The Manchester Public Library invites kids to the Children’s Room every Monday from 2 to 3 for a different Lego building challenge for kids to complete. Kids can work in teams or alone to complete the challenge and then they can put their creations on display until the next week! Drop-ins welcome! Legos will be portioned into Challenge Sets so no one can use too many but it's first come, first served with the sets. For kids in grades 1 to 5.
The TOHP Burnham Public Library invites teens and tweens to come make their own tie dyes using Shapies! Spaces are limited so sign up early. Bring yout own plain white t-shirt an the library will provide the rest of the materials!
Manchester Public Library welcomes families to come to the parking lot behind Town Hall to touch, climb inside, and even honk the horns of the real vehicles our Fire Department, Department of Public Works, and Police Departments use in Manchester-by-the-Sea! Plus there will be wheels and fuel (cookies and drinks). Kids of all ages are welcome! No need to register.
Calling all teens for the 2016 Summer Volunteen Program! If you’re entering 6th to 12th grade, the library would love to have you volunteer this summer to help keep the summer reading program running flawlessly! We ask volunteens to do 15 hours of service over the course of the summer. We're more than happy to schedule service hours around summer commitments, as long as you give us enough of a heads-up! Applications for the 2016 Summer Volunteen Program are at the front desk. Completed applications can be returned to Kate.
Celebrate the sea on May 21! Come to the library for a sailor's storytime at 10:00 AM. Then, we'll have a boat-building contest, roving singers performing sea chanteys, food, and crafts at the library and across the street at the Manchester Historical Museum! For families with kids of all ages. Please register ahead of time with Miss Kate in person or at 978-526-2016 or email@example.com.
Worcester Think Tank offers affordable educational programs and workshops in science, mathematics, technology, and creative arts for students aged 8-18. Join them to explore renewable energy sources at the Manchester Public Library. You’ll design and build your own small solar powered car to take home! Who can make the coolest, fastest car?
Spring is a time of renewal and growth. After-school activities include lending a hand with conservation work, eco-splorations, journeying as a waterdrop from land to sea, uncovering secret tales, journaling, mapping/orienteering, and hiking our forest, wetlands, and mountainsides. For kids ages 9-11.
Cape Ann Symphony’s May Concert features The Three B’s: Bach, Beethoven and Brahms: a trio of renowned composers; and world class soloists: violinist Lucia Lin, cellist Owen Young and pianist Robert Levin for a classical music performance to remember. These three powerful soloists join the orchestra for Beethoven’s Triple Concerto for Violin, Cello and Piano. The Three B’s Concert program also includes the orchestra playing Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto No.3 and Brahms’ Symphony No. 3 in F Major. Manchester-Essex High School Auditorium is handicapped accessible.
Spring Cleaning? Book Sale Donations Wanted!
What a great time to clean out your closet, bookshelves and more. The Friends of the Manchester Public library are actively working on the upcoming booksale (Saturday July 30th) and welcome your clean, usable book donations.
Please bring these to the library in one or two bags or boxes at a time, this lets the volunteer group keep up with the flow for sorting, pricing, and storing. Your help is much appreciated!