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Published weekly since August 2017

Thursday, February 6, 2020

Valentine's Day is a week away but the fun begins early with craft events at Mary Cheney Library on both Tuesday and Thursday. Also coming soon: the opening of LTM's 60th season on Feb. 14 when the curtain rises on 'Murder on the Orient Express.' The production runs through March 1. We have more info below as well as this reminder: It's easy to subscribe to our newsletter and you'll then get it Thursday nights.
Saturday, Feb. 8 Sunday, Feb. 9
Monday, Feb. 10 Tuesday, Feb. 11
Wednesday, Feb. 12 
Thursday, Feb. 13
Friday, Feb. 14 
Saturday, Feb. 15  Sunday, Feb. 16
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
ALSO: 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.
Keeping Track Of It All
We gets lots of newsletters and try to link to the latest of each.  
OneManchester Sports
Manchester Travel Basketball held a fundraiser at Illing last Saturday that raised $650 for the American Cancer Society. We have that and more on the OneManchester Sports FB page.
What's Your Problem?
Members of the Future Problem Solvers Club at Bennet are prepping for a statewide competition with the topic being' Gamification.' That is, the application of elements of game playing to other areas (such as education or marketing) to encourage engagement with a product or service.
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.