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Zombie Barbies - Every Day in October!

October 4 2022

Paint discarded dolls to look like your favorite spooky characters!  For all ages.

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Movie at the Library

September 30 2022

11 am - Watch a new release show or movie at the library.  Snack and beverage provided.  Feel free to bring extra snacks, drinks, a blanket and pillow.

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Fizzy Pumpkins and Ghost Rockets

September 28 2022

A fun STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) activity, learning about chemical reactions.  Drop in anytime today (10:00 - 7:00), open to all ages.    

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Craft To Go - Thanksgiving Turkey

September 28 2022

Make a paper turkey to decorate your thanksgiving table.  Pick up a kit while supplies last.  Ages preschool + with some supervision.

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Story Walk on Main Street

September 28 2022

Throughout October, read a family friendly story on the signs posted on Main Street.  Enjoy a crisp Autumn stroll and read together.  For all ages.

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Grey Cup Pool Tickets

September 21 2022

Grey Cup Pool - $2/ticket (900 tickets printed).  Tickets available at the library or from a Board member. Pull a ticket to get the E-W score.  $100. prizes for each of the first 3 quarters, final score is a $300 prize!  If the winning ticket is not sol, a draw of tickets…

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Community Social

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Email Changes

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Community Social

July 8 2022

All ages are welcome to our community social.  Come meet your neighbours, and have a coffee and a treat! Your donations help us serve the community.

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Closed for Canada Day

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Jenni's Book Review

June 29 2022

Book Review: The Book of Boro: Techniques and patterns inspired by traditional Japanese textiles        Have you heard the old joke about darning socks?  In my grandmother’s day, when a sock got a hole in it, she would get out the wool, and a blunt needle, and darn…

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Rock Painting Party!

June 8 2022

Wednesdays - July 6, 13, 20 and 27                    - August 3, 10, 17, 24 and 31 Drop-in Program between 11:00 am and 4:00 pm, lasts one hour Come and paint a rock or two in the library!  We will provide the space and some supplies.  Feel free to bring extra…

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Dorie's Book Review

December 8 2021

Go Tell the Bees That I am Gone By Diana Gabaldon “The past may seem the safest place to be…but it is the most dangerous time to be alive…..” This is the ninth book in the Outlander series where Claire Randall (who has travelled back in time 200 years) and her husband…

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Christmas Hours

December 7 2021

We wish to let everyone know that the last day the Mannville Library will be open is Dec 17 2021. We will be opening again Jan 4 2022. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year everyone.  See you in 2022!

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Become a Juggling Expert

July 22 2020

Become a juggling master with the help of Mullen the Magician! He visited Mannville last year for an exciting demonstration of magic tricks but unfortunately could not return for another show due to the COVID-19 pandemic but fear not! He has posted a playlist of videos…

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Summer Craft in a Bag

July 21 2020

The summer craft in a bag is here and ready for pickup at the Mannville Centennial Public Library! The craft for this year is origami! Kids have two projects per bag to do. Bag #1 contains instructions on how to fold up the perfect boat, and a whale to go with it.Bag #2…

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Let's Talk About This Book!

July 15 2020

For those of you that love to read about the true, unbelievable events of the recent past, this is the book for you! Written by the senior research scientist, William Rosenau, Tonight We Bombed the U.S. Capitol is a compelling story about M19, America's first female terrorist…

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Rigorous Reading During COVID

July 8 2020

We're happy to welcome you back to the Mannville Centennial Public Library! Your very own public library is back and better than ever, helping you beat your boredom during the COVID-19 pandemic with all new books, movies and an all new system! Some new additions include:…

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It's Lawn Care Season

May 4 2020

With the warming of the weather comes the cutting of the grass, trimming of the hedges, and even hard pruning of the trees. It is this time of year that many people have forgotten they didn't tune up their mowers or weed eaters the previous fall. And given the summer and…

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Spring Cleaning

April 29 2020

Isn't it nice spring has finally arrived?We're busy with spring cleaning here at the library, as you are probably doing at home. We'd like to thank you for utilizing our book drop; it's great to see our materials coming back to us. It is a small step toward normalcy, and…

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