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Books to Movies

June 3rd, 2020 · No Comments · City Library, Main Branch, West Branch

Titles highlighted in yellow can be found in ebook on Project Gutenberg,  Titles marked with * are available on e-book and/or audiobook on Hoopla. Just Mercy by Bryan Stevenson, out Jan 10, currently available digitally and on-demand The Outsider by Stephen King on HBO Jan 12      *Dolittle based on ‘The Voyage of Doctor Dolittle’ by […]

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Genealogical Sources – United States Census

May 31st, 2020 · No Comments · City Library, Main Branch, News, NH Room, West Branch

The United State Census is very helpful in developing leads and clues about your ancestors, as you build your family history. Starting in 1790, the United States Census has been taken every 10 years. Each Census year has different questions. Here are some elements, from the census over the years that can help you with […]

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Staff Picks – Virtual Edition

May 28th, 2020 · No Comments · Books, City Library, Main Branch, Teens, West Branch

Our library staff couldn’t wait to share these wonderful reads. Let us know if you enjoy them too!

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May Thrillers Selections

May 27th, 2020 · No Comments · Books, City Library, Main Branch, West Branch

For May, we are highlighting some female authors in the Thriller genre.  

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Memorial Day

May 25th, 2020 · No Comments · City Library, Main Branch, West Branch

Take a pause this weekend to thank and remember those individuals who gave the ultimate sacrifice over the past decades, so that we can enjoy the American way today.

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Media Literacy

May 19th, 2020 · No Comments · City Library, Main Branch, West Branch

There is a lot of confusing information out there. The Manchester  City Library will be posting a series of blog posts To help you develop some news and media literacy skills. What is Media Literacy?  Media literacy is the ability to critically analyze news and media content. Media literacy can help you: better understand how […]

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System upgrade – interrupted service

May 18th, 2020 · No Comments · City Library, E-Books, Library Databases, Main Branch, West Branch

System upgrade: our library catalog will be unavailable. On Tuesday, May 19th, our public catalog will be down for a system upgrade for about 5 hours. Access to eBooks, music, movies and access to our electronic resources (databases) will likewise be unavailable. For assistance please call us at 624-6550 x 3319, use our chat service […]

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Learn a New Language with MCL

May 17th, 2020 · No Comments · City Library, Library Databases, Main Branch, West Branch

Did you know that you can access Transparent Language through the library? Transparent offers over 100 languages to learn, including some with lessons designed for kids! Practice listening, speaking, reading and writing a new language today. Simply sign up using the library’s link here: Transparent Language Log in with your active library card, create an […]

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MCL Notes – Virtual Services (Issue 4)

May 16th, 2020 · No Comments · City Library, Main Branch, News, Newsletter, West Branch

The latest edition of MCL Notes – Virtual Services is now available!  Find out what’s new at the Manchester libraries, and see what we have happening as the weather gets nicer… For your convenience, you can also sign up to receive this quarterly newsletter by email. Wishing you all health, peace and happiness. MCL Notes […]

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Free COVID-19 Tests for Greater Manchester Residents

May 14th, 2020 · No Comments · City Library, Main Branch, News, West Branch

The City of Manchester Emergency Operations Center (EOC) announced today that continued testing will be offered through Wednesday, May 20th for Greater Manchester residents who are either symptomatic OR are in a high risk group.

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