On Friday, May 10 at 3 p.m., the Teen Services Department of the Milton Library will show a movie for students in grades 6-12. Teens will have a choice of four summer-themed movies; they can see the options and vote for their top choices on our Teen Space Facebook page (www.facebook.com/MiltonLibraryTeenSpace)! Read more »
On Tuesday, May 7 at 7 p.m., the Milton Public Library will host a creative writing workshop led by Kathryn Burak for local teens. Ms. Burak is a Milton resident, a teacher at Boston University, the poetry editor at YARN (yareview.net), and the author of the Edgar Award-nominated young adult novel Emily’s Dress and Other Missing Things. Read more »
On Wednesday, May 8th, historian Dan Breen will share an entertaining talk about the humble potato’s role in historic events at 7 pm in the Keys Community Room (lower level) of the Milton Public Library, 476 Canton Avenue in Milton. When the Spanish conquerors arrived in the New World, they tended to turn up their noses at a crop they had never seen before: the humble potato. Read more »
Artspace Milton in partnership with Sustainable Milton will be screening hosting ab Earth Day Movie Night and Bottle Cap Magnet Making at the Milton Public Library, April 18th at 6:30pm. Read more »
Did you know that your recycling bin is a treasure trove of art supplies??? To help celebrate Earth Day 2013, Sustainable Milton and Artspace Milton are collaborating to produce an event, The Recycle Art Challenge! Dig into your recycling bin and create a unique piece of art. Let your imagination go wild! Students are encouraged to create works of art using recycled materials. bring your work to our Earth Day Celebration at Turner’s Pond on Sunday April 21, 1:00 Pm. Prizes will be awarded for creativity! Read more »
The East Congregational Church announces its Third Annual Drum Circle. This event will be led by members of HandReach, an organization which for 10 years has focussed on providing trauma therapy to children in the U.S. and abroad, particularly amputees and severe burn victims. Having witnessed the healing power of drumming in their therapy sessions, HandReach formed a team focussed on drumming, called the Beat Brigade. Read more »
The Board of Selectmen will be meeting on April 17 at 6:30 in the John Cronin Conference Room at Town Hall. The agenda includes but is not limited to: Discussion: Town of Brookline/Norfolk County Correspondence, Police promotion interviews, a series of approvals and executive session to discuss Kevin Mearn v Town and Quarry Hills v Town in addition to other matters. The full agenda can be found on the Town Clerk’s web site here.
There will be a meeting of the Milton Planning Board on April 18th at 6:30 in the John Cronin Conference Room at Town Hall. The agenda includes but is not limited to: amended site plan approval for 17 Canton Ave, a discussion of the Master Plan, and current 40B projects (Hendries and Milton Mews) and a public hearing on medical marijuana moratorium. The full agenda can be found on the Town Clerk’s web site.
On Saturday, May 4, 2013, Susan Clare will discuss and demonstrate crafting with repurposed fabrics at 2 PM in the Keys Community Room (lower level) of the Milton Public Library, located at 476 Canton Avenue in Milton. This workshop called “Sewstainability” will highlight saving money, supporting sustainability, and making attractive and useful fabric items for personal use and as gifts. Read more »
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The Fair will be held on Saturday, April 27th in the Function Room at 1372 Brush Hill Rd from 10:00am to 2:00pm. Visit the White Elephant Tables and find household goods, decorative items, boutique furnishings and other treasures. At the Knitters Table you will find knit children’s clothing, baby afghans, spring décor and doll outfits. Read more »