MILFORD – Milford Public Library, closed due to the coronavirus since March 18, is reopening at 10 a.m. Monday, June 15.
The library has been offering curbside service since mid-May.
“It has been good to see those of you who have taken advantage of this service, we have missed you all,” The library said in a news release.
Library staff are asking everyone to practice social distancing, limit the number of people in the building and of course, and anyone not feeling well should stay home.
For anyone preferring to stay home, curbside service will still be available.
In other matters, the library’s Summer Reading Program for children ages preschool through 18. Summer Reading returns June 15 and continues until on July 31. This year will look a little different. The children are asked to read 15 minutes a day, 5 days a week, they will keep track on a BINGO card and will receive prizes for getting a BINGO.
In addition to the BINGO cards, the library is providing a new activity pack each week. There are also six different programs to attend, and of course, we will have Family Story Time on Fridays. All of the programs and Family Story Time will be virtual, the library will be using ZOOM. Be sure to follow us on Facebook to get up to date information.