Talk, Sing and Play Together at the Library! Award winning children’s singer-songwriter Marylee Sunseri will lead a music concert for children ages 0-2 and their grown-ups. Join us for fun music activities that build important early literacy skills for the littlest of learners.
School age children (6 -12 years old) are welcome to join us on Wednesday, October 23rd from 3pm to 4pm to create paper lanterns in celebration of the Festival of Lights. No registration required but supplies are limited.
It’s kill or be killed! This Screen! we celebrate action, adventure, thriller, and sci-fi themes, the kind of movies that get your heart racing and your blood pumping…
Join us October 25th for fantastic shorts by fantastic local filmmakers, popcorn and networking. It’s the best way to see your film on the big screen!
7:00 – 8:30 Reception and Networking
8:30 – 9:30 Feature presentation
9:30 – 11:30 Networking
Get ready for our 6th Annual Pumpkins in the Park! This returning favorite treats you and the entire family to a frightfully fun afternoon. Break in your costumes as you enjoy the ghoulishly good time we have planned for you!
Live music, children’s costume contest (everybody wins), snacks, and pumpkin decorating. Join us for a fun, free, afternoon at the park!
Tonks & the Aurors are BACK at the Milpitas Library! Harry Potter + Rock & Roll = Wizard Rock. Come hear an acoustic set from Tonks at her last west coast show of 2019. Be ready to sing, dance, and make magical noise in the library. FREE & All Ages!
Fear, chills and Fun! Join us for a spooktacular Haunted House in the children’s activity room on October 30th from 3:30-5:00 pm. Best suited for ages 8 and up. Drop in program, no registration required.
Join us for the Celebration and Screening of The Milpitas Monster on October 30
Come join us for a very special screening of The Milpitas Monster on October 30, 2019!
Directed by Robert Burrill, The Milpitas Monster is a classic horror movie that was filmed 43 years ago.
The story is centered upon a creature who is formed by pollution and terrorizes Milpitas residents. If you haven’t seen the film yet, or even if you have, come out and enjoy a night out to celebrate 43 years, and to have a great time with friends and community. And it’s always pretty fascinating to see the film and notice all the streets and old landmarks of Milpitas during the seventies!
The Milpitas Beat (milpitasbeat.com) will be sponsoring this event.