Community Resources

Access free community programs and services at Milton Public Library! Be inspired to get connected to free programs and services in your community.

Resume Review & Job Help

Have your resume reviewed by an expert from VPI and learn more about free employment programs to help job seekers find meaningful work and training. Drop-in.


Tuesday, March 17 (Flint Lab) 
Wednesday, April 15 (Teal Room)
Tuesday, May 12 (Teal Room)

2:00-4:00 pm

Family Law Information Session

If you're working through a separation or divorce, you're not alone. Come learn more about the legal process and get help, ask questions, and get resources. A family lawyer will provide a general overview of the relevant areas of law including spousal support, child support, and support enforcement. Please register or RSVP to fmrcentre@gmail.com. 


Monday, March 16

6:30-8:00 pm

Customer Service Excellence Certification Course

Excellent customer service doesn't just happen: it comes from truly understanding the customer. VPI will show you how. Register today to learn how to delight customers across any industry. Space is limited, so please register.


Wednesday, May 20

9:30 am-4:00 pm

Halton Community Legal Services

Need legal information? Not sure where to begin? Bring your legal questions about Ontario Works, human rights, tenants' rights, disability benefits, government pensions, EI or employment standards. Drop-in.


Wednesday, May 20

1:30-3:30 pm

Halton Housing Help

Safe and affordable housing is an urgent concern in Halton Region. If you have questions about securing housing in Halton, how to work with a landlord, or anything to do with housing, attend this free workshop to get information and help. Drop-in.


Thursday, March 26

2:00 pm-3:00 pm

Low Income Tax Clinic

If you have a modest income and a simple tax situation, come see about having your taxes done for free by a community volunteer. Drop-in.


Saturday, March 21

1:00 pm-4:00 pm

Saturday, April 4

10:00 am-1:00 pm

#HCCReads Book Club

Learn more about climate change in the Canadian Arctic, and get inspired to take action! Get a copy of The Right to Be Cold, the #HCCReads book club pick, online or in person, and attend this fun launch event to learn more.


Wednesday, April 22

6:30 pm-8:30 pm