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Thursday, February 27, 2020

Go ahead. Click on Boston Dynamics and you'll be amazed. Robots these days are scarily incredible and those who design them have our future at their fingertips. You can get a taste at Manchester High on Saturday, as lots of local students will participate in a regional robotics competition known as the Vex IQ Challenge. It's free and will be fun. Also free and fun: our newsletter. Click here to subscribe.
The Little Theatre of Manchester's 'Murder on the Orient Express' wraps up this weekend with performances Friday and Saturday at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday at 2 p.m.
Saturday, Feb. 29 
Monday, March 2  Tuesday, March 3 Wednesday, March 4 Thursday, March 5
Next Saturday at Mary Cheney Library: A birthday party in the morning and a colorful Hindu celebration in the afternoon.
Friday, March 6  Saturday, March 7 
MORE MEETINGS: We list BoD and BoE meetings above but there are more meetings on the town events calendar and in the BoE events/meetings calendar.
IN OUR LIBRARIES: We include a few key events in listings above; there are lots more in the libraries' comprehensive event calendars.
Further Down The Road
Note: All of the calendars above are compiled based on things people submit as well as what we find on social media, in the Town Events Calendar and anywhere else. For space purposes we post some things in our 'OneMan Central' log. If we are missing anything, just email
Around And About
The gallery is on both Facebook and Instagram.
The Journal Inquirer and Hartford Courant both have regular town news coverage (but monthly free-read limits). You'll also find stories in Manchester Patch. Published recently:
OneManchester Sports
Seniors on the Manchester High wrestling team are ready for the postseason ... meanwhile, Little League is right around the corner. (The map, which includes Bolton, show the National/American boundary map. Our OneManchester Sports FB page has lots of photos and more.
New In Newsletters
Property owners "who have improved their property in a manner that preserves its historic value and character” are eligible for awards and there's more in the Manchester Historical Society newsletter.
Also: The highly anticipated certification courses for Life Guard Training and Water Safety Instructor Training start soon. See more in the E-Recreation newsletter.
We gets lots of newsletters and try to link to the latest of each:  
Hanging Around
Artwork from high school students throughout town is on display at WORK_SPACE  through March 26.
Published weekly since August 2017, always free, and not hacked since Sept. 12, 2019, OneManchester is compiled by Jim Farrell and Paul Ofria of the school district's communications office based on contributions from people and institutions throughout town. Jim, the district's communications director, can be reached at or 860-268-6377.