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DEC
06
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Christmas Craft

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 We've made crafting so easy at the library.  For everyone that's so busy why not drop into the library and pick up all the supplies you'll need to make this Christmas tree decoration.  Everything you need is here in a ziplock bag.  Pick it up. Take it home, Create your tree ornament and watch your children hang it on the tree.  How easy is that!
AUG
10
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Tissue Turtle Craft

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 Sorry for the mix up but today's craft is the tissue turtle.  Stop in and pick up the supplies and instructions on how to create this paper turtle. It's easy to take everything home and do the craft in your own spare time.   Have fun!
AUG
08
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Summer Crafts

Posted on ago

With the summer months being busy for everyone we have decided that instead of hosting a craft day we will set out supplies and instructions so all you have to do is drop in pick up what is needed and complete the crafts at home when you have time. Let us know what you think by emailing librarian@mannvillelibrary.ab.ca.
MAY
03
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Live History Theatre

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 It was a near sell out crowd that gathered at the Crossroads Museum in Mannville Friday night for two live history theatre performances.  By chance, Library Manager, Brenda Walker noticed an email come across her computer from Jasmine Bowen.  Intrigued by the prospect of a live theatre Walker sent a reply giving several facts about the small village of Mannville: the first telephone office, first municipal hospital, Booher murders of 1928 and the first white settlers in the ar... More...
APR
22

Live History Theatre

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The Mannville Centennial Public Library is pleased to announce that Friday, April 27th a Live History Theatre group from Ottawa will be presenting two one hour, adult only performances at the Crossroads Museum. Show times are 6:30 pm and 8:30 pm.  Tickets are $10 per person and available at the library only.  The performances will evolve around Sorine Boe, the first white settler in the Mannville area.  This is a wonderful opportunity for people in Mannville and surrounding are... More...
NOV
10

Paint & Pour

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 Our last Paint and Pour was another huge success with a total of 34 women coming out to give their artistic talents a go.  Our program is so popular that we decided to try another one Dec. 8th and not to our surprise this evening was booked within a week and a half.  We are encouraging everyone who not only has participated in the past but those that want to join in in the future to register and pay as soon as it's advertised.  This program is a first pay basis as we neve... More...
SEP
08

Paint and Pour

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 The library is planning the next Paint and Pour evening for Friday, October 27th.  Registration for the evening will commence Tuesday, Oct. 3.  As in the past we ask that you come into the library to register and pay for the evening.  Cost $35 per person.  
AUG
17
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Safire

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 If you missed our summer entertainer Wednesday, August 16th you missed an excellent performance.  This young lady has performed in over 16 countries to over 4 million people and not only did she demonstrate her abilities of the hoola hoop and juggling but her amazing talent of interacting with both children and adults.  
AUG
09

Summer Crafts

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 We would like to thank the FCSS `Kids Make a Difference" and everyone from the community for participating in our summer crafts each Wednesday at the library during the month of July.  We had lots of fun making different kids of crafts and are hoping that some of these masterpieces are on display at the local fair on Saturday, August 19th. 
MAR
14
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Paint & Pour

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 What a great night everyone had at the Paint & Pour last Friday evening.  33 women gathered at the Elk's Legion Hall for the third paint night put on by the library.  Special thanks to Kelly Broadhead, our local artist, for all her hard work and to everyone else who pitched in for clean up.  We know everyone is already looking forward to the next one.  Watch our website and Facebook page for updates.  
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