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The library will be accepting Toys for Tots donations through Saturday, December 16th 🎁 Advertisements
Drop off your unwanted, gently-used books at the Library in the Village Room on Saturday, September 2nd from 10am-12pm.
Have books in good condition that you need to get rid of? Bring them by the Library next Saturday, July 1st from 10am-12pm. Items can be dropped off in the Village Room (1 floor below the Library).
In honor of Flag Day, on June 14th, the Manchester Community Resource Center (CRC) is asking community members to consider donating non-perishable pantry items in red, white and/or blue packaging to the Community Resource Center during the week of June … Continue reading
The MDL would like to thank all of our generous patrons for their donations of school supplies for Klager Elementary students. We will continue to accept donations of supplies through the end of September.
Beginning Monday, August 22, and continuing through the end of September, the Library will be collecting school supplies for Klager Elementary School. Please bring your donations of pencils, crayons, paper, folders, Kleenex, markers, and other general school supplies to the … Continue reading
Adults can sign up for our 2014 Summer Reading Program, Literary Elements, beginning this Friday afternoon at 1 pm. Remember, we have a fantastic show for everyone on Friday at 2pm: Zeemo the YoYo Man will be on hand to … Continue reading
Daisy the Gecko is at home in the Manchester District Library. Among other things, geckos eat crickets which are dusted with nutrients for the gecko just prior to feeding. Also interesting, and shared with us by John Lebert, Curator of … Continue reading
LEGOs have long been recognized as an educational toy (shh, don’t let the kids know). If you need any convincing, please read the linked article in School Library Journal. To promote this learning opportunity and take advantage of the social nature … Continue reading