Hispanic Heritage Month at Milton Public Library

Hispanic Heritage Month highlights the many contributions, diverse cultures, and extensive histories of America’s Latino and Hispanic communities, whose families immigrated to the United States from Mexico, Central America, South America, the Caribbean, and Spain. The...

Recommended Reading for Those in Leadership

Thanks to recommendations from Town Manager Don Turner, Milton Public Library Board President Lisa Barron, and Friends of Milton Library President Shelly Hitchcox, I’ve been chosen as one of four Vermonters to attend the New England Library Leadership Symposium. The...

Tips for Choosing Library Books for Your Little One

Recently a grandfather came into Milton Public Library with his preschool-aged granddaughter, who was visiting from out of state.   He asked where to find books for her, and looked overwhelmed when shown the many sections we have for children.  Where to start? This...

Summer Reading BINGO for Adults

Summer Reading BINGO for Adults runs June 1 through August 31, 2019, at Milton Public Library. For enrolling, and then for each BINGO card completed, you enter your name into a drawing for a monthly prize.

New in Science Fiction

Two places to look for authors and titles beyond the classics in science fiction are The Nebula Awards and the Hugo Awards.

Am I a racist?

I’m reading a book that makes me uncomfortable. It’s “White Fragility: Why it’s So Hard for White People to Talk about Racism.” In it author Robin DiAngelo explains how, “we are taught to think about racism only as discrete acts committed by individual people, rather...

Federal and State Tax Forms

Update March 11, 2019 Federal 1040 tax form booklets and instructions are now available at the library.  You may also download them from the internet, or order them online for by telephone. View and download Federal forms from the web by visiting the IRS online...