Come jump into Virtual Reality at the Teen Center! We have two Oculus Headsets available for use. (as room space permits) Included are a wide variety of games ranging from Gorilla Tag to Beat Saber and many others. Please see the Teen Center desk if you would like to play on the VR System.

Please ask a parent before using Virtual Reality. May cause dizziness, nausea, light-headedness, and in extreme cases epilepsy episodes. Use with caution.

Are you a crafter? Do you enjoy drawing? Come check out the Teen Center’s Arts and Crafts Club!

Every other week the Arts and Crafts Club will have a free-for-all creative space with all in-house materials available. You may bring your own materials with you to use, please keep them separate from general use materials. Anything goes during this club; let this be a creative space for any type of artist. Most all mediums are allowed: drawing (physical and digital), writing and poetry, general crafting, painting (with table and clothing coverage), etc. If you would like to use a hot glue gun or something of that nature please ask Teen Center Staff before use.

Two words: Mine. Craft.

Join us on our local Teen Center only server to build to your heart’s desire. We have ten Minecraft accounts available for use through our laptops located here in the Teen Center. Feel free to bring your own laptop if wanted. Owning or purchasing a Minecraft account is not required to play.

Please refrain from bullying/griefing others creations within the server. All speech in and out of game should remain positive and free of profanity. We strive to keep the Teen Center as well as the Minecraft server nice and orderly. Please see Teen Center Staff if you have any issues, Thank you.

A place to live out your inner anime dreams.

Join us for Anime Club, we will cycle through a wide variety of anime to watch. Requests for what to watch are greatly appreciated. (as long as content remains PG-13) As well as watching anime, feel free to visit our manga section and grab something to read, or even just chat about anime/manga alike.

Pick up a new board game to learn or battle your next opponent in a card game.

This is a free-for-all time for playing physical games. The Teen Center has a wide selection of board games to choose from. Please make sure to return all items to the correct box.

New or old to crochet! Join Maria in learning how to do most crochet basics. All materials provided by Teen Center.

Roll for initative!

Join us bi-weekly for a Dungeons & Dragons 5E campaign. Currently, we are running an adventures league type of campaign, so feel free to stop by. No prior knowledge of the game is needed. Materials provided by the Teen Center.

No registration required – Program for ages 13-18

What is the Teen Advisory Board: 

Milford Public Library’s Teen Advisory Board (TAB) is an advisory board of students (ages 13-18) who meet monthly with the library’s teen services staff to discuss books, movies, and music and to give input on library issues related to teens.

Teen Advisory Board members will:

  • Attend and participate in monthly meetings.
  • Brainstorm ways the library can better serve teens
  • Help promote the library and participate in creating content for the library’s website and social media
  • Be ambassadors in their community
  • Identify needs in their community and be a problem solver to meet those needs

Benefits of being a Teen Advisory Board member:

  • Connect with teens and make new friends
  • Have a voice and be a leader in your library and community
  • Gain leadership, communication, teamwork, and project management skills
  • Enhance your college and job applications
  • Have fun!

Membership Requirements:

  • Be a student in grades 7-12
  • Have parental permission
  • Have a Delaware library card
  • Agree to attend monthly TAB meetings

PRISM is the Milford Public Library’s teen-centered Gender and Sexuality Alliance (GSA).

PRISM’s mission is to help create a community and safe space where all feel welcome and supported, regardless of their sexual orientation or gender identity. PRISM promotes acceptance and strongly advocates against bullying or hatred of any kind. Everyone is welcome – LGBTQA+ teens, as well as straight-orientated teens (allies), teens with LGBTQA+ families, and teens who don’t have or need a label for their sexual orientations or gender identities. Bi-weekly meetings will involve discussion of, and education about, issues related to sexual orientation or gender identity and expression. Teens also may celebrate events such as the National Day of Silence, Ally Week, and Pride month to create more visibility for LGBTQA+ people and issues.

PRISM serves the LGBTQQIAP (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Questioning, Intersex, Asexual, Pansexual) community of Milford. PRISM stands for Pride, Raising awareness, Involvement, Support, and Mentoring. We do not condone hate speech, bullying, transphobia, homophobia, misogyny, bigotry, or any other related negative interactions.

If you want to communicate with teens, please join our discord server. Please remember your manners when talking with others.

  • Be respectful to the host
  • Be respectful to other teen members that are participating with you
  • Use written, and oral appropriate language or content deemed suitable by Teen Staff Members

How to join Discord
1. Create an account on Discord and join our server. This site will enable everyone to communicate.

Click the link below:

We ask that you respect the rules/policies of the Milford Library Teen Center while participating on any online activity. Breaking the rules/policies may exclude you from being able to engage in live online activities.