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Tuesday, April 11, 2017
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10:00am [10:30am] Harold and the Purple Crayon Activity
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Visit the library to contribute to our Harold and the Purple Crayon mural! Children who attend this program will receive their own copy of Harold and the Purple Crayon by Crockett Johnson. Only one book per family will be given while supplies last. Call 860-645-0577 for information.

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7:00pm [7:00pm] Board of Directors Meeting
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Pursuant to Chapter 3 of the General Statutes of Connecticut, Section 1-21, notice is hereby given that the schedule of Regular Meetings of the Board of Directors for year 2017 is as follows: January 3 and (10th cancelled) February 7 and (14th cancelled) March 7 and 14 (14th CANCELLED) April 4, 11, and 18 May 2 and 9 June 6 and 13 July 11 and 18 August 1 and 8 September 5 and 12 October 3 and 10 *November 20 and 21 December 5 and 12 *Swearing In Ceremony is on Monday, November 20th. Meeting of the newly elected Board of Directors is Tuesday, November 21st. Regular meetings will be held in the Hearing Room at Lincoln Center, 494 Main Street, Manchester, Connecticut at 7:00 p.m. Special Meetings will be held at such time and places as determined by the Board of Directors. Agendas are posted online. See website below.

[7:00pm] Budget Adoption
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Budget Adoption Lincoln Center Hearing Room 494 Main St.

[7:00pm] Little Theatre of Manchester Presents: GLENGARRY GLEN ROSS
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Little Theatre of Manchesterís Evenings@7 begins on April 11, 2017, at 7:00 p.m. with an intimate script-in-hand play reading of David Mametís Pulitzer Prize-winning dark comedy GLENGARRY GLEN ROSS. Real estate is not for the faint of heart. GLENGARRY GLEN ROSS is the story of cutthroat sales people who try to grind out a living by peddling worthless land in a desperate attempt to keep their jobs and maybe even win a Cadillac. Playwright David Mamet is at his best, using the profane poetry of modern real estate sales people who cajole, connive, and wheel and deal as they scramble to claim their fair share of the American dream.