Movie Night

The Webermeier Library will be showing a movie at the Milford Senior Center Thursday, December 21st.

Concessions start at 5:30PM

Movie starts at 6:30PM

Pizza, Popcorn, Dessert, and Drinks will be provided by the Milford Chamber of Commerce.


Christmas Holiday

The Webermeier Library will be closed Saturday, Dec. 23rd – Tuesday, Dec. 26th to observe the Christmas holiday.

We will be re-open Wednesday, Dec. 27th-Friday, Dec. 29th.

Have a happy and safe holiday!


Eclipse Glasses from NASA

We will have eclipse glasses again on Friday, 8/17/2017.  Anyone that is needing a pair or concerned with the quality of the ones they have (from us or not) is welcome to bring in their old pair for a replacement so long as we have them available.

Donations are still welcome.

Have a nice day,


Possible Bad Solar Glasses

If you got solar glasses from us which are not branded with “Farmers and Merchants Bank” they may not be safe for long term use.  Please bring back your other glasses and we will trade them for a proper pair as long as we have them.

Sorry about this, I understand if this upsets you, I am not pleased myself.


Eclipse Viewing Glasses

available at the Webermeier Memorial Library 617 2nd St.   In the city park.

The solar eclipse will begin at 11:37 AM, August 21, 2017, and totality will occur at 1:03 PM. To watch this historic event safely, you need protective glasses intended to filter the light of the sun, normal sunglasses are not sufficient.

Donations are appreciated to help cover costs.


Movie Night?

I know that some of you are waiting with baited breath for the next movie night.  Unfortunately, our Projector gave up the ghost just before showing Moana.  We borrowed a projector from Southeast Community College, (Thank you very much for that by the way!) but it was an emergency measure at best.  The projector is currently being looked at by the manufacturer to determine what it would cost to fix it.

So the long and the short is that we will do movie nights again just as soon as we have the equipment to do so.  Thanks for your patience in this regard.