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The Manchester City Library will soon be undergoing renovations

October 30th, 2018 · No Comments · Ages 0-2, Ages 2-3, Ages 4-5, Ages 6-13, Children, City Library, Events, Grades 3-5, Grades K-2, Main Branch, News, Teens, Trustees

The Manchester City Library will soon be undergoing renovations to the children’s room area at the Carpenter Memorial Building.  These changes will greatly benefit the many local families that utilize our services.  The work on the project will begin with relocating children’s services to the library’s Winchell Room during the week of November 5th.

This construction work will require the temporary closure of the children’s room during this time period.  All children’s materials will still be available for patrons and some children’s programming will continue while renovations are in progress.  As part of this project the library’s oil line into the building is being upgraded and our sewer lines are being replaced so there will be activity outside the building as well.

Beginning on November 13th patrons can utilize an accessible entrance door to the library on Amherst Street (south side of the building) as the door from our parking lot will be closed during construction.  Limited parking will still be available in our public lot but you will need to enter the building via the front door or via the door on Amherst Street.   In addition there will be three marked handicap accessible parking spaces on Amherst Street for patron parking.  Children’s services will be operating from the Winchell Room as well.

Thank you for your patience while we make these renovations to the Manchester City Library.  The project is scheduled for completion in late March of 2019.

This renovation project will assist the Manchester City Library with improving the quality of our services to meet the needs of our community.

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