Drop in to our computer classroom every Friday 10 a.m. to noon for help taming your pesky tech problems with smartphones, tablets, laptops and ereaders.
Sock puppet fun
Bring in the kids and have fun with us making sock puppets on Dec. 7 at 11:30 a.m. Local writer, Janine Werchinski-Yates, and local illustrator, Mike Conway, will have available for purchase hot-off-the-press first edition copies of their new book, ‘The Secret Sock Club!’ If sock puppets aren’t your cup of tea, just stop by to say hello, have some cake and join in on the celebration.
Second Monday Club
Third to sixth graders are invited to join the group for fun activities and pizza on Monday, Dec. 9 at 6 p.m.
Protecting Your Assets As You Age
According to Forbes.com, 65 percent Americans have no will or estate plan in place when they die. If you are part of the 65 percent, what happens to your property when you die? The state’s laws stipulate where your money and assets go. The problem with relying on New York’s plan is that it may not fit your family. Learn about the advantages of a will, how to be sure it can’t be contested, and when to set up a trust to protect your money. This educational workshop is presented by the Safe Harbor Wills and Trusts, a legal company, in partnership with Grant Fletcher of the Alzheimer’s Association on Tuesday, Dec. 10 at 9:30 a.m. Registration is required! Please sign up through the Safe Harbor website: safeharborwillsandtrusts.com or by calling 695-3250.
Join with local writers to share tips, ideas, and support in getting the process going on Tuesday evenings at 7 p.m. This is a small group where you can share your current projects and get constructive feedback. The group hopes to have some writers’ events at the library, including author visits and workshops; bring your ideas!