Milford Memorial Library News
Did you get a new device for the holidays? Have questions about how to use it? Want to know more about the Libby App from the library? Join us for Tech Help Hour on Tuesday, January 30, from 4 p.m. – 5 p.m., for help with your new device or help setting up Libby. Patrons will get a limit of 15 minutes of help if there are others waiting.
Mark your calendars for MML’s Blind Date with a Book. There will be no title or description on the wrapping. You will only know the book’s genre. Blind Date with a book will be held from Thursday, February 1, through Thursday, February 29.
Stay in and get cozy with a movie from MML. Your Milford Memorial Library has a variety of DVDs available for all age ranges and interests. Find an old favorite like Rear Window, Lonesome Dove, Save the Last Dance, and Anything Goes. We invite you to come browse or search MML’s online catalog.
Celebrate National Puzzle Day, Monday, January 29, with a puzzle from MML. We have children’s puzzles available for in-library use. MML has a binder full of adult puzzles available for checkout.
Patrons are able to use MML’s drive-up window for reserves, printing, and copying pick up. The window is open during operating hours. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, 9:30 a.m. -5:30 p.m., Wednesday, 9:30 a.m. – 7:00 p.m., and Saturday, 9:30 a.m. -12:30 p.m. For any questions please call Milford Memorial Library at 712-338-4643 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Second semester could be easier for your student with HelpNow by Brianfuse. This free educational resource is great for homework help and skill building. This free resource can be found on our webpage, milford.lib.ia.us., under the “Use Our Library” and the “Helpful Resources” tabs. This resource provides live online tutoring, editing papers, personalized study program, and games to help your student study. HelpNow is for students elementary through collegiate.
Milford Memorial Library: Youth News
Do you have a library card? If not, do you want to get one? Stop by Milford Memorial Library to sign up for a card for free. However, some things to keep in mind include being at least 10 years old (connect cards to their adults if young), bring a current driver’s license, and make sure to have only one library card in the town you pay taxes. As soon as your set, you can use the card at all of the local libraries, as well as you can return any materials to them. Library cards are small, but mighty as they can open up the many wonders of a youth’s mind.
Milford Memorial Library has one last January program which is Building Bookworms (storytime) at 10:30 a.m. on Monday, January 29. The theme is books with the craft being a homemade paper bag book.