Manchester District Library upcoming events
submitted by Samantha Kreklau, Manchester District Library
Weekly Adult Coloring Hour: Tuesdays, Sept 19th and 26th, 2017; 6:30-7:30 pm
Every week on Tuesday evening, the Library hosts a coloring hour for adults. Coloring has been shown to reduce stress, so you can see this as a form of meditation. All materials needed are supplied by the Library. This program is free; no registration is required; and adults of all ages are welcome to attend.
Weekly Preschool Storytime: Wednesdays, Sept 20th and 27th, 2017; 10-11 am
Preschoolers of all ages are welcome to come to the Library on Wednesday mornings to take part in Miss Karen’s storytime. Each week has a separate theme. This free program does not require registration.
Weekly In-Stitches Crafting Group: Wednesdays, Sept 20th and 27th, 2017; 6:30-7:30 pm
This weekly program is for anyone who would like to drop in and work on a crafting project in the company of other dedicated and knowledgeable crafters. Most of the group knits, so if you are a beginning knitter and need help, there is someone available to answer questions. There are also attendees who quilt, crochet, embroider, do needlework, and so on — and they are always happy to welcome new people. This free program does not require registration.
Monthly Book Club Discussion: Wednesday, Sept 20th, 2017; 7-8 pm
In September, the library book club will be reading “Why Read Moby-Dick” by Nathaniel Philbrook. The group will be discussing this book on the 20th from 7-8 pm. Copies of this book are available for checkout at the library ahead of time. This free program does not require registration.
Monthly Board Meeting: Monday, Sept 25th, 2017; 7-8 pm
The Library Board of Trustees’ monthly Board Meeting will be held on Monday, September 25th from 7-8 pm in the Village of Manchester Council Chambers (1 floor below the Library). The public is welcome to attend.
Monthly Movie Showing: Friday, Sept 29th, 2017; 3:30pm
The Library’s free monthly movie showing will take place at 3:30 pm on September 29th in the Village Room (1 floor below Library). Attendees will be watching “Hero” (rated R). Public is welcome; no registration required. Free popcorn is provided.
Homework Help Available Electronically Using the Library
Need help working on your homework? The Library has links for that! Be sure to check out our web pages on resources for homeschoolers, children, young adults/teens, and adult learning. These pages link out to several great websites for studying for occupational tests, finding school curriculum, school-aged homework help, etc. See the Library’s “External Resources” landing page for more information: http://www.manchesterlibrary.