What is a rain garden? How can they help protect our rivers and streams? How can you design and build one that is just right for you? Join Manchester’s Mark VanBogelen this Saturday, March 8th, from 11am to 12pm at The Garden Mill located at 110 S. Main St., in Chelsea for a free rain garden […]
This is a public forum to learn about the ALICE program that our schools are now using. If you have any questions at all as a parent, this meeting is for you.
Editors Note: This event has been postponed until Wednesday February 26 . The Manchester District Library currently has the work of local resident and World’s Greatest Potter, David W. Nelson on display as this month’s art exhibit. This Tuesday, Feb. 25, from 6pm to 8pm he’ll be at the library showing and discussing his […]
Manchester girls going to prom will have a new option when it comes to prom dress shopping this year. For two days only, Manchester will have a “Free Prom Dress Boutique”. Girls will be able to come browse, try-on, and leave with a dress for free. The temporary shop will be set up in the […]
It’s maple syrup time! The communities of The Big 400 are teaming up to celebrate maple syruping in southern Michigan with a festival on Saturday, March 8, 2014. The festival includes pancake breakfasts, tours of tapping areas and the syruping process, the release of a local maple wine, and lots of good things to eat. In Manchester, […]
The students of the Cultural Art Strings program will be performing at The Wild Acorn on Saturday, February 22nd, from 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm for a drop-in concert. Come for all or part of this concert. The door will be open, music will be playing, and light refreshments will be had by all! This event […]
Girl Scout cookies were delivered this past week to the Manchester area. Have you been dreaming about the creamy chocolate, peanut butter, and crunchy cookie of the Tagalongs or the cool burst of mint combined with smooth chocolate in the Thin Mints? Either way, the wait is over! You will soon see girl scouts in […]