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The library will be showing the movie “The Carrier” after-hours on Saturday, October 28th at 8pm. Adults of all ages are welcome to drop by. Advertisements
Join us at the library on Friday, October 27th at 3:30pm for a free showing of the classic “The Quiet Man,” starring John Wayne.
The Stewards of Western Washtenaw have free environmental movie showings on the 4th Tuesday of the month at 7pm. Stop by on Tuesday, October 24th at 7pm to watch “Flight of the Butterflies.”
The library’s book discussion group will be meeting next Wednesday, October 18th at 7pm to discuss this month’s selection: “A Sand County Almanac and Sketches Here and There” by Aldo Leopold.
Katherine Willson, professional genealogist, will be in the library on Tuesday, October 17th at 7pm to discuss the topic “Resources for Genealogical Research in Foreign Countries.” No registration necessary.
Looking for homework help? Visit the following pages for lists of useful resources. Homeschooling: http://www.manchesterlibrary.info/resources-for-homeschoolers.html Children: http://www.manchesterlibrary.info/resources-for-children.html Teens: http://www.manchesterlibrary.info/resources-for-young-adultsteens.html Adults: http://www.manchesterlibrary.info/resources-for-adult-learning.html
The Library will be offering a free showing of the movie “The Hero” on Friday, Sept 29th at 3:30pm in the Village Room. This movie is rated R. No registration required; free popcorn provided.
Join other dedicated genealogists (and genealogical hobbyists) for our monthly after-hours “Family Search Lock-In” on Saturday, Sept 16th from 2-5pm. Attendees received uninterrupted time with the public computers in order to conduct genealogical research. No registration required.
Every Tuesday, we have a drop-in coloring hour from 6:30-7:30pm for adults of all ages. Utilize your creative side! This free program is open to the public.
Swing by the Library to hear Kammy Ostrander (Essentially Yours: Essential Oils and Vibrant Living) talk about essential oils and how they can help keep you and your immune system healthy. Her presentation will take place Monday, August 28th from … Continue reading