Thursday, April 4 Published weekly since August 2017
Wickham Park, with its 280 acres of gardens, fields, woodlands, ponds, picnic areas, and more, is back in business on Saturday and remains open (from 9 a.m to sunset, daily) until the last weekend in October. The photos just below hint at the majesty of the park. Also coming -- National Public Library Week starts Sunday and locally will include an oral history project you can read about here. Incidentally, if you like this newsletter (and why wouldn't you?!) just click here to subscribe.
Also: We've got more town events listed in our 'OneMan Central' log (and the town events calendar is another trove of information). As for the schools, you can also check out MPS Central, which lists future district happenings, half-days and more. And if we are missing anything, anywhere, just email firstname.lastname@example.org to add an item.
Manchester Head Start walk-in registration continues. Follow this link for complete schedule or directions on how to sign up online.
Parks and Rec Summer camp 2019 registration forms are still being accepted. The form and other camp info can be found here.
One more: the latest Manchester Adult & Continuing Education newsletter is here.
Our Sports Section
The MHS spring sports season got off to a great start as the softball team beat Bolton 18-7 on Saturday. More pics on our FB page.For more sports info -- including a roundup by Manchester Patch of local high school athletes who earned all-state or all-conference recognition -- visit OneManchester Sports Central.
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 email@example.com or 860-268-6377.