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Alisa Bowen-Marcado, owner of Rhythm Brewing, will share her entrepreneurial journey as a Black female business owner succeeding at a male-dominated business while teaching us how to navigate the craft beer boom.
Manchester is performing a revaluation for the Grand List of October 1, 2021. Work on this revaluation is continuing.
The Manchester Sculpture Project announces a new way to support efforts to raise funds for a life-size bronze statue of Elisabeth M. Bennet.
The Department of Leisure Family and Recreation's Summer 2021 Program and Event Guide is here - registration begins May 4 for residents and May 7 for non-residents.
Manchester’s Repurposed Schools Committee is launching a neighborhood and town-wide community outreach to solicit input on how four Manchester elementary school buildings will be repurposed for future use. The Board of Directors has charged the Committee with the development and implementation of a coordinated plan to repurpose Nathan Hale, Washington, Martin, and Robertson Schools. Nathan Hale, decommissioned in 2012, has been vacant the longest and will be the first school targeted for repurposing.
On April 20, 2021, Derek Chauvin was found guilty on all counts for the murder of George Floyd last May.
Happy May! The Galleries at WORK_SPACE is pleased to announce another 2nd Saturday for viewing of the gallery. Join us on Saturday 5/8 with featured artist Leslie Prentis, who will be here creating live art onsite! Starting at 10am-2pm!
During this monthly lunchtime networking event, we gather on Zoom to watch and then discuss an interesting video.
During this monthly lunchtime networking event, we gather on Zoom to watch and then discuss an interesting video.
June 12 is the official opening of Juneteenth: The Art of Independence which happens to coincide with CT’s Open House Day. Join us onsite to view the exhibit!
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