Author Book Signing and Info Session

Tony Smith, a professor from Seminole Florida will be signing books in the library's multipurpose room and following the book signing will begin an information session about writing a book and using Amazon's self-publishing service. Anyone interested in public speaking or self-publishing is invited to attend. The program is Saturday December 30th from 10AM to 12PM in the multipurpose room.

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Fun Frenzy Friday

There is no school on this day, and children are invited to come to the library from 1:00-2:00 PM. There will be multiple activities to choos from. Lego building, crafts, games, and snacks! NO sign ups required ages K-12th grade.

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Children's Igloo Program

Learn about the history of igloos including who makes them, where they are found, what they are made of and a slide show presenting photos of various igloos. There will be a craft where kids will get to make an igloo out of sugar cubes. Other fun activities include a paper snowball fight, coloring pages, and making an igloo book! There will be an igloo story time and light refreshments will be served. No sign-ups required. All ages welcome.

 

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Computer Q&A Sessions

A local expert will be offering 30-minute help sessions for those who need help with their computers from 9:30AM-12PM once a month. Library laptops will be available if you are not able to bring your own. Call the library at 937-698-5515 or ask at the front desk to sign up.

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Teen Tech Lab

Teens 18 and under are invited to check out the Sphero robot at the Milton-Union Public Library. Interact with Sphero using code and an iPad. Learn while having fun. This program will be Saturday January 20th from 2-4 PM in the multipurpose room.

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Teen Anime Club

Teens 18 and under are invited to watch Anime at the Milton-Union Public Library on the big screen. Share your favorite anime and check out the graphic novels and DVDs at the library. Special thank you to the Miami County Foundation for the donation of the big screen!

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