To celebrate and remember pets needing homes, a special craft night has been planned at the library Wednesday, October 22 from 6:00-7:30 pm.
The class is open to the public and a sign-up sheet is available to insure there are enough materials for everyone, however, registration is not required to attend the class.
Come and meet with others in our community and craft pet toys! While creating a toy for your own pet, additional toys will be made for a needy shelter pet!
There is no limit to how many toys can be made for the shelter - so come out and have fun!
On Thursday, Oct. 23, author Steve Skinner of Troy will present a program based on his book “Robert’s Journey.” “Journey” tells the story of how Steve’s grandparents immigrated from Scotland to Ohio, how Bobby was raised, and his time in the Navy during World War II. It also includes photos of Robert’s time aboard the SS Prometheus and the SS Arthur P. Davis.
Milton-Union Public Library is celebrating Adopt-A-Shelter Pet Month in October.
The current display at the Milton-Union Public Library is to provide information and encourage those who are considering adding a pet to their family.
For the next three months the Milton-Union Public Library will be encouraging budding artists from grades K through 5. Coloring sheets will be available for the months of September, October, and November for children to color for a monthly drawing in three different age groups: K-1; 2-3; 4-5.
A child may enter once each month and a monthly drawing will determine the winners.