Celebrate the River

Sign of the Times

The Vision

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Welcome To Riverwalk

Riverwalk will be an important way for all ages to experience Manchester, on foot and away from cars and traffic, yet close to shopping and restaurants. Like a number of other beloved trails and walks in communities across New England, our dream is that the Riverwalk will be another compelling reason to visit Manchester and the Northshire community.
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Join the Manchester Riverwalk!

Your participation and support will make this dream a reality even sooner.

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Plans, Designs, Dreams

The Riverwalk’s centerpiece will be a bridge spanning the river from the Factory Point Town Green to Main Street side of the river, landing just behind the old Factory Point Bank Building.

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Contact

Don’t hesitate to ask questions. This project is ever-changing and the website may not be entirely up to date. We look forward to a conversation with you!

Moose Crossing performed at the community event in Manchester on Sunday at the Helmholz Fine Art gallery. Left, Johnny Reiter on bass, right, Zak Hampton on tenor sax. Not shown, Tim Duch on piano.
(Moose Crossing performed at the community event in Manchester on Sunday at the Helmholz Fine Art gallery. Left, Johnny Reiter on bass, right, Zak Hampton on tenor sax. Not shown, Tim Duch on piano.
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The Manchester Journal Writes Us Up

Bridges and art coming to Manchester Riverwalk MANCHESTER- The Manchester Riverwalk Association hosted a community gathering on Sunday to spread awareness of the nonprofit’s mission. In two to five years, the group of more than 80 volunteers plans to build two pedestrian bridges to connect the north and south existing passages along the Depot Street corridor and Battenkill waterway.The plans also include construction for five gateway entrances. Head of the…