Science Questers Free Program!

Soldier Nutrition – Unique Challenges with Angus Scrimgeour, PhD Tuesday, May 5, 2015 at 3:30 PM – Granite & Quarry Room for students in grades 5 – 8. Angus Scrimgeour, Nutritional Biochemist, Military Nutrition Division of United States Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine in Natick, MA will present a seminar on Soldier Nutrition for students in […]

Booksale Friday and Saturday!

Booklovers, get ready to browse this weekend at the Friends of the Library spring booksale. Thousands of childrens books, paperbacks, bestsellers, biographies, classics, movies, puzzles, and much more can be found at great bargain prices. The members’ preview runs from 4pm to 7pm on Friday, April 24.Annual memberships are $10.00 and may be purchased or renewed […]

April Showers Bring Drop-In May Storytime Programs

*Programs begin May 6th in the Children’s Program Room   *For Ages Birth – Grade 3 Traditionally, during the month of May, the Youth Services Department offers several Drop-In Storytime programs for children from Birth – Grade 3. Please click here to view the Drop-In Storytime Flyer.

Children’s April Events

  There are many opportunities to participate in several free programs that the library has to offer children of all ages. Please click here to view a copy of the April Calendar of events. Happy Spring!

Marjorie Turner Hollman: Easy Walks in Massachusetts

Thursday, May 7, 2015 @ 7:00 p.m. Now that the weather is warming up, where should you walk? Author Marjorie Turner Hollman new book,  Easy Walks in Massachusetts: Bellingham, Blackstone, Franklin, Hopedale, Medway, Milford, Millis, Uxbridge, Wrentham and Woonsocket, RI offers 30 answers to that question. Each chapter offers directions to a trailhead, notes distance […]

Deborrah Wyndam: History of Ragtime

Saturday, May 16th 1:30pm Through music, pianist Deborrah Wyndham shares the history of our nation’s first “pop” music: ragtime.  Starting with the beginnings of jazz, ragtime has gone on to influence many other musicians and styles of music.  At first ragtime was rejected for its different ethnic musical influences, its unusual, syncopated rhythm, and for […]

The Blameless Victim: Reading & Book Signing

 Thursday,  May 28th @ 7pm Granite & Quarry Rooms The Friends of the Milford Town Library are pleased to sponsor Harold Rhodes, author of The Blameless Victim for a book reading and signing. On January 9, 2002, Marcia Rhodes was paralyzed from the chest down when an 80,000-pound tanker truck slammed into the back of […]

Book Groups

Tuesday, May 19th, 10am The Senior Book Group will  meet at the Milford Senior Center to discuss Caleb’s Crossing by Geraldine Brooks.more info The Contemporary Book Group will not meet in March. Wednesday, April 29th, 7pm The Contemporary Book Group will meet in the Children’s Program Room to discuss Us a novel by David Nicholls.more info […]