The Manchester Public Library is hosting a monthly Wednesday Book Group with - Oliver Butterworth especially for grades K-2nd! Library staff will read aloud from some of the best Children’s Classics and kids can go home with a library copy to share and read with their family.
Join Sandra Stolle, former teacher and Chess instructor, to learn how to play the game, learn new moves, and sharpen your skills. The January Chess Club is recommended for grades 2-6th, others with enthusiasm welcome. No prior experience necessary, and players of all skill levels are welcome - both new players and experienced players are sure to enjoy a fun yet challenging session.
The series will run for three Mondays and is free, but space is limited to first 12 children to register.
Sawyer Free Library invites you to a reading from by the author Lisa Capone. Dale Brown of the Whale Center of New England will be there as part of the presentation. Discuss this true story of a North Atlantic Humpback whale's autumn spent close to shore in Salem Sound, the people that interacted with her and her journey south that ended in her death off of the Virginia coast. Inland's skeleton is now on display at the Whale Center of New England, and has been used as a teaching aid in whale anatomy for thousands of visitors!
Take a trip Down Under with Creature Teachers and the likes of a cockatoo, kookaburra, wallaby, cuscus, woma python, blue-tongue skink, bearded dragon, a pair of White’s tree frogs and other animals not seen beyond the unique ecosystem of this island continent.
Yetti Frenkel, of the fame is returning to the Manchester Public Library with a new writing series of workshops for ages 10-16.
Sunday, July 21
Monday, July 22
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