Monthly Events

Books & Bites

We have two Books & Bites groups : a middle school group (6th - 8th grade) and a high school group (9th - 12th grade).  

The middle school Books and Bites group meets monthly and the high school group meets every other month.  Each group discusses books while having snacks and participating in activities and/or projects related to the books.

See more information and register here.

TNT Saturdays

TNT Saturdays (for 6th - 12th graders) are held on the second Saturday of each month.  We have a different activity each month.  See the schedule and register here.

TNT Volunteer Opportunities

If you are interested in volunteer opportunities at the library, please call the library or fill out the form here for more information.

Other TNT Events

See information about additional TNT activities here.

TNT Newsletter

We have a monthly TNT e-newsletter to provide information about TNT programs, new books, and library news. You may read this month’s newsletter and sign up to receive future issues here.

Library Cards

If you live in our service area, work full-time in Milan, or own property in Milan, you may get a free library card at our library.  Our service area includes the city of Milan, Augusta Township, and the parts of Pittsfield Township and York Township that are in Milan Area Schools.

Kindergarten through 12th grade students who do not live in our service area, but are enrolled in Milan Area Schools may get a free student library card at our library.

You may also use your card from other MILibrary card participating libraries at our library. 

See here for everything you need to know about getting a library card. 

How many books or DVDs can I check out? What else can I check out? Can I renew a CD? For how long?  Find answers to these questions and more here.  

Summer Events

Thank you to all of our Summer Reading Program supporters!

Our 2019 Youth Summer Reading program concluded another successful year at the end of August.  This year's theme was A Universe of Stories, and the universe of Milan was instrumental in supporting the program’s success. 

More than 500 children and teens participated this summer by reading, listening to books, and attending events at the library.

The Youth Summer Reading Program encourages children and teens to read and/or listen to books throughout the summer to maintain and build their literacy skills.  The library provides structured reading goals, and generous donations from community sponsors provide incentives which encourage and reward achieving reading/listening goals. Youth were rewarded with ice cream, pizza, bread sticks, bowling, and more this summer. 

Thank you to each of our sponsors:

Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum

Bel-Mark Lanes

Collins Center

Daisies and Donuts

Emagine Theater

Friends of Milan Public Library

Hungry Howie’s Pizza

Life is Sweet Bakery and Café

Little Caesars

Marco’s Pizza


Milan Dairy Barn

The Owl

Pick & Go

Quality 16 Theater

Saline Community Fair

University Musical Society

Wiard’s Cider Mill and Apple Orchard

Wild Swan Theater

Zap Zone

In addition to supporting reading achievements, the library provides fun activities to encourage learning and inquiry throughout the summer.  The programs this year ranged from space themed hands-on activities from Michigan Science Center in June to an exciting magic show by Jeff Wawrzaszek of A2 Magic in August.  

Community partnerships contribute to the success of events throughout the summer. Teachers and principals from Paddock and Symons read for Teacher TALES, and Milan Parks and Recreation provides the use of The Center and Wilson Park for events. 

The annual Touch a Truck event highlights the collaboration and support in our community.  The library and Milan Parks and Recreation cohosted the event, Milan Area Schools provided the parking lot of the Milan Middle School, and 27 organizations and businesses participated in the event.  Children enjoyed exploring the vehicles and speaking with the drivers to learn about the jobs they do in our community, and many drivers expressed how much they enjoyed participating and sharing information with the children. The participants this year ranged from motorcycles to a crane and a historic fire engine to a modern one. 

Thank you to the following organizations and individuals who donated their time to provide this opportunity for our community: 

ABATE of Michigan Region 14

American Aqua

American Red Cross

Bob’s Arctic Cat

Books on Bikes



Golden Limousine

Gotts Transit Mix

Huron Valley Ambulance

Just Right Grain Systems

Kiger Farm

Milan Area Fire Department

Milan Area Historical Society

Milan Area Schools

Milan Department of Public Works

Milan Dragway

Milan Police Department

Milan Seniors for Healthy Living

Monroe County Road Commission

Pepsi Beverage Company

Wayne Ruston

U. S. Army

University of Michigan Transportation

University of Michigan Heavy Equipment Garage

Washtenaw County Road Commission

Washtenaw County Sheriff’s Office

We appreciate the support of the community to provide a fun and educational Summer Reading Program for our youth.