Winton Club is a nonprofit women’s use classification exclusively ancillary Winchester Hospital in use and fundraising activities. For information: wintonclub.org.
“Footloose a Musical”: Nov. 18-20, McCall Middle School Auditorium, 458 Main St., Winchester. Winchester Cooperative Theatre, in team-work with McCall Middle School, will benefaction “Footloose a Musical” this fall. Purchase tickets from any expel member or buy them online during winchesterchildrenstheatre.com. Tickets cost $20. Showtimes: 7:30 p.m. Nov. 18-19; 1 and 4 p.m. Nov. 20.
Faculty show with John Kramer: 7:30 p.m. Nov. 18, Winchester Community Music School, 407 Highland Ave. Piano expertise member during Winchester Community Music School John Kramer will applaud a recover of his new CD, “Meditations,” with a solo piano show of his strange compositions. Kramer’s works compound a operation of low-pitched styles from antique to Debussy, from Gershwin to minimalism. The module will underline a brew of his newer works with personal favorites from his compositional library. Free admission. Pre-concert cocktails during 7 p.m. For information: 781-721-2950; winchestermusic.org.
Jazz Vespers: 4 p.m. Nov. 19, First Congregational Church First sanctuary, 21 Church St., Winchester. First Congregational Church will reason a ceremony use featuring a Jazz Vespers. The use represents a brew of prayer, poetry, scripture, congregational singing and live jazz. Through these elements, attendees will travel by an ancient use of request in a creative, spontaneous and pondering way. Conversation will be reason during a end of a service. For information: 781-729-9180; fcc-winchester.org.
Winchester Cooperative Nursery School Drop-In Open House: 9-11:30 a.m. Nov. 19, Winchester Cooperative Nursery School, 478 Main St., Winchester. The Winchester Cooperative Nursery School will reason a Drop-In Open House, where relatives can revisit classrooms and let their children try while they find out some-more about WCNS. The executive and enrollment cabinet will be on palm to answer questions. For information: winchestercoop.org.
Operation Christmas Child Pizza and Packing Party: 4-6 p.m. Nov. 19, Hope Christian Church, 58 Mount Vernon St., Winchester. From children to seniors, people container shoebox gifts any year for children in need around a universe during a Operation Christmas Child Pizza and Packing Party. Parents mostly use a plan to learn their kids about giving, and year-round volunteers support these efforts opposite a country. What to bring: toys, propagandize supplies, clothes, boots and hygiene items; and a print of oneself or family to embody in a box. Not accepted: candy or war-themed toys; liquids or lotions; drugs or vitamins; or brittle items. Monetary donations are acquire to compensate for shipping (cost: $7 per box). For information: 781-721-1317; email@example.com.
Gingerbread workshop: 10 a.m. to noon Dec. 1, The Gables, 299 Cambridge St., Winchester. Winchester Home and Garden Club will applaud a deteriorate by decorating tradition gingerbread houses. Participants will use topping to insert candies and emanate icicles that will drip. Cost is $25. For membership information: whgclub.org. To haven a spot, email Gail Morlock with name and seminar pretension during firstname.lastname@example.org. Space is limited.
Festival of Wreaths: 4-9 p.m. Dec. 1, Next Door Theater, 40 Cross St., Winchester. The Winchester Home and Garden Club will horde their initial Festival of Wreaths. Those who would like sum on participating in decorating and displaying a wreath, or how to perspective a vaunt of wreaths, can revisit whgclub.org. Proceeds will advantage a Fountain on a Common and a garden club’s other efforts. Free.
Open Mic Night during Starbucks: 7-9 p.m. Dec. 1, Starbucks Coffee, 542 Main St., Winchester. Winchester Community Music School will horde a infrequent dusk of open-mic song during Starbucks. All ages, instruments and forms of acoustic song are welcome. Individual or tiny duo/trio performances are encouraged. Hosted by Winchester Community Music School and singer/songwriter Mike Verge. For information: 781-721-2950; winchestermusic.org.
Jenks Center aptness class: 3:25 p.m. Tuesdays, 3:30 p.m. Thursdays, 3:30 p.m. Fridays, Jenks Center, 109 Skillings Road, Winchester. For those who are worried in a health bar environment though not prepared for a comparison chair gymnastics class, a Jenks Center offers a aptness category with fortifying song and movements matched for all ages groups and ability levels. Participants should wear what they are many gentle in and move a pad and sneakers. Tuesdays and Thursdays are strength training and Fridays are Dance Fever. $5 drop-in fee. For information: 781-729-1599.
Al-Anon “Back to Basics” meetings: 7:30 p.m. Fridays, Crawford Memorial United Methodist Church, 34 Dix St., Winchester.