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Special to the News Nov. 25, 2023

The Winchester Chamber of Commerce has organized the Third Annual Holiday Stroll for the week of Nov 27 to Dec 3.  The Stroll has now become a cherished tradition where the residents of Winchester and surrounding communities can enjoy a full week of holiday festivities in Winchester Center’s Historic and Cultural District.  The very popular Red Ticket Raffle promotion will be running all week long as well:  simply spend $25 at a participating store and win cash prizes!  The Chamber would like to thank our Lead Sponsor, Winchester Co-operative Bank, for making the 2023 Stroll possible.

Schedule of Events for the 2023 Holiday Stroll include:

For more information, visit https://visitwinchesterma.com/stroll-2023/

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