People want to make good financial decisions that set them up for success both today and in the future, but not everyone knows the questions to ask, the information to gather, or the long-term effects of these decisions.
Join financial adviser Jonathan Pearl on Tuesday, October 16 at 6:30 p.m. to discuss establishing a college savings goal, strategies to help achieve the goal and the features and benefits of 529 savings plans.
Teens and parents are encouraged to attend.
Please register as space is limited.
There is a Library Page position available for Wednesday or Thursday evenings and Friday afternoons. If you’re interested in working at MPL, please submit the application below AND a cover letter by Monday, October 29th. You can submit your application materials in person at the Circulation Desk or via email to email@example.com.
It’s fall cleaning time! Navigating the world of green cleaning can be stressful—which chemicals are truly harmful, and which are marketing schemes to encourage the purchase of expensive “natural” alternatives? Learn some basic chemistry and make your own green cleaner with common kitchen ingredients with us on Monday, October 29, 2018 at 06:00 PM!
This class is for ages 18+.
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Join us on Wednesday, October 24 at 6 p.m. for a spooky evening at the library with Sarah Hodge-Wetherbe of GeekGal where she will discuss the evolution of Creepypasta. Slenderman. The Rake. The Seedeater. Ted the Caver. The internet has become the new forum for our fear. In this panel we’ll look at some of the more famous creepypastas, the psychology behind why they scare us and look at the more popular forms of their stories on the web.
This event is recommended for ages 13+.
Please register as space is limited: bit.ly/MPLElectricMyth