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Milton Transit will be free this summer for local youth with library cards.



Milton’s kids can enjoy the annual Read and Ride program again!

This summer, residents aged 16 and under can ride Milton Transit buses for free by showing their library card to the bus driver when they get on.


Tony D’Alessandro, Director of Transit Services for Milton, is excited to continue this partnership with the Milton Public Library (MPL).


Also happening this summer is the TD Summer Reading Club. Students can join, earn points, and win prizes throughout the summer.

The MPL is also part of the Summer Giving Campaign, which supports the Milton Community Resource Centre (MCRC) and its Infant Food Bank. Library patrons are encouraged to donate baby food and diapers. Donors can earn weekly prize draw entries by making qualified donations at any library branch.


All three programs will start on Saturday, June 22nd, with an event from 1:15 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the Main Library, 1010 Main Street East, Milton. Mayor Gordon Krantz will give opening remarks and cut the ribbon to officially start the programs and activities. The day will include outdoor and indoor games, crafts, a scavenger hunt, and information booths for the TD Summer Reading Club. Activities start at 1:30 p.m.


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