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Inventory Turnover Sale
Inventory Turnover Sale Wed Jan 25, Sale all day, tasting 5-7pm We’re always looking to bring in new and better wines, and, at the same time, many fine wines just don’t sell as well as others. To make room for new wines, we’re having a sale of 18 wines to help make room. As an en[...]

781 721 9463

When: Jan 25, 2017 5pm in Winchester, MA
Cost: Free

"Jazz in the Sanctuary" Tours the Seasons

Join a sextet of some of Boston’s best jazz musicians as they present “Jazz in the Sanctuary,” at Winchester Unitarian Society, on Friday, January 27th. This year’s performance will take a tour through the seasons, featuring standards such as “Joy Spring,” “Summertime,” and “Autumn Leaves.” Performers include Greg Hopkins on trumpet, Mike Tucker on saxophone, Jeff Galindo on trombone, John Kramer on piano, Mark Pucci on bass, and Yoron Israel on drums. A reception will follow the concert. The concert venue is handicapped accessible; street parking is available.

When: Jan 27, 2017 8pm in Winchester, MA
Cost: Suggested donations at the door: $20 for adults, $15 for seniors, and $5 for students.

New Wines

New Wines Sat. Jan 28, 4-7pm 20% off wines and food Wines Food Punta Crena, Mataossu (indigenous, means "crazy grape"), Crisp White, Liguria, Italy, Y, Unique: "It smells and tastes savory, like fresh cut root vegetables spritzed with lemon juice"    &nbs[...]

781 721 9463

When: Jan 28, 2017 4pm in Winchester, MA
Cost: Free

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About Winchester, MA
Winchester Massachusetts is a thriving residential community that is noted for its fine public school system along with its beautiful homes and easy access to Boston.

The late 1800's saw the development of Winchester as an affluent suburban community. Wealthy businessmen moved out of Boston to "the country" and built large and opulent homes. The town's character is still reflected in these beautiful houses built just before and after the turn of the century.

The village atmosphere remains and is fueled by the unusual civic spirit of Winchester's residents. The citizens of the town take an intensive interest in the management of its affairs and in its continued improvement and beautification.