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Sunday, September 23, 2018
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9:00am [9:00am] LAND TRUST TAG SALE
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Manchester Land Trust Tag Sale. Friday Sept. 21st-Saturday Sept. 29th. Time: 9am-2pm 330 Bush Hill Rd. A giant tag sale will benefit the Manchester Land Conservation Trust and its work to preserve open space lands. Shop Friday, September 21 through Saturday, September 29 from 9:00 to 2:00 each day at 330 Bush Hill Road, Manchester, in the old cider barn on our farm property, with 5,000 square feet of books, games, dishes, tools, artwork, curiosities, furniture, machinery, household and sports items, near-antiques, glassware, and items both useful and decorative. Books: $5 per bag. Thanks to all who have donated items to our tag sale, which raises funds to protect land and maintain trails. Info: www.manchesterlandtrust.org.




[12:00pm] Woodbridge Barn Open House
Description:
The Manchester Historical Society invites the public to free open houses of the restored eighteenth-century Woodbridge Barn and the grounds of its Woodbridge farmstead from12:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. on these Sundays: May 6, 20 and then continuing on the second and fourth Sundays of the month: June 10, 24; July 8, 22; August 12, 26; September 9, 23; October 14, 28. The farmstead is located in Manchester Green at 495 East Middle Turnpike, near its intersection with Woodbridge Street. Visitors can park at the municipal lot behind the Senior Center, and along the street that runs between the Senior Center and the farmstead itself. From the street, walk to the backyard using the grass driveway between the house and Woodbridge Pizza. The Woodbridge farmstead was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1999. The barn contains displays of farm tools and equipment. Info about local history: www.manchesterhistory.org





[1:00pm] Historical Society Presents a Play: Murder in Manchester
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The Manchester Historical Society presents 'Murder in Manchester, the Great Silk Heist' an original one-act play, at the History Center. This new play tells the story of the January 1919 attempted silk heist in Manchester, and the murder of Cheney security chief Bill Madden. Author Walt Scadden wrote this play as well as a book on the topic. Local actors will portray Bill Madden, Police Chief Sam Gordon, and other residents. Admission: $3.00 for members; $5.00 for non-members. Parking available along Pleasant Street, off Forest Street (no on-street parking) as well as in a small lot north of the History Center. Info on local history: www.manchesterhistory.org.

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