Have you heard about Meetup? It’s an app designed to help groups organize in-person get togethers around shared interests and hobbies.
Thanks to a grant from our Friends group, you can now find the library on Meetup.
While our library calendar will always be the go-to spot to see and sign up for all our events and classes, you will find our growing roster of crafts and other interactive, social, and hobby-related activities also listed on Meetup, along with forums and special mailing lists to help you stay in touch with the new friends you make at these events.
We look forward to interacting with you in this new venue, and helping you make new connections.
Questions? Need a Meetup primer or help signing up for a free account? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wednesday, Feb. 21 at 6 p.m.
Making Sense of Investing
It’s difficult to plan for the future without an understanding of where you stand today. This means identifying and prioritizing your needs, assessing your tolerance for risk and understanding what impacts your current financial picture — things like income, expenses and any savings.
Presented by Zachary Grady, Edward Jones financial advisor, in the library’s alcove.
Registration is required: online or call the information desk at (518) 810-0314.
The library will be closed on Presidents’ Day, Monday, Feb. 19.
— Joe Nash