Join us for a special family concert with Jim Gill at the library. Mr. Gill has a unique approach to his concerts for young children and families. This is because his graduate studies in child development have convinced him that family play is more important to young children than music alone.
Each of Jim’s concerts is an active sing-along and clap-along. He bangs out energetic rhythms on his banjo while everyone claps, jumps, dances and even sneezes along. The concert is filled, of course, with songs and stories from Jim’s award-winning recordings and books for young children.
Jim’s true art is to create a joyful musical experience for children and parents together. He is a nationally acclaimed author and musician. Over the years his recordings and books have received five separate awards from the American Library Association.For more information or to receive a reminder call before the concert, call the library at 528-1744. Or register online to receive a reminder email.
Attendees ages 0-6 are invited with parent or caregiver for stories, songs, crafts and games. Visit our Ready to Read: Early Literacy Skills Information Page on how to help your child to get ready to read. For more information call the library at 724-1070.
Teens, tell us what you want out of your library! Become a member of TAG and you’re in the club. Snacks and fun provided!. For ages 12-18. For more information call the library at 876-4134.
Make a difference while making friends @ the library!
Volunteer at the Milford-Miami Township Branch Library and support their Used Book Fairs. Business meetings are the 1st Thursday of each month at 10:30 a.m. New Members welcome! For more information, call the library at 248-0700.
Adults are invited to join us for this month's Thursday Afternoon Book Discussion. We will be discussing "The Silver Star" by Jeannette Walls. Titles are available in regular and large print for checkout at the the library. For more information, call the library at 248-0700.
Book summary: Abandoned by their artist mother at the age of twelve, Bean and her older sister Liz, are sent to live in the decaying antebellum mansion of their widowed uncle, where they learn the truth about their parents and take odd jobs to earn extra money before an increasingly withdrawn Liz has a life-shattering experience.