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Wednesday, August 29, 2018
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11:00am [11:00am] BLOOD MOBILE Mancheser
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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)



[1:00pm] BLOOD MOBILE Manchester
Description:
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)

[1:00pm] Mobile Food Share
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There is a mobile food share at New River Community Church, 314 Woodbridge Street, Manchester, every other Wednesday from 1:00 - 1:30pm. This program provides primarily fresh fruits and vegetables to individuals & families in need. For more information, call New River Church at 860-648-2970 or Foodshare at 860-286-9999. Please bring your own bags.






[4:00pm] Spruce Street Market Nights
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Wednesdays, June 13 – October 17, RAIN OR SHINE! August 1 - Live music with Nina & The Rumblings. Free garden workshop: 'Drying Herbs' August 8 - Music by Bill Ludwig & Dan Petrozza. Free garden workshop: 'Sowing Seeds'. August 15 - Live music with 41 Prospect. Free garden workshop: 'Saving Seeds'. August 22 - Live music with Amy Ansah. Free garden workshop: 'Planting Peas'. August 29 - Live music with Skylark City. 'Lend a Hand' gallery opening. Shop local and support Connecticut farmers, artists, and artisans. We accept SNAP and Senior/WIC FMNP Benefits. Double your SNAP dollars – spend $10; get $20 worth of CT Grown produce.









[7:00pm] The Not So “YA” Book Club
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'Hidden Girl by Shyima Hall' When Shyima Hall was eight years old, her impoverished parents sold her to pay a debt. Two years later, the wealthy family she was sold to moved to Orange County, California, and smuggled her with them. Shyima served the family eighteen hours a day, seven days a week until she was twelve. That’s when an anonymous call from a neighbor brought about the end of Shyima’s servitude—but her journey to true freedom was far from over. Also available on Hoopla as a downloadable audiobook. Questions contact mdaiuto@manchesterct.gov or call at 860-645-0821

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