Summer is on its way out, but the hydrangea in my yard is just starting. The rain has stopped for a few days, allowing for a nice blue-on-blue picture.
Here is the October Calendar. Happy Halloween!!
This post briefly overviews the many interesting facts Susan covered during the walk. If you have yet to attend a history walk, I highly recommend it. Susan presents the historical information in an engaging and friendly manner. You will learn about architecture and how Manchester has changed from demolition to preservation. You will understand how different groups and religions discriminated against each other. You will see things for the first time, something you have often walked by and have not seen.
The next walk is on Sunday, September 17, at 1:00, beginning on the front steps of the town hall and continuing into Center Memorial Park.
Here is a link to the booklet describing all of the walks this year: 23 Walks Booklet
Back to school for Manchester students next week. Here is the calendar of events for September in Manchester.
The last chance to check out the market on Spruce St is this Wednesday from 4:30-7:30 p.m. Northwest Park will host the fall markets in September and October.
After two days at Custer State Park, we were starting to feel homesick. We changed our original plans and hit the road a day early. We were tired of all the driving, so we camped at private campgrounds closer to the highways rather than state parks. It was a great trip, and this is a beautiful country. We are happy to be home.
We have been home in Manchester for a month and busy catching up with all we neglected for 6 weeks. Seeing this country and visiting some national parks was an exhilarating experience. It also feels great to be home. After this, there will be one more “Travel Away from Manchester” video.
July is a busy month in Manchester with plenty of outdoor activities.
Independence Day is on a Tuesday this year, and Manchester’s Dutch Fogarty Independence Day Celebration at Manchester Community College is on Saturday the eighth.
You could attend a concert every night except Monday during the second week of July and two concerts on Wednesday.
Remember to stop by the Spruce St Farmer’s Market on Wednesdays.
Here is a link to the July Calendar with information taken from more than 10 websites.