Tuesday 3:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Wednesday 12 PM - 7:30 PM
Thursday 10 AM - 12 PM, 3:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Friday 1 PM - 7:30 PM
Saturday 10 AM - 1 PM
Story time is back in session! Join us on Thursday mornings at 10 AM for stories, songs and movement. We'll be out on the playground if the weather allows.
The Kninjas (our hand crafts group) is back on Fridays at 3pm.
Do you have an interest you'd like to explore with other folks in the community? Let us know and we'll see if there's enough interest to create a regular group.
"The Other Way to Listen" by Byrd Baylor and Peter Parnall
The new story stroll is up! We also have a copy at the library for you to borrow.
Branch Hill Farm is located at 307 Applebee Road in Milton Mills. The story stroll is located across the street from the farm. Look for the Moose Mountains Regional Greenways Adventure Club signs. Head to the left as you walk across the field. Please be prepared for ticks and mosquitos. The first page of the story is at the beginning of the trail into the woods. Enjoy!
If we don't have what you are looking for, perhaps another library in New Hampshire does! Patrons can request items from other libraries by using the NHAIS Interlibrary Loan System. All you need is the barcode on the back of your library card and your PIN number. Here's a helpful video for getting started.
Hoopla is an on-line library that offers over 750,00 items: eBooks, audio books, comic books, graphic novels, movies and music with no wait lists.
Porch-side pickup is available during all our open hours. Reserve books and DVDs online or by phone or email. We will let you know when your items are ready for pick up. Use the "Visual" tab on our catalog home page for the best search experience.
Click here for more info on what you need to sign up for a library card, or please give us a call at (603) 473-8535 during open hours. A librarian will be happy to assist you!
The mission of the Milton Free Public Library is to provide
quality services to all members of the community, to enrich and inform our lives through the power of books, the resources of technology, and special programs for lifelong learning, for entertainment and enjoyment, for knowledge of our world and democratic heritage.