Do you need copies of your Summer reading assignment? Here are the Summer Reading links for the Milford Public Schools and Blackstone Valley Tech: For Milford Public Schools Grades K – 12, please click here. For Blackstone Valley Tech Summer Reading, please click here.
The Milford Town Library gratefully acknowledges the donation of an AED (Automated External Defibrillator) from the Milford Rotary Club. The AED is packaged in a bright red case inside a white cabinet near the Circulation Desk and directly across from the elevator.Library Trustee and American Heart Association Instructor Ron Auger recently trained several library staff […]
Do you remember the Mass e-book pilot project? It has evolved into the expanded Commonwealth ebook Collection. Still in the beta stages, the CeC it offers thousands of free titles through several vendors offering not just bestsellers and popular books, but also academic and indie books. Best of all, it doesn’t replace CWMARS Digital Catalog, […]
Wednesdays all summer 4pm-7pm ESL Classroom (lower level) The Metrowest College Planning Center (CPC) has set up an outpost/branch at the Milford Town Library with open hours on Wednesday afternoons this summer. Affiliated with Framingham State University and Mass Bay Community College, the CPC offers free advising on how to choose the best college for […]
“Every Hero Has a Story” Summer Reading registration began on June 15th and will continue throughout July! There will be lots of exciting programs and special performers over the summer thanks to The Friends of the Milford Town Library and the Cultural Council. Please click here to view a copy of the July Summer Events Calendar.
Summertime is here! Now you have lots of time to read over the summer months. Click here to view the July Young Adult calendar and see what’s in store for you during the month of July at the library. Summer Reading registration began on June 15th and will continue throughout July!
Summer Reading Registration is underway in the Children’s and Young Adult Rooms. Families with children of all ages are encouraged to register and sign-up for lots of fun, educational activities and library programs over the summer, especially reading. Children from preschool age up to grade 5 may register by clicking on the preschool – grade 5 tab, Young Adults in […]
Enjoy more than 70 museums and attractions through the generosity of the Highland Street Foundation’s Free Fun Fridays. Each Friday during the summer, a group of museums offers free admission to families. PRINTABLE SCHEDULE
Wednesday, September 2, 7pm The Contemporary Book Group will meet in the Children’s Program Room to discuss The Art of Hearing Heartbeats by Jan-Phillip Sendker. Tuesday, August 18th, 10am The Senior Book Group will meet at the Senior Center to discuss The Heist by Daniel Silva more info