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We’ll be giving a free showing of the children’s movie “Sherlock Gnomes” on Friday, July 27, 2018 at 1pm in the Village Room (1 floor below the library). Join us for this great movie!
Join us for a magic show & dessert. On Friday, July 20, 2018 from 1-3:30pm, A2 Magic will be here and we’ll be celebrating with ice cream! This program is open to the public – no ticket required, nor is … Continue reading
Join us for tea and snacks in the adult seating area on Tuesday, July 3, 2018 from 2-3pm.
We’re putting on a free showing of the movie “Gifted” on Friday, May 25 starting at 3:30pm in the Village Room.
Save the Date! Free Expungement Workshop. May 16, 1-4pm in the Village Room. 912 City Road, Manchester, MI.
The MHS Art Show will only be up until this Friday, April 27, 2018. Stop by to view this amazing art before then!
You’re invited to a special Costco Wholesale shopping event sponsored by the Southeast Michigan Area District Libraries. No membership needed! March 12-18. Extra bonuses if you join. *Come to the library to get your 1-day shopping pass.* (Shopping pass required for … Continue reading
Free movie at the library! A great way to escape from the February blahs. February 23rd at 3:30pm in the Village Room (Lower Level).
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