Adult Programs and Events

From book clubs and contests to workshops and programs, there's always something happening for adults here at your library. We plan new and unique events throughout the year.

We also have some great programs that we run every year, such as One Book, One Milton, the Laurier Milton Lecture Seriesand the DIY Maker Fest.

View Program Calendar for Adults.

View Seniors' Resources

Adult Programs - Winter 2018

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What is Dementia?

Wed Jan 24  7:00 - 8:00 PM

Main Library

Understand the difference between normal forgetfulness and memory loss. Learn to recognize the warning signs and behaviour changes caused by Alzheimer's disease. Presented by Vinitha Nair, Caregiver Education Coordinator, Acclaim Health Alzheimer Services. Please register.


eBooks for Beginners

Wed Jan 31  2:00 - 3:00 PM

Main Library

Come in to learn how you can use apps to access eBooks and eAudiobooks from the library on your smartphone or tablet. Please register.


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Changing the Narrative of "Not Good Enough"

Wed Jan 31  7:00 - 8:00 PM

Main Library

Do you feel like deep down you’re meant for something more? In this interactive presentation, Life & Relationship Coach Mandy Wong will go through the four common narratives that often make us feel “not good enough”. Learn how these barriers limit us from achieving more, and gain the tools that will help you break free from these stories, so that you can begin to create more confidence and personal freedom in your life and relationships. Please register.


Wills and Estate Law

Tue Feb 6  7:00 - 8:00 PM

Main Library

Learn the importance of having a will and powers of attorney. Get practical guidance on the key points to consider whether using a lawyer or doing it yourself. Presented by Fay Hassaan, Barrister and Solicitor at Law. Please register.


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eBooks for Beginners

Wed Feb 6  6:00 - 7:30 PM

Main Library

Come in to learn how you can use apps to access eBooks and eAudiobooks from the library on your smartphone or tablet. Please register.


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Milton Literati Mixer

Wed Feb 7  7:00 - 9:00 pm

Main Library

Please join us for a literary mixer in the Bandura Fireside Lounge.  All local writers are welcome: published authors, hobbyists, first-time or experienced writers. Enjoy a pleasant evening getting to know other community members with a passion for writing. Refreshments will be served.  Please register.


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Milton Philharmonic Orchestra: Valentine's Day

Sat Feb 10  2:00 - 3:00 PM

Main Library

From September 2017 through May 2018, musicians from the Milton Philharmonic Orchestra will perform at the Main Library. This program is made possible through funding from the Ontario Arts Council. The concerts will be held in the Bandura Fireside Lounge. Space is limited so please register to reserve your spot.

Get ready for romance with a selection of love songs performed by members of the Milton Philharmonic Orchestra.


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Black History Month Celebration

Sat Feb 17  3:00 - 4:00 PM

Main Library

Enjoy African music and history through a participative drumming experience with Toronto musician, Amara Kanté. Mr. Kanté is a world renowned Master percussionist, Composer and Artistic Director. His repertoire of instruments includes: Djembe drum, Dunun drums, Talking-drum, Bolon, Krin, Bara and Congas.

Suitable for all ages. Please register.


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Top 10 RRSP Tips

Wed Feb 21  7:00 - 8:00 PM

Main Library

Take full advantage of RRSPs. Learn the importance of early contributions, spousal RRSPs, making tax-efficient deduction decisions, resisting the "dip," designating a beneficiary through your will, and more. Presented by consultants from Investors Group Financial Services. Please register.


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Storm Chasing in Ontario

Wed Feb 28  7:00 - 8:00 PM

Main Library

Experience the life cycle of thunderstorms with this exciting and educational presentation. Professional photographer and storm chaser, David T. Chapman, will show how thunderstorms form and develop into powerful lightning and wind storms. Watch an Ontario super-cell tornado from start to finish as it cuts a path through the countryside near Arthur, Ontario. Please register.