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Due to the recent snowstorm, Nemo, the Winchester Multicultural Network had to reschedule its community conference, Winchester in Transition- WIT 2013. The new date is Sunday, March 10 from 12:30-5:00 p.m.
Sol Gittleman, Tufts University Professor, will still be the dynamic keynote speaker. Gittleman is a former Provost, celebrated lecturer, and passionate historian of American immigration. As a longtime Winchester resident, he will focus on what Winchester was like in the 1960s and how it has transitioned into our current community.
WIT 2013 participants will have a choice of two of four sessions led by professional facilitators: Stress, Accessibility, Class, and the Changing Face of Winchester/Demographics.
Stress: The growing recognition of stress in our lives across all ages from youth to elderly.
Accessibility: The issue of accessibility throughout the town for those with limited mobility.
Class: The hidden issues of class that are often not discussed openly in America's suburban communities.
Demographics: How is the face of Winchester changing?
Those who have already registered for WIT on the originally scheduled date do not need to re-register, and the new date allows people who were not able to attend on the originally scheduled date to join the conference. The WIT 2013 website, www.GetToWit.org has all the updated information.
|Where||Winchester Town Hall 71 Mount Vernon St, Winchester, MA 01890 (Auditorium)|
|Next on||This event is over.|
|Time||12:30 pm–5:00 pm|
|Who to bring||College Students, Moms, Dads, Singles, Teens, Seniors|
More About Winchester Town Hall
Located right along Mount Vernon Street, Town Hall houses most of the town's meetings either in the Mystic Valley Room, Waterfield Room or the Selectmen's Meeting Room on the second floor.
The building, located right next to the library houses most of the town's main offices. Attached to the building is a war memorial honoring fallen soliders of the country's past wars.