Jo Schreck and Maggie, a certified therapy dog, will be doing a “Minutes with Maggie” program at the Manchester Public Library this summer on Thursdays from 10:30 to 11:30 am for kids ages 7-11. Kids can drop in and read to Maggie every Thursday morning on a first come, first serve basis!
The Manchester Fire Department has partnered with the Exploring Program to give high school students hands-on opportunities to learn about a career in firefighting and emergency services. The Manchester Fire Department Firefighting and Emergency Services Exploring Program is designed to give students the information and hands-on experiences associated with a career in firefighting and emergency…
Bring your children to Storytime at the Manchester Public Library! Toddler times are every Wednesday at 10:30 for ages 1-3. Preschool story times are every Friday at 10:30 for ages 3-5. There is no registration required. If you have any questions, call the library at 927-3719.
Card parties are held at the Golden Age Activity Center in Manchester every Tuesday at 12:30 pm. Everyone is invited. For more information, call Gladys at 927.4649.
The Greeley Senior Mealsite is now serving dinner on Mondays, as well as Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Enjoy dinner at 11:30 am for $5.
Bingo is held every Monday night at 7 pm at the Legion Hall in Delhi. Everyone welcome.
Euchre Tournaments are held at the Delhi Legion Hall on Wednesday nights at 7 pm. Everyone welcome.
The Delaware County Food Bank is in need of re-usable cloth bags. You can drop off the bags at the Burrington Group office at 105 West Main Street in Manchester Monday through Friday from 8 am to 5 pm.
Meet new people and have fun with your friends at the Manchester Chamber’s Trivia Night! Trivia Night is held at 7 pm on the second Thursday of each month. Everyone is welcome and there is no admission charge, but you do pay for your own food and drink. Location is determined each month by the…
If you use the Mobile Food Pantry that comes to Manchester each month, you’ll want to make note of a new change. You’ll now need to show a photo ID before picking up any food. Linda Farrand says starting this month, the Northeast Iowa Food Bank will require a photo ID at registration. Everything else…