Build with LEGOs! Each gathering will have a theme as well as freestyle building. Special thanks to the Miami County Foundation for the grant to purchase the LEGOs.
Local astronomy experts will show how to use our new circulating telescope. It's a great time for families to come and experience the event together. Make a reservation to take it home and start exploring the skies. Call the library at 937-698-5515 for more information or to make your reservation today!
This month the book club will be reading "The Wright Brothers" by David McCullough. Contact the library to reserve a copy, or click here to download a digital copy for your eReader or tablet.
Teens 18 and under are invited to play games, watch anime, cosplay and have tons of fun at the library!
Sign up for a 30 minute session and let a local expert help you with your technology questions. Bring your own equipment, or devices are available if needed. Call the library to reserve your time slot.
Let your imagination soar at this program designed to help children in grades kindergarten and up write and illustrate short stories of their very own. Each week will have different prompts and art activities, and your book will be spiral bound and on display at the end of the month. All supplies are provided.
The Inspirational book club will be reading If I Run by Terri Blackstock in February. The meeting will be Tuesday, February 13th at 1PM in the multipurpose room at the Milton-Union Public Library. Copies are available at the library.
The Pinterest Craft for February is a Macrame Bead Keychain. The program is Tuesday, February 13th at 6PM. Always losing your keys? Using macrame thread cord, beads, and a split ring you'll always be sure to locate them! Sign ups begin January 9th.
Teens 18 and under are invited to Teen Tech Lab to interact with a Sphero robot using an ipad. Learn about coding, computer science and have fun.
Teens 18 and under are invited to attend Teen Anime Club at the Milton-Union Public Library Saturday, February 3rd from 2-4PM. Watch Japanese shows on the big screen and check out the manga in the graphic novel section of the teen corner at the library.
The health and safety of the staff and patrons during the COVID-19 pandemic are our main concern. After much consideration, the Milton-Union Public Library has decided to close the library and suspend all operations as of Wednesday, March 18 at 8:00pm until further notice.
The Library will regularly evaluate the situation to determine the appropriate date to resume services.
By Mid March, Census 2020 packets will be mailed out. Everyone should now be starting to receive their 2020 Census packets. The packets contain a unique ID to identify your household. You can respond to this invitation online, on the phone, or fill out the questionnaire. Instructions are included on how you can respond to the census form.
Census Day April 1, 2020
As of 3/23/2020, our library book drop is temporarily closed. You can enjoy your items a little longer. We will update you when it is re-opened. We are fine free, so no need to worry about incurred fees during this time. Although you may not be able to visit our Library in person right now, you can take advantage of some of our Digital Resources!