MILFORD — The following events will take place at the Milford Public Library:
Adult Craft Night is planned from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Monday, Jan. 9. All materials for the winter craft will be provided for a small fee. The library have the craft on display at the adult circulation desk this January. Call the Milford Public Library at (574) 658-4312 or follow them on Facebook for more details.
Get your knitting and crochet needles and join the knitting club at the library at 1:30 p.m. Jan. 6 and 20. Learn new skills from other members and have a good conversation while stitching a new creation. Beginners are always welcome.
Teens in grades six to 12 are meeting up at 1 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 14 to discuss “Juliet Immortal“, a novel by Stacey Jay about the tragic couple meeting again as enemies. If you’d like to read this book and join the club, give the library a call at (574) 658-4312 and the library will place a hold on the book for you.
Discover new worlds and new friends at Lego Crew Saturday at 10:30 a.m. Jan. 14. Children ages five and up will love playing with Lego building blocks and using their imagination. Lego Crew meets on the second Saturday of each month.
TABLET ASSISTANCE AVAILABLE THIS JANUARY
If you get a new tablet for Christmas, plan to visit the library during January and library staff will help set up an OverDrive account for you. The library staff is happy to show you how you can download eBooks and e-magazines to your new device. Library staff can also show you how to download music from Freegal. You can download 260 free songs each year from popular artists. Call the library to make an appointment with one of their staff, and they would will help get you started downloading ebooks and music for 2017.
DIGITAL TITLES AVAILABLE ON OVERDRIVE DIGITAL CONSORTIUM
Anyone with a library card can check out books, audiobooks and movies using Overdrive, the library’s digital consortium of materials. Overdrive offers thousands of bestsellers, including nonfiction and fiction titles, and collections for kids and teens. Titles checked out are automatically returned, so you don’t have to worry about possible late fees. You can check out titles and read them on Kindle, Apple and Android devices, or in your Internet browser. You’ll need a pin number to use as a password, which you can get from the library. Overdrive recently updated their website, making it easier than ever to use. Stop in the library or call (574) 658-4312 with any questions.