- This week at story time, the kids had some fun making penguins! Join Mrs. Karen next Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. and explore "Winter Birds".--- 5 months ago
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The MHS Art Show will only be up until this Friday, April 27, 2018. Stop by to view this amazing art before then!
The Manchester History Guild’s meeting will be on Tues. April 17 at 7pm.
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
Imaginative and artistic soul Mireille Prusak has been employed at Manchester District Library for three years. When not reading or working, Mireille dabbles in creative ventures including decorating, collecting art, herbalism, and writing. She has written a great number … Continue reading
Aaron Bushaw is a local, self-taught, working-class artist. Since his school days, Aaron has dabbled in many mediums but never loved any particular one enough to stick with it. Recently returning to art (Aaron put it aside for a time) … Continue reading
Originally scheduled for February 26, this event will now be held at Manchester District Library on Wednesday, February 26, 2014 from 6-8 pm. David Nelson fell for pottery when his high school art teacher arranged for students to visit her … Continue reading
Not only can one find intellectual inspiration among the books at Manchester District Library, but one may also find creative inspiration. Art from Manchester High School students is shown each spring, work from Japanese children was recently exhibited, and pottery … Continue reading