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Candy & Coloring

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Testing and exam prep got you down? Come color at the library! We'll have an assortment of coloring books-- from Harry Potter to Sherlock to Doctor Who. We'll also have sweet snacks to munch as you unwind with this new meditative craze! Feel free to pop in and out throughout the evening.

Candy & Coloring

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Teen Program

Testing and exam prep got you down? Come color at the library! We'll have an assortment of coloring books-- from Harry Potter to Sherlock to Doctor Who. We'll also have sweet snacks to munch as you unwind with this new meditative craze! Feel free to pop in and out throughout the evening.

   

Camp NaNoWriMo

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Teen Program

Can't get enough of National Novel Writing Month? Join us every Monday in April for Camp NaNoWriMo! For this creative offshoot during the NaNoWriMo off-season, we'll set our own word count goals and meet each Monday for two hours of writing. We'll also provide snacks, contests, and prizes along the way!

At The Core: Smart Money Moves

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This presentation enlightens both parents and students on budgeting and building solid money mangement skills for college and financial aid considerations you haven’t heard before to save on the cost of college. This informative and interactive session is presented by Joe Messinger, CFP®, of Capstone Wealth Partners and At The Core LLC. This is a community service aimed to educate and empower parents and their college-bound students and facilitate a very useful money-oriented conversation.

 

At The Core: Tips for the College Bound

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High school students need to know much more than the three R’s before they graduate, and parents can help! Our program provides valuable tips for families as they start to think about the journey to college. Beth Probst from At the Core, a company that offers guided self-assessment for students, will explain how the college application process has changed, what colleges are looking for in applicants and share ways parents can help students determine a major, college and career.

 

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