Carol Netzley Coate, Director of the Milton-Union Public Library, is retiring after 25 years of dedicated service at the library. Carol’s public service has been marked by her high energy and kind heart. Under her leadership, the Milton-Union Public Library has entered fully into the digital age, providing new and exciting resources for our patrons. The Library’s staff is very sad to see Carol go and will miss her guidance and support.
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The Milton-Union Public Library is proud to be celebrating 80 years of service to the community this April. This is a great time for us to celebrate our past and look for new ways to improve our services in the future. Feedback that we receive will be posted during National Library Week, the third week in April. We are very thankful for the continued patronage and support of our community.
The display case at the Milton-Union Public Library will show European Village collectibles during the month of March shared by library patron Carol Dohner. Carol has been collecting for over 10 years. The figures are of people in the neighborhoods of old Europe doing everyday things. Carol Dohner said about the collection “I love the peaceful expressions on their faces.”. She has offered to give each item in the display case away at the end of March and encourages the community to donate and continue supporting the library.
My Book and Me will be every Thursday in March at 6:30 PM. This program encourages children to write by creating five short stories with illustrations. Each week will contain a different art method to spark the child's creativity. The children's books will be on display in the children's room during the month of April.