Beginning Thursday, June 8, Ben Mechling, a volunteer at the library, will be available from 6:30-7:30 p.m. to provide one-on-one help with computer questions. He will offer basic and advanced classes alternating weekly through June and July. Advanced classes begin June 15. No appointments are necessary. Stop by and learn how to use your device more efficiently.
MILFORD — The following events will take place at the Milford Public Library:
SUMMER FAMILY STORY TIME CONTINUES
Family Story Time welcomes anyone to this free program that combines reading with cool crafts and a snack. From 10-11 a.m. Friday, June 16, Miss Kaitlyn will read books relating to the theme “Building Connections.” Attendees will learn about friendship, create a craft, and eat a yummy snack. Family Story Time is offered at 10 a.m. and 11 a.m. Fridays during June and July. Each family attending Story Time this summer will get a free book.
CREATIVE CONNECTIONS CLUB LEGO DAY
All reading club participants are invited to bring their imagination to Lego Day June 14. Anyone in the reading club can build with thousands of Legos and participate in cool Lego games. Sessions are offered at 10:30 a.m., 12:30 p.m. or 2:30 p.m. Registration is required.
TEENS WILL BUILD THEIR OWN SUNDAE
Teens in grades 6 to 12 are invited to create their perfect sundae for free at 2 p.m. June 15. All ingredients will be provided. Bring your appetite and your friends. Remember, you don’t have to have a library card or be enrolled in the Summer Reading Program to attend teen programs.
GO ON VACATION WITH OVERDRIVE
It doesn’t matter if you travel five miles or five thousand. With OverDrive, entertainment for on the road and away from home is at your fingertips. Listen to audiobooks for you or the kids while commuting. Curl up with a book beachside or atop a mountain.
OverDrive works on any device: phone, tablet, computer. Materials can be read in the browser, directly on devices, or downloaded for offline browsing. No worries about additional luggage or leaving items behind.
Use OverDrive for free with your library card number and pin number assigned to you by a Milford Public Library staff member. Give the library a call at (574) 658-4312 or stop by to get your account set up.
ACCESS GENEALOGY MATERIALS FOR FREE
Community members can access old yearbooks from Wawasee High School and Milford High School, funeral and cemetery records, Kosciusko County records, and other rare materials at Milford Public Library. Genealogy materials cannot be checked out so that they remain available for anyone to use, but patrons are welcome to make copies. Copies cost 20 cents per black and white page and 50 cents per color page. Microfilm of old newspapers can be read on our microfilm machine. For help accessing genealogy materials, see the adult circulation desk.