Bees in the D: The Pollinator's Garden

TUESDAY, MAY 46:30—8:00 PM

Online

In this presentation, individuals can learn how to grow plants in their yards and gardens that help benefit pollinators. Individuals will then use recycled paper to make "flower bombs" which they can plant in their yards.

This program will be presented online via zoom. Please provide an email address and we will email you the program link and a password.

Click here to register or call the Adult Services department at 248-684-0845, option 3.

Spring Reading BINGO

April 1 - May 14

For kids in 1st through 6th grade.

Use an X, stickers, stamps, etc. to mark squares completed. For each BINGO you complete, you'll receive 1 ticket for the grand prize drawing for $30 in Huron Valley Chamber Bucks. Complete the ENTIRE board for 10 tickets! Return your sheet to the Youth Desk by May 14th.

BINGO begins on April 1, but you can get started any time up until the deadline in May--but the earlier you start, the more time you have to finish your BINGO!

Click here for a printable BINGO sheet, or pick one up at the Youth Desk starting April 1!

 

The Orphan Train in Michigan

TUESDAY, APRIL 206:30—8:00 PM

Presented by Al and David Eicher, Historians. Come ride with us on the "Baby Train" across the state traveling the route of Michigan Central. From a period starting in 1854 to 1927 approximately 12,500 orphans were placed in Michigan, many coming from the New York Children's Aid Society. The Eichers will present the early formation of the Orphan Train, the collecting of children from various orphanages, the story of the orphan train agents and nurses plus "The Placement" process.

This talk will be presented virtually on Zoom. When you register, please provide an email address and we will send you the information you need to join the presentation.

Click here to register or call the Adult Services department at 248-684-0845, option 3.

Introducing our newest learning resource: Tumble Math!

You will find books, quizzes and lesson plans on all of the math categories taught in K-5. Use the Search feature to search by category, math standard, or math skill.

The makers of Tumble Math are still building the collection so you will see new books and educational materials added throughout the year. Books are produced in a brand new HTML5 format which allows for access on any device or browser.

To access Tumble Math from home for free:

www.tumblemath.com

Username:  milfordlib

Password: math

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COVID-19 Information from Oakland County 

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Oakland County Testing Sites

COVID-19 Information from the State of Michigan 

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