Tuesday, June 19, 2018
Public Access

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11:00am [11:00am] BLOOD MOBILE Manchester
Please visit a blood drive today and save a life! To schedule your appointment call 1-800-RED CROSS or visit us online at the website below. Walk-ins are welcome or call 1-800-RED CROSS (1-800-733-2767)

How to revive a neighborhood: With imagination, beauty, and art. TUESDAY, June 19, 2018 (12:45-1:30pm) – Open to the public. Anyone who wants to Nosh & Network Bring your own lunch. We'll provide drinks and dessert. RSVP to Stacey via manager@workspacemanchester.com Theaster Gates, a potter by training and a social activist by calling, wanted to do something about the sorry state of his neighborhood on the south side of Chicago. So he did, transforming abandoned buildings to create community hubs that connect and inspire those who still live there (and draw in those who don't).

7:00pm [7:00pm] Manchester Conservation Commission Meeting
The following is the schedule of meetings to be held by the Manchester Conservation Commission. Meetings take place on Tuesdays at 7:00 p.m. in the Directors’ Room, 494 Main Street, Manchester, Connecticut. The Commission does not meet in July or August. MEETING DATES February 20, 2018 March 20, 2018 April 17, 2018 May 15, 2018 June 19, 2018 September 18, 2018 October 16, 2018 November 20, 2018 December 18, 2018 January 15, 2019 The Conservation Commission approved this schedule on November 21, 2017.

[7:00pm] The Way Out: A One Woman Show
The Whiton Branch Library present The Way Out a one-woman show written and presented by Sue Huggans on Tuesday June 19th, 2018. This program is recommended for adults only. The Way Out is a ten-minute, one-woman show about the discovery of repressed childhood abuse memories, the effects on an entire life even though suppressed, and how recovery is possible. A true, personal story, written and performed by Sue Huggans, it has been taken from her longer, 90-minute piece, still in development. The abuse itself is handled in a stunning yet sensitive manner- nothing harrowing. Audience reactions have included: "Amazing, gripping." "It got me thinking about something that happened to me..." Time is allowed after the show for questions and feedback from the audience, which Sue would greatly appreciate. Now retired, Sue Huggans has plunged into this second career with a goal of helping fellow child-abuse survivors and their loved ones. She is the founder and producer of the fourteen member Story City Troupe, which offers short, true, personal stories in the style of The Moth Radio Hour (NPR). The Troupe performs at the Buttonwood Tree in Middletown, CT the first Friday of every month, and all proceeds benefit the Buttonwood Tree. No registration required for this free event. This event is recommended for adults only. For more information, please call Jenn Bartlett at 860-643-2471 or visit the library website.