Speak Up Food & Drink MANCHESTER — Arts Mash at the Unitarian Universalist Society: East will host Speak Up: Food & Drink with Matthew Dicks at 7 p.m. Manchester Library Events MANCHESTER — The Manchester Public Library is offering the following events. Peter Rabbit will be in attendance for photos and crafts at a.m. The program is limited to 20 children in grades 1-4 only. Children who attend this program will receive their own copy of the book, one book per family, while supplies last. Wednesday, April 12, for children ages 3-5, at Cheney. Thursday, April 13, at Whiton, 100 North Main St., and p.m. Animal Embassy will help children understand the differences between nocturnal, crepuscular and diurnal animals by providing live examples of each. The evening features humorous and heartfelt stories centered on the theme of food and drink. Both are joint winners of the 2015 CT Virtuosi Institute Youth Competition. Donations are accepted and a reception will follow the concert. A limited number of tickets will be handed out for the workshop, beginning at p.m. A "Harold and the Purple Crayon" activity will take place at a.m. Visit the library to contribute to its Harold and the Purple Crayon mural. After the walk, those who attend may return to the library for a craft and snack. Children under 14 must be accompanied by a parent or adult caregiver. Animal Embassy: Nightlife in the Animal Kingdom will take place at p.m.You might be surprised to know 1 in 3 teen relationships show signs of dating violence.Think about yourself and two of your closest friends (male or female).Please check our calendar for up coming events."Kenneth E.
He has been a church organist and choirmaster for most of his career and had a special talent for improvisation.
In 1838, the Cheney family started what became the world's largest silk mill. According to the United States Census Bureau, the town has a total area of 27.7 square miles (71.7 km there were 54,740 people, 23,197 households, and 14,010 families residing in the town.
Eventually, Manchester became an ideal industrial community. The population density was 2,008.2 people per square mile (775.4/km²).
The Pitkin Glassworks operated from 1783-1830 as the first successful glassworks in Connecticut.
The Pitkin Glassworks Ruin have been preserved by a historical society. 1780 by Aaron Buckland and later sold to the Hilliard family, The Hilliard Mills are the oldest woolen mill site in the country.