Tour a Tiny House at Milton Public Library
Learn about how Tiny Houses are built and sustained
There will be a special event this summer to give everyone chance to tour a “Tiny House” built on the back of a box truck which will be parked at the Library for a three-hour period. This fun opportunity will be happening on Thursday, July 11 between the hours of 3:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m., and is open to all ages. Our host will be Alex Eaves, who is a “Reuse Expert” and he will greet you to tell you all about the tiny house before you visit it in the Library parking lot, so all can see what a cool concept this is. All materials that go into creating the tiny house come from recycled materials which is such a great thing about this kind of lifestyle. There will also be snacks available during the tour for those attending to enjoy. Please come and check out a much more frugal way of owning a house, which you can also drive from place to place! Author Derek “Deek” Diedrickson, who has written the book Micro-living: 40 Innovative Tiny Houses Equipped for Full-Time Living, in 400 Square Feet or Less (c2018, Storey Publishing), has been instrumental in helping to bring us this program and we encourage you to also check out his book which you may place a reserve on by calling the Reference Dept. Please come to take advantage of this unique opportunity which is also great for kids!
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These events are kindly sponsored by the Friends of the Milton Public Library and are held in the Keys Community Room, unless otherwise noted here. They are free and open to the public and we encourage to stop by and see what your public library has to offer this month. You can find all the details at our website which is www.miltonlibrary.org, or call Jean Hlady, Head of Reference, at 617-698-5757, x. 3.