Being Creative with Cauliflower
The Library’s next nutrition program is scheduled at 6:30 p.m. Monday, May 6. Jaclyn Franks, Kosciusko County Purdue Extension HHS educator, will present “Being Creative with Cauliflower.” Many popular diets advise against eating anything “white,” but cauliflower is a white food you can feel good about eating. In this program you will learn about the nutritional benefits of cauliflower as well as some creative ways to use it in your kitchen. Please plan to attend this fun, informative program and have the chance to win a door prize. Sign up at the Adult Circulation Desk.
Join us for our last Spring Story Time at 10:15 a.m. or 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 8, or at 7 p.m. Thursday, May 9. Story Time theme for the week is Llama Llama Loves His Mama Tea Party. Miss Julie and Miss Tiffany will read several books featuring Llama Llama and tea parties like, “Chimpanzees for Tea” by Jo Empson, “Tea Party Rules” by Ame Dyckman, and “Llama Llama Home with Mamma” by Anna Dewdney. The children will make a llama craft and have tea party snacks. Make sure to bring a special guest and dress in your “fancy clothes”.
If you would like to attend Story Time, sign up at the children’s circulation desk or call 658-4312.
Discover new worlds and new friends at Lego Crew starting at 10:30 a.m. and ending at noon Saturday, May 11. ,Children ages 5 and up will love playing with Lego building blocks and using their imagination. The Lego Crew does not meet during summer months, so be sure to take advantage of this meeting.
Teen Books Club
Teens in grades 6 through 12 are invited to Teen Book Club at 1 p.m. Saturday, May 11, to discuss the book, ‘Killer Instinct,” by S.E. Green. Lane is a typical teenager but she has an obsession no one knows about, studying serial killers. She understands them at a deeper level because she might be one herself. Lane hunts criminals who didn’t receive the punishment they deserve. Out of nowhere, a young preschool teacher goes missing. Her remains are soon discovered. Lane gets involved with a serial murderer who comes to her hometown. She finds herself in danger as the killer has been messaging her personally. Lane needs to find the killer before Lane becomes the next victim. Come see if Lane finds the killer on May 11 during the discussion. Bring a friend.
Have you ever tried Alien Bowling? You have a chance to try it out at the Milford Public Library’s booth at Milford Fest. For a $1.00 donation, you get three tries to knock all the pins down and win a prize. All donations go to support the summer reading program. Look for some friendly, out-of-this-world aliens in the Milford Memorial Day Parade!. The 2019 Summer Reading Program theme is “A Universe of Stories” and library staff are busy planning all sorts of fun for all ages this summer. Watch for more information about summer plans in future issues of The Mail Journal.