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Tuesday, November 20, 2018
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12:00pm [12:10pm] Ted Talk Tuesday
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Inside The Mind of a Master Procrastinator. By Tim Urban This is a monthly network gathering where we watch a TED Talk over lunch, discuss the talk, and then eat cake to celebrate birthdays for that month. You bring your own lunch and business cards, we provide beverages and cake. Free. RSVP to info@WORKSPACEmanchester.com.

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6:00pm [6:00pm] Manchester Youth Commission Meeting
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All meetings are held in the Manchester Room, Town Hall unless otherwise indicated. Time is 6:00 - 7:30 PM unless otherwise noted. Public Comment opens at 6:15 PM. 10/16/18 11/06/18 (Closed Meeting at 63 Linden St 9:00-12:00) 11/20/18 12/04/18 12/7-12/9/18 (Retreat held at Channel 3 Kids Camp) 12/18/18(Public Hearing) 1/08/19 1/15/19 (MLK Celebration @ MHS 5:00-8:30 PM) 1/22/19 (Exam week-NO MEETING) 2/5/19 2/19/19 3/5/19 3/19/19 4/02/19 4/16/19 (Spring Break-NO MEETING) 4/23/19 5/7/19 5/21/19 (Interviews-Closed Meeting at 63 Linden St 4:00-9:00PM) 6/4/19 (Board of Directors Annual Report Presentation location & Time TBA) Dates are subject to change. Dates listed are MANDTORY therefore subject to the attendance policy. Additional dates may be required depending on events, activities, special sessions needed. Note: If schools are canceled or early dismissal meetings will be postponed.


[7:00pm] Manchester Conservation Commission Meeting
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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 World War One Memorials Of Connecticut
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The Manchester Public Library will host Richard Franklin Donahue with The World War One Memorials Of Connecticut on Tuesday November 20, 2018. As the First World War ended, American communities hurried to memorialize the great efforts of their sons and daughters. Changes in cultural and civic ideals since the American Civil War led to extensive public discourse about what memorials should and should not be. Government leaders, artists, historians, and the monument industry itself promoted ideas from simple tablets to monoliths rivaling those of Egypt and Rome. Memorials throughout Connecticut exemplify this entire range of monumental styles. Having visited and cataloged more than 220 monuments throughout the 169 towns in Connecticut, Richard Franklin Donohue will display images of the monuments and explore trends in their design and placement, with special emphasis placed on the memorials in Manchester, specifically Manchester Memorial Hospital, and those of the surrounding towns. Richard Franklin Donohue is the Town Historian of his hometown of Cromwell, Connecticut. His original research has formed the basis of museum exhibits, traveling lectures, and living history programs on topics ranging from 18th-century slavery to Civil War-era subscription balls to early 20th-century marine engines. As President and Program Director of the Cromwell Historical Society for nearly fifteen years and a teacher in both public and private schools for twenty-five, he strives to enhance his town’s interest and participation in local and national history. In addition to his work with history, Richard is a tenor soloist specializing in Middle English Carols, Bach arias, and German Lieder and is the Director of the 1876 Singing Society at Mystic Seaport. No registration required for this free event. For more information, please call Jenn Bartlett at 860-645-0821 or visit the library website.

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