Manross Library will hold a Potato Chip Social for adults, on Saturday, March 21st, at 2:00 p.m. You are invited to a Potato Chip Social for adults where we will mark National Potato Chip Day with a fun and tasty program of all things potato chip! Activities include a trivia game with prizes, judging the best plain potato chip, sharing recipes and, of course, sampling potato Chips and other surprises. Refreshments will be served courtesy of the Friends of Bristol Public Library. No charge. Please stop by and register at Manross or call: 860/584-7790.
F.N. Manross Memorial is closed today due to the weather. The Main Library at 5 High Street is open.
2014 Holiday Mini Book Sale The Friends of the Bristol Public Library will hold a Holiday Mini-Sale beginning on Monday, December 1st in the lobbies of the Bristol Public Library and the Manross Memorial Library. Nearly new books for readers of all ages, movies and CDs, including many holiday-themed and gift-quality items, will be available for purchase at reasonable prices whenever the libraries are open. The sale will allow shoppers to stock up on winter reading material as well as holiday gifts, and the proceeds will help fund reading programs for children, young adults, and adults at both Bristol libraries.
Willie Was Different and Other Musical Tales
At 2:00 PM on Saturday October 25, the Manross Library will present “Willie Was Different and Other Musical Tales,” a free concert for music lovers of all ages.
The heart of the program features four musicians performing a composition based on the children’s story by Norman Rockwell. Music and narration bring to life the tale of Willie the wood thrush, who has a special talent for beautiful improvisations on his native birdsong. Other chamber, classical, and whimsical arrangements round out this delightful performance by Tracy Norkun, flute; Andrew Raibeck, clarinet; Karla Lee, bassoon; and Jean Degan, piano.
This concert, complete with light refreshments, has been made possible by a generous grant from the Friends of the Bristol Public Library. Please visit the library or call 860.584.7790 to register.