The Manchester Historic Association is one of the city’s most dynamic institutions and a significant force in Manchester’s economic and cultural growth. The organization is active in the Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce, and it collaborates with other nonprofit organizations in many ways. It is supported by its members and other donors in the community, and also by corporate, government and foundation grants. Education is one of our most important missions, and Manchester Proud is the type of organization that can only enhance our ability to fulfill that mission.
Programs are offered at the Millyard Museum at 200 Bedford Street and at the MHA Research Center at 129 Amherst Street. The MHA also offers walking tours of the city’s Millyard, historic neighborhoods and cemeteries.
The City of Manchester Health Department and Catholic Medical Center work together with the Manchester School District to bring dental care to children in need attending Manchester elementary, middle and high schools. Dental care is provided on the dental van at the school by a Certified Public Health Dental Hygienist. In addition to school-based dental care, children are then referred to a community dental center for ongoing care.