The Millvale Community Library is seeking a passionate educator and “maker in residence” to help design and run our summer maker programming. As a part of the Maker Education Initiative’s Maker Corps program, our Maker Corps Member would plan and facilitate engaging youth-centered opportunities for making. During the ten week period from June 6 to August 11, the Maker Corps member will work directly with the Maker Program Director and other library staff to ensure that the summer at the MCL is as fun and rewarding as possible. Ideal candidates will possess: Excellent leadership skills Agency and ability to work… Read More »
Millvale is starting to warm up, and that means summer is just around the corner! The Millvale Community Library is offering a wide range of summer camp programs for children, ages 5 to 13. Camps are happening weekly between June and August, and all camps are FREE! Lunch and a snack are also included, free of charge! At the Millvale Community Library, our goal is to make sure everyone in our community has year-round opportunities for learning and growth. Our summer camp programs are designed to help facilitate that learning by teaching kids about a broad spectrum of different topics,… Read More »
The Millvale Community Library is proud to welcome Erinn Batykefer as our new librarian. Erinn is an experienced library professional who will be helping to update our collection and streamline our library services so that the MCL can provide the best services to the community of Millvale. Erinn earned her Master of Fine Arts in writing from the Creative Writing Department and her Master of Library Science from the iSchool at the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Library and Information Studies. She is co-founder and editor of the Library as Incubator Project and its sister site, The Book to Art… Read More »
As we step into 2017, people all across the country are pondering how we can all work together to create positive community impacts. In Millvale, we have spent the better part of a decade building the partnerships needed to create change. In this podcast, hear the voices of Millvale’s residents and business owners who have been working to address economic and environmental sustainability through the implementation of Millvale’s EcoDistrict Plan.
The Millvale Community Library just had a fantastic Saturday. Tupelo Honey Teas, in partnership with the Millvale Community Library, hosted a Wellness Workshop, transforming the library and adjacent tea shop into an emporium of positivity and well-being. If you had walked through the front entrance of the library last Saturday, to your right you would have seen Janet Zipf from the Back to the Earth Healing Center, setting up a massage chair and treating patrons to back, head, and neck massages. To your left would be Denise Rudar from the Millvale Gardens, teaching attendees how to make beeswax hand lotion and… Read More »