We have exciting new services coming to the library in January! First, we introduced new museum pass software.
While COVID continues to alter individual venue times and services, we hope our new booking software will make it easier for you to see what’s available. As a bonus, many of our passes can be printed from home or you can present a digital pass on site.
Our second new service is a video streaming service! In early January, Kanopy streaming video will be available to Milford Library Card holders. Our subscription method will limit users to 7 movies per month, 3 Great Courses series or videos per month, and unlimited children’s content, Kanopy Kids!
Check our website, milfordlibrary.org, for updates as we roll out these services in early January.
We have also introduced new tablet loan stations. Located on the kids’ and adults’ floors, these tablets can be used in the library to check email, scroll through social media, and more! While allowing you to maintain social distancing in the building.
Library programs continue to be a mix of in-person and Zoom offerings. The safety of our staff and visitors is our top priority and programs and services may change as we receive guidance from the Department of Health. We appreciate your patience and understanding.
As we enter a new year, I would like to thank everyone who has supported, visited and used the library over the past year. It has been difficult, but we are committed to providing you, our customers, with the best possible library service. If you have any questions or concerns, please call or email.
And, as I mention every month – a HUGE thank you to our friends at the Milford Library for funding and supporting our programs. Would you like to get more involved with Friends? They are looking to fill a few volunteer positions, or simply become a member!
Information about our Friends of the Library can be found on the library’s website: milfordlibrary.org.
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Remember, masks and social distancing are mandatory in ALL city buildings, including the library, regardless of vaccination status.