Superheroes come in all types, including the furry kind.
Tipp City K9 Gitta and her handler Sergeant Greg Adkins are making a special visit to the Milton-Union Public Library as part of its hero-themed Summer Reading Program. The police team will be at the library from 2-3 p.m. on Tuesday, June 30. Not only will families get to meet the crime-fighting German Shepherd, but they can also watch her in action as she finds “contraband” in the library.
Elementary-age kids got to sing, laugh and learn with Naturalist Chris Rowlands at the Milton-Union Public Library June 11.
He brought his guitar, puppets and a colorful multi-layer backdrop to teach the group about underwater nature.
Some kids even got to come up front and perform a song with him!
Milton-Union Public Library believes that “Not All Heroes are Fiction!” So during the Summer Reading Program, along with heroes that can fly or create webs, the library is also highlighting its “Hometown Heroes.”
Throughout the summer, the library will display names and photos of West Milton’s “Hometown Heroes” as seen hanging from the light poles in town. There are 81 heroes in all with Milton ties, so come in every week to see new faces – the banner will change out on Mondays.
Check our calendar for more information.
Tiny Tots takes it’s heroes under the sea with a sea horse policeman and an octopus fireman. Each child that signs up gets to place their own sea horse or octopus on a bulletin board in the children’s room with their name on it.