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MILLIS READS PROGRAM presents DARK TIDE
A North End Walking Tour with Stephen Puleo

 

Saturday June 13th 9AM-3PM

Enjoy a North End Tour with Stephen Puleo, author of Dark Tide: The Great Boston Molasses Flood of 1919.

A school bus will leave the Millis Public Library parking lot promptly at 9AM and return at 3PM. Mr. Puleo will meet us at 10:30AM in front of L’Osteria Restaurant, 104 Salem Street.

The walking tour is approximately 1.5 hours long which leaves “On Your Own” time for patrons to explore the North End or grab an Italian meal!

Mr. Puleo has suggested a minimum donation of $30 per person to be made out to JDRF- Megan’s Marchers for the tour. JDRF stands for Juvenile Diabetes Research Fund. This is Mr. Puleo’s family team fundraiser named for his niece who has Juvenile Diabetes.

Preregistration with donation check is required please. You can sign up at the Millis Public Library through Alex Lent, Library Director. There is a limit so this is on a first come, first serve basis. Preference given to Millis residents.

Thanks go out to the Friends of the Millis Public Library for sponsoring the bus for this trip!


FRIDAY SILVER SCREEN MOVIE MATINEES: April-June 2015
Screenings begin at 1 pm in the Roche Bros. Community Room

Become a Library Champion Today!
Become a Library Champion Today!

What's a Library Champion? 

It's you, who visits the library every week, once a month, or every so often.

It's you, who uses your Library for one or more of these cost saving services:

   * OverDrive - free download of e-books to your device 

   * Minuteman lending services

   * Freegal - 3 free downloads of music per week

   * Computer/ Printer

   * Museum passes

   

It's you, who attends our diverse program offerings (local history, author visits and more)

It's you, who loves to hear live music, no matter what the genre.

It's you, who may not have the time right now to become a Friend of the Millis Public Library

but you wish to support the Library with a donation of money.

It's you, because you want to support the Library, its services and the programming you love.

 

Become a Library Champion Today campaign was created for you, who may not have the time right now to be a Friend of the Millis Public Library but wish to support the services and programs that you love.

It's you, because you use your Library and with your donation, we can provide so much more.

Anyone can become a Library Champion today!  Donations forms available at your Library. Please complete and enclose with your check to Friends of the Millis Public Library, 961 Main Street, Millis, MA 02054.

The Become a Library Champion Today campaign is sponsored by the Friends of the Millis Public Library, a 501 (c) 3 independent organization founded in 1985 that promotes the Library within the community by funding programs and services that would not be possible within the constraints of the Library budget. We welcome matching gifts. Your gift is tax deductible.


Welcome to the Friends of the Library Page!
They say "one can never have too many friends..."
 

The Friends of the Millis Public Library is accepting new members.If you are interested in joining this group of dedicated volunteers please contact Nancy Sitta, President of the Friends of the Millis Public Library at NancySitta@comcast.net or at 508-376-2676. The Trustees and staff of the Millis Public Library are truly appreciative of the amazing effort and work that the Friends do on behalf of the library!

The Friends of the Millis Public Library is an independent organization that promotes the Library within the community by funding programs and services that would not be possible within the constraints of the Library budget. The Friends of the Millis Public Library, Inc. is a non-profit 501 (3) (c) organization (tax ID#04-3268133) and donations are tax-deductible to the full extent allowed by law.
 
What Do the Friends Do?     


 
              

Spotlight on Seniors Programs

Silver Screen Matinees will be held on Friday afternoons starting October 4th at 2:00 pm.  This program is free and will be held in the Roche Brothers Family Community Room.  No registration required. 



Drop-In Bridge: Wednesdays 1-4 pm. Please bring your own supplies. 

Sit and Knit:  This is a drop in program for knitters of all abilities.  Bring your own projects and supplies.

Spotlight on Seniors program initiative is made possible through the generous support of Foundation for Metrowest and the Friends of the Millis Public Library.

Friends Information

How the Friends support MPL year round...

 

Sponsor of the Capital Campaign to Enhance the new Millis Public Library - Numerous Museum Passes  -   On-Line Pass Reservation Software -  Adult Programs  -   Children's Summer  Reading Programs  -  Children's Furniture -

Book Bags for Doorstep Delivery to the Homebound Patron Program, and much, much more...

 

When We Meet

 

The Friends Meet the fourth Wednesday of each month at 7:00 pm at the Library in the Roche Brothers Community Room, unless otherwise noted.  Your attendance is greatly appreciated, but not a requirement of Membership.

 

Book Sales

 

Book Sale Fundraisers are held annually in November and May (June for Children and Young Adult only).  Year round we accept donations of hardcover, paperback fiction and non-fiction books, books on tape/CDs, DVDs, Games and Puzzles.  All items should be in good condition.  Please drop off your donations to the Friends Room during library business hours.  Please, no VHS tapes, text books or magazines.

 

How to Join

To Join the Friends of the Library, just fill out the Friends Membership Application located at the top of the page!

   

Friends Executive Board Members 

President:  Nancy Sitta

Vice Presidents:  Jennifer Farrar & Art Payne & Susan Bonvoulair

Treasurer:  Meghan Gavaghan

Asst. Treasurer:  Barbara Leblanc

Secretary:  Meghan Gavaghan

Asst. Secretary:  Maryann Ziemba