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What’s Your Plan? The Manchester Library Hosts Free Estate Planning Presentation. Let’s talk estate planning. No, please, don’t run away. We get it. Estate planning isn’t the easiest subject to tackle. It’s all so complicated. Wills.Trusts…what’s the difference? And there … Continue reading
Free movie on Friday, December 29th: “It’s a Wonderful Life” (1946) at 3:30pm
Stop by the library and warm up with some hot tea and yummy snacks next Tuesday, December 5th from 2-3pm
Stop by the library and warm up with some hot tea and yummy snacks next Tuesday, November 7th from 2-3pm
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.
Stop by the library on Friday, October 20th at 10:30 am for a free showing of the movie “Nine Lives” (rated PG). Public welcome!
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.”
As part of Manchester’s sesquicentennial celebration, the Manchester District Library will be showing the movie “The Carrier” (1988) repeatedly between 12-5pm in the Village Room (1 floor below the Library) on Saturday, August 5th. “The Carrier” was filmed in Manchester. … Continue reading
Our monthly Tuesday Tea Time is next week (August 1st from 2-3pm). Stop by the Library and drink up!
Kammy Ostrander (Essentially Yours: Essential Oils and Vibrant Living) will be giving a presentation entitled “Little Ones & Essential Oils” on Monday, July 31st from 7-8pm on the Library’s upper level. Stop by and learn about which essential oils are … Continue reading