Milford Library announces events for March

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Milford Public Library has some fun events planned for March

The Milford Library has several events planned for the month of March designed to appeal to a wide range of Milford residents. Events range from learning more about your computer and smartphone to learning to crochet.

“We are excited to offer clinics that will help people who are struggling to understand how to use a computer or smartphone,” Carolyn Tabor, Program Coordinator, said. “These clinics offer individualized help with Windows and Mac computers as well as Android and Apple smartphones. They are especially helpful for older people who may not be as familiar with technology.” The clinics will be offered March 16 as well as April 6 and 20th. Times are at 11:00 AM, 11:30 AM, 12 Noon and 12:30 PM on those dates.

On March 23, Marge Huntzinger will offer a presentation on “How Does Your Garden Grow.” The program will provide tips and suggestions for a successful garden. The program will be held in Lions Room A from 2 to 4 PM. That same day, WSFS Bank will provide a seminar for first-time homebuyers, offering tips on how to qualify for a mortgage, addressing credit questions and other common questions among those looking to buy their first home. The seminar will be from 5:00 to 6:00 PM in Lions Room A. Perler Bead Pixel Art will also be offered on March 23 for ages 12 to 18. All supplies are provided for this fun craft from 3:00 to 6:00 PM.

“One of the fun programs we are offering this month is the Traveling Vineyard,” Tabor said. “A wine guide will take us through a fun and educational wine tasting as we sample from five complementary bottles of wine from around the world. The wines that we taste as well as others will be available for ordering at the end of the program. We will also serve light hors d’oeuvres>’ This program is from 1:00 to 3:00 PM on March 25 in Lions Room A.

Maria Barboza will teach a five-week beginner crocheting class on Thursdays starting March 28 through April 25. Anyone interested is asked to bring their own crochet hook, but yarn will be provided. The classes are held from 2:00 to 4:00 PM in Lions Room A.

“We don’t want to forget our regular programs for young people,” Tabor said. “We offer Teen Video Games in the afternoons as well as an Anime Club, Super Mario Smackdown and a Teen Advisory Board,” Tabor said. “We even offer a Board Games and Card Games afternoon that encourages young people to unplug and sit down with friends to play non-electronic games. All of our youth events can be found on our website or call for information.”

All special programs require registration which can be completed online at or call 302-422-9418 for more information.

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