Katie McQuaid's Scene in Manchester: Boutiques transform a city block
Her pride is evident from the investment she has made in her new storefront. Kaitlen Hannah's lilac exterior and new sign paired with K-Fab's signature pink circle and trendy window displays are sure to draw more women, and hopefully more businesses, to a section of downtown not known for shopping.
More for mommies
I recently enrolled my two youngest boys in an art class at Bedford's Nini Bambini and discovered an amazing resource for new and expectant parents. I shouldn't be surprised because it was started by Nina Cullen.
Give Away Day
I think I've learned of something even better than a yard sale. It's Give Away Day at Manchester Church of Christ at 66 Mammoth Road. Suzie Peacock, the church's secretary, said the church has spent the last month collecting unwanted, usable items from its members, including appliances, furniture, clothing, toys and more. They will give it all away from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. this Saturday.
"Rent" is an amazing Broadway show and it is your last chance to see it at the Palace Theatre this weekend. Performances are scheduled for Thursday and Friday at 7:30 p.m. and Saturday at 2 and 7:30 p.m.
The music is phenomenal and you should see it.
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