Teens 18 and under are invited to learn about coding and robotics with the library's Makey Makey and Sphero robot. No reservations are needed.
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.
This month we're reading "King's Mountain" by Sharyn Mccrumb. Meet with us at noon in the magazine area for a lively discussion and lots of interaction. Call the library at 937-698-5515 with any questions. No reservation is necessary.
The craft for March is a Beaded Wind Chime. Upcycling fallen branches and sparkling beads, we'll make a unique wind chime just in time for a breezy spring. Adults can sign up by coming in or call us at 937-698-5515. All supplies are provided.
Join us, along with the West Milton Fire Company, as we celebrate Easter on Saturday, April 20 at 1:00pm at the West Milton Municipal Park. Activities include an egg hunt, crafts, raffle basket, and a special visit by the Easter Bunny! Bring the whole family!
All the works of art from My Book & Me from the month of March will be on display for the entire day at the Milton-Union Public Library in the Children's Room. Come read the wonderful short stories and see the beautiful artwork that the children have created. Everything will be on display for this one day for the community to enjoy from 9:00am - 5:00pm. If you have any questions, feel free to call Wendy at 937-698-5515.
Teens 18 and under are invited to learn about coding and robotics with the library's Makey Makey and Sphero robot.
Ages 12 and up are invited to learn how to play basic chords and songs on the ukulele. Everyone is encouraged to bring their own instrument or share one of the library's.
AARP will offer tax assistance at the Milton-Union Public Library by appointment only. To schedule, please call the library at 937-698-5515.
Tweens and Teens are welcome to join Stacy for some board game fun! Registration is required.
This program hopes to create technology users who are able to fully participate in online government, search and apply for jobs online, and utilize digital resources for financial, social, historical, and informational needs, with an understanding of their digital footprint and how to protect their personal information. Patrons with questions about Overdrive, Hoopla, or their devices can stop by the library to have questions answered, or schedule a phone consultation.
Complete this form to register.
Join Miss Wendy every Wednesday at 10:30am for Story Hour. Children will enjoy listening to a book, singing, dancing, fun movements, and participating in a story! For ages 4-5 years.