MILFORD — The following events will take place at the Milford Public Library:
NEW ITEMS ARRIVING THIS MARCH
“Jackie”, a movie chronicling Jacqueline Kennedy’s journey following her husband’s assassination arrives March 7. New movies “Fences” and “Passengers” arrive March 14. Adults have the opportunity to enjoy these new CD’s: “HERO” by Maren Morris and “A Girl, A Bottle, A Boat” by Train.
Adults in the mood for a suspenseful novel will love “These Things Hidden” by Heather Gudenkauf while readers of Nicholas Sparks will like heartwarming “Miramar Bay” by T. Davis Bunn. James Patterson’s new book, “The Black Book”, follows Chicago’s powerful citizens and investigators as they work to find an incriminating piece of evidence following a murder.
Teens can now enjoy “Things I Should Have Known” by Claire LaZebnik and “Forever, or a Long, Long Time” by Caela Carter, both located in the new teen fiction section.
“Amelia Bedelia Cleans Up” by Herman Parish, nephew of original author Peggy Parish, hits the shelves this month. Children will enjoy clever tales like “The Queen is Coming to Tea” by Linda Ravin Lodding and “Triangle” by Mac Barnett.
Kids can watch “Bunyan & Babe” once it hits the shelves March 7. Arriving March 14 are Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood: “Daniel Visits the Farm” and “Easter Bunny Adventure”. Children can enjoy listening to “Infinity Plus One” by Secret Agent 23 Skidoo, “Explorer of the World” by Frances England, and “Novelties” by Recess Monkey.
LAST MONTH FOR ADULT READING PROGRAM
“Build a Better World” during the last month of our Winter Adult Reading Program. For each audiobook listened to or book read, participants can enter their name into a weekly drawing for a prize. Prizes include gift certificates to organizations that support others like Destiny Rescue and Ten Thousand Villages. Sign up at the adult circulation desk or call (574) 658-4312.
This March, participants and community members can donate cereal (preferably unsweetened) and oatmeal to the Milford Food Pantry through the library. Drop off oatmeal and cereal at the adult or children’s circulation desks.
TEEN BOOK CLUB
Teens are reading Hunter by Mercedes Lackey this month for the teen book club. Teens in grades 6 to 12 should plan to join at 1 p.m. March 18 for snacks, a book discussion, and more. Make new friends and have a great time. Feel free to come even if you haven’t read the book
Knitting Club returns at 1:30 p.m. March 17. It’s the perfect time to learn new skills and new ideas for crafts. Get to work on spring time projects. New members are always welcome.