Thursday, March 28 Published weekly since August 2017
Happy first anniversary to the Manchester Women's Club. Reborn last February after being dormant for too many years to remember, the MWC celebrated an eventful inaugural year with a gathering Wednesday at Labyrinth Brewing Co. Scroll down for pics from Year 1 and get ready for their next big thing, a town-wide tag sale on Saturday, June 8 (more on that soon). Like this newsletter? Click here to subscribe.
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Year of the Women
The Manchester Women's Club had an eventful first year. Some highlights:
Clockwise from top left: A pickleball fundraiser; free self-defense classes (in partnership with the MPD); a few members at last year's Rebuilding Together (they're doing it again April 27); and a monthly 'book club within the club' that meets at a different restaurant monthly.
Want to learn more about the Manchester Women's Club? Just click here. President Grahame Slogesky said they would love to be more racially diverse: "We hope our membership will soon reflect the makeup of this great community that we represent."
Parks and Rec Summer camp 2019 registration forms must be postmarked no later than Sunday at midnight. The form and other camp info can be found here.
Preschool Signups: Manchester Headstart has walk-in days starting on Tuesday. Follow this link for complete schedule or directions on how to sign up online.
Today is Opening day in the major leagues -- but Manchester Little Leaguers have to wait until Saturday, April 28. For your weekly local news and notes (congrats Jimmy Titus of East Catholic), visit OneManchester Sports Central.
The official US Army Jazz Band stopped in Manchester Tuesday night for a show that began with the Manchester High Jazz Ensemble. There's more on the district Facebook page.
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