Saturday, October 6, 2018
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  Attention Crafters!
Attention Crafters! Second Congregational Church will hold its annual New England Country Fair on Sat. Oct. 20 and we are looking for crafters. Please contact the church at 860-649-2863 or Matt 860-890-7328.

8:00am [8:00am] Manchester Farmers Market
Manchester Farmers Market July 7th – October 27th every Saturday rain or shine, 8:00am-12:30pm. Fresh local fruits, vegetables, flowers, herbs, honey etc. WIC Coupons accepted. Call for more info: 860-643-2207. Location: Town parking lot at corner of Main St. and Forest St., Manchester

1:00pm [1:00pm] Free Walking Tour in the Cheney Historical District
Free Walking Tour in the Cheney National Historic District Saturday, October 6, starting at 1:00 p.m. in front of 146 Hartford Road, the former Cheney Office Building. Find out about the huge brick buildings that remain from the days of the world-famous silk mills. Who worked there? Who owned the mills? Where did workers and owners live? Rain or shine, but extreme weather cancels. Information about the Cheney district and Manchester's history at www.manchesterhistory.org. The walk is free, but donations to the Manchester Historical Society are welcome.

[1:00pm] Recipe Readers Meeting
Recipe Readers Oct. 6, 2018 @ 1 pm at Mary Cheney Library, Howroyd Program Room Do you find yourself browsing through the cookbook section of your favorite library or bookstore? Do you like tasting new things and enjoy discussing them with others? Then we have just the program for you. Come to one of our “Recipe Readers ” events. This club will meet monthly on Saturday afternoons from 1 to 3. Each month a theme, author or cookbook will be chosen. Participants are asked to pick one recipe from the book(s) and come to the program with dish in hand on the date posted ready to discuss their experience. Dishes should arrive fully prepared and ready to share. This month’s book selection: “Soup: A Way of Life” by Barbara Kafka. Registration Required. Questions, contact mdaiuto@manchesterct.gov or call at 860-645-0821. http://library.townofmanchester.org