By Milford Library Staff
MILFORD – Please pay fines accrued during 2017 so you can get 2018 off to a great start! You will not be able to check out library materials until fines are paid per library policy. If you are unable to pay a large fine in one payment, you can create a plan that suits your needs. We appreciate your cooperation and look forward to serving you in 2018.
Adult Reading Program Begins Now
Adults 18 and older can win prizes through the Adult Reading Program at Milford Public Library just for reading! Participants can enter their name into a weekly drawing for a prize for each audiobook listened to or e-book read. The theme is “Libraries ROCK!” No library card needed. Just sign up at the adult circulation desk.
Save Electricity With Usage Monitor Kill-A-Watt
Borrow electricity usage monitor Kill-A-Watt to save money by assessing how efficient your appliances are. Just plug an appliance into it to see how much power it’s consuming. The device checks the kilowatts, amps, and volts used by your device – even when it’s turned off. This can add hundreds of dollars to your electricity bill each year. Start saving money this new year with the Kill-A-Watt! You can check out the Kill-A-Watt for one week at a time
Library Closed For New Year Day
Milford Public Library is closed on Saturday, Dec. 30 and Monday, Jan. 1 for New Year’s. Please return materials to the drop boxes located on the south side of the building. The library will reopen at 10 a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 2. Have a Happy New Year!
Tablet Assistance Available This January
Plan a trip to the library this January to learn how to borrow free e-books, audiobooks and movies with your library card through lending service OverDrive. We are also happy to show you how to own free music with downloading service Freegal. Give the library a call at 658-4312 to make an appointment with one of our staff members.