Trick-or-Treating is almost here! Make sure to make stop at Milford Memorial on Monday, October 31, from 3:30 p.m.-5:30 p.m., to pick up a treat and to show off your amazing costume as a part of Trick-or-Treat Milford Businesses. We look forward to seeing all the ghosts, ghouls, goblins, superheroes, and creatures.
On Thursday, November 2, at 5:30 p.m., an open meeting of the Board of Trustees for the Milford Memorial Library will take place in the Milford Community Center. The agenda will be posted on MML’s website and front bulletin board at least 24 hours in advance of the meeting. Everyone is welcome to attend and offer their thoughts in order to make MML a better library.
Young Adults, 4th through 12th Graders, are invited to Florence Park, on Monday, November 7, from 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., for Y.A.D.O., Young Adults’ Day Off. At the park, we will be creating an animal silhouette painting, eat pizza, and watch Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey. This activity does cost $10 and registration is required. You may register by calling Milford Memorial Library at 712-338-4643 or Arnolds Park Library at 712-332-2033.
Are you looking for indoor activities? MML can help! You will find a number of puzzles, movies, and cake pans available for checkout. These amazing materials are in addition to our collection of books, audiobooks, and magazines. We have some thing for every age and interest. Stop by and browse awhile.
Milford Memorial Library: Youth Corner
Miss Becca finished out her October programming with a decent turnout for Afterschool Activity: Halloween BINGO and Building Bookworms: Space & Halloween. She sure does appreciate the committed library families, as well as seeing new faces. Please remember that Milford Memorial Library’s youth programming is free, requires no registration, and everything is provided by the library. Stay tuned for upcoming November programs.
Last week’s library feature was the variety of youth puzzles. This week’s feature is a blue folder on top of the puzzle shelf. This folder has various youth comprehension resources such as drawing and/or writing out story elements or rolling a dice for a story retell. Miss Becca will be updating this folder every so often, so please check it out as it can definitely add value to your kiddo’s reading skills.