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Antarctica, the White Continent

May 13th, 2020 · No Comments · City Library, Events, Main Branch, West Branch

Award-winning photographer Ken Harvey shares his trip to Antarctica, with its stark beauty and extraordinary wildlife.

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Lyme Disease: Your Questions Answered with Dr. Lynn Durand

May 3rd, 2020 · Comments Off on Lyme Disease: Your Questions Answered with Dr. Lynn Durand · City Library, Events, Main Branch, Virtual Programs, West Branch

Join us virtually for a timely presentation about the prevention and treatment of Lyme disease, with Dr. Lynn Durand

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Discoveries in Bird Migration

April 30th, 2020 · Comments Off on Discoveries in Bird Migration · City Library, Events, Main Branch, Virtual Programs, West Branch

The history of discoveries in bird migration reveals the role of creativity and ingenuity in science.

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A Census Challenge

April 25th, 2020 · Comments Off on A Census Challenge · City Library, Events, Government Documents, Main Branch, West Branch

In this uncertain time, it can be easy to focus only on the Coronavirus, however, there are important things going on right now that we need to keep in mind.  If you have not yet filled out your census, now is the time to do so.  The Census Bureau has a really great website where […]

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MCL Notes – Virtual Services

April 22nd, 2020 · Comments Off on MCL Notes – Virtual Services · Audiobooks, Children, City Library, E-Books, Events, Main Branch, National Library Week, News, Newsletter, West Branch

National Library Week starts Sunday (April 19-25), and we hope you have been able to “find the library at your place” while the Manchester Libraries remain closed. Catch up on the latest in our current newsletter as we continue to serve you virtually.

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National Library Week is April 19-25, 2020!

April 19th, 2020 · Comments Off on National Library Week is April 19-25, 2020! · Books, City Library, E-Books, Events, Main Branch, National Library Week, West Branch

The theme for this year’s National Library Week is “Find Your Place at the Library”.

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Cat

April 13th, 2020 · Comments Off on Cat · City Library, Main Branch, National Poetry Month, West Branch

By Marilyn Singer I preferwarm fur,a perfect fireto lie beside,a cozy lapwhere I can nap,an empty chairwhen she’s not there.I want heat     on my feet     on my nose     on my hide.No cat I rememberdislikes December     inside.

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Teen Social Distancing Challenge

April 6th, 2020 · Comments Off on Teen Social Distancing Challenge · City Library, Events, Grades 6-12, News, Teens

Teens! Looking for something to keep you busy? From now until May 1st, Manchester teens in grades 6 to 12 are invited to participate in the Manchester City Library’s Teen Social Distancing Challenge! There are 15 activities that you can participate in. Each activity is worth one point, and can be repeated on another day […]

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Doing the 2020 Census With Amy

March 30th, 2020 · 1 Comment · City Library, Events, Main Branch, West Branch

Ok, it’s time to do the Census. This is one thing that actually won’t be canceled, postponed, re-scheduled, or Zoomed.

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Library programming and community meetings cancelled until further notice

March 14th, 2020 · Comments Off on Library programming and community meetings cancelled until further notice · Book Group, City Library, Computer Classes, Events, Kanopy film Series, Library Closings, Main Branch, Movies, Streaming Movies & Music, Uncategorized, West Branch, Yarn & Yap

Effective Monday March 16th the Manchester City Library will be cancelling all library programming as well as any community meetings to be held at our buildings until further notice. Our decision is based on the State of Emergency declared by the Governor as well on the advice of the City’s Emergency Operations Center. The library […]

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