The book-creating program “My Book and Me” comes back to the Milton-Union Public Library by popular demand.
“My Book and Me,” which starts March 5, gives children the opportunity to write and illustrate a variety of short stories through four separate sessions.
“The program is to encourage children to be creative and overcome their fear of writing,” Children’s librarian Wendy Heisey said. “The beauty of this program is that there are no rigid guidelines so the child can feel free to write and illustrate whatever they want.”
It’s never too late to get moving! That’s what Kelly Rohrbach will be sharing about in this installment of Milton-Union Public Library’s “Lunch and Learn” series. The lunchtime event will be held from noon to 1 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 27.
Rohrbach is a travel RN on assignment at the Ohio State University Ross Wexner Medical Center in its Peripheral Vascular Intensive Care Unit. She is a resource RN at Kettering Medical Behavioral Center as well and pursuing her bachelors for nursing. This talk is part of her final project for her degree.
AARP Tax Assistance to help low-to-moderate income taxpayers, especially those 60 and older, will begin in February at the Milton-Union Public Library.
No appointments needed ~ First come, first served
With winter upon us, please feel free to call ahead at 937.698.5515 to ensure the library is open should there be inclement weather or power outages.
Library closings due to inclement weather or power outages will be announced on the library answering machine.
If you feel unsure of travel, we can often extend hold dates and renew by phone!