Wednesday, June 12

Manchester Council on Aging’s trip to Sherry’s Restaurant in Magnolia for breakfast, senior van pickup starts around 10 a.m. To reserve your seat call 978-526-7500.

Thursday, June 13

Manchester police show support for World Elder Abuse Awareness Day, 2 to 3 p.m., in front of Town Hall on the Village Green. Wear purple to show support. 978-281-1750.

Friday, June 14

A Universe of Stories Summer Reading Program begins, Children’s Room, Manchester Public Library, 15 Union St. For kids entering Kindergarten through grade 6. For information/registration, call 978-526-2011.

Manchester Council on Aging’s trip to Peabody and Danvers malls, senior van pick up starts around 10 a.m. Choose Northshore Mall or Liberty Tree Mall. $3 is requested. For information/reservation, call 978 526-7500.

2019 teen Cosmic Cookie bake-off, 3 p.m., Manchester Public Library, 15 Union St., Grades 6-12 welcome. Pick up the “Rules” at desk, register at: 978- 526-7711.

June Movie Night, 5:30 p.m., Key experiences in Vincent van Gogh’s time in France in a PG-13 movie starring Williem Dafoe. Manchester Public Library, 15 Union St. Call 978.526.2017,or visit: manchesterpl.org.

Wednesday, June 19

Manchester Council on Aging’s trip to Cape Ann Lanes in Gloucester, senior van pick up starts around 11:45 a.m. Candlepin bowling. No experience needed. $4.25 per person per string, $3 shoe rental. For information/reservation, call 978 526-7500.

Friday, June 21

Manchester Council on Aging’s trip to Trader Joe’s, Burlington Coat Factory and T.J. Maxx. Senior van pick up starts around 10 a.m. $3 donation requested. For information/reservation, call 978 526-7500.

Saturday, June 22

Sally Ride Historical Performance, 11 a.m. Manchester Public Library, 15 Union St., with living history actress Sheryl Faye inhabiting the character of first time female astronaut Sally Ride. Call 978-526-2011.

Monday, June 24

Manchester Council on Aging’s trip to Willowdale Mansion in Topsfield with lunch at the Boat House Grille in Essex afterwards, senior van pickup starts at 9 a.m., return by about 1 p.m. Tour is free, lunch is on your own. Call 978-526-7500.

tuesday, June 25

Manchester Council on Aging’s lunch of the month, 12:15 p.m., at the Congregational Chapel. Hot dogs and beand catered by Henry’s. $8 per person to the first 40 who sign up. Prepaid reservations required at 978-526-7500. Transportation available.

Wednesday, June 26

Manchester Council on Aging’s monthly mystery ride, senior van pick up starts around 1 p.m., return by 3 p.m. Enjoy a treat at secret destination. For information/reservation, call 978 526-7500.

Scott Jameson’s Out-of-this-World Magic kicks off kids’ summer library programs, 2 p.m., Manchester Community Center, Harbor Point. All ages welcome. Reservations at: www.manchesterpl.org, or call 978-526-7711.

Thursday, June 27

Books at the Beach Book Group, 10:30 a.m. at Singing Beach with Manchester Library’s Sara, Lori and Rachael discussing great beach reads. First 10 to attend get a free library tote bag and a free iced coffee at the Laughing Gull concession stand. Shout out to Manchester Parks & Rec for helping us coordinate this fun.

Friday, June 28

Manchester Council on Aging’s trip to Wenham Museum, senior van pick up starts around 10 a.m., return around noon. For information/reservation, call 978 526-7500.