Milford Public Library Events

Pictured, from left, Laura Arford, Serena Hatfield, and Josalyn Kolberg worked together to create savory and sweet popcorn treats during Milford Public Library’s Teen “Food Challenge–Build a Better Snack” event. Eight teens competed to create the best popcorn snack and judged each other’s creations. Laura Arford’s popcorn topped with honey, chocolate chips, and marshmallows won the challenge. Teens also won food coupons to local restaurants.

MILFORD — Below are upcoming events at Milford Public Library.

STACK IT UP WITH MR. JIM
Magician, Mr. Jim, will present a hands-on building program July 26 at 2 p.m. at the Milford Community Building. His Stack It Up program will build skills like coordination, concentration, motivation, determination, team-work, and more. This is a fun and free program people of all ages will enjoy.

TEENS CREATE A CHEW TOY
Teens going into 6 grade through 12th grade are invited to create a chew toy for a dog on July 27 at 2 p.m. Bring old t-shirts we can cut into strips and use to make the chew toys. We are going to donate the finished toys to Kosciusko County Animal Welfare League. Snacks will be served at this last teen event of the summer.

TOOL TIME STORY TIME WITH TINA ERVIN
Attendees will create crafts, eat a snack, and listen to stories at the last Summer Story Time on July 28 at 10 a.m. and 11 a.m. Tina Ervin, former Milford Public Library clerk and current Children’s librarian at Goshen Public Library, will interact with children in a Tool Time Story Time. Each family attending will receive a free book.

Fall Story Time will begin in September for those aged 3-6.

LAST DAY TO VOTE FOR PRIZES
Saturday, July 29, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. is the last day to turn in hours and vote for your favorite Summer Reading community project. Which of the three possible projects will get the most votes?! It’s entirely up to you!

LEARN WITH A BOOK BUDDY KIT
Engage young children in learning this summer with a Book Buddy kit. Each kit is a collection of books and toys concentrating on a specific subject like music, magnets, transportation, construction and more! Kids can learn about community helpers with the neighborhood kit, count change with our bakery kit, and create a new world with our dinosaur kit!

More than 20 kits are available for checkout. Kits can be checked out for three weeks at a time and are located in the children’s department.

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