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Free Fiancial Literacy Classes

SCPL is delighted to offer 3 new program series focusing on financial literacy. These programs were made possible through partnerships with three community experts, and classes cover a variety of topics to help people take charge of their financial lives.

Financial Fridays
Downtown Library • 224 Church St.
Every 2nd Friday • 1:00pm - 2:00pm

Financial Fridays is led by Jennipher Lommen, a Certified Financial Planner. This series starts September 14th and runs through March 2019 with a break in December. The series begins with retirement planning and covers Medicare and long term care in October and November, respectively.

Money Mondays
Downtown Library • 224 Church St.
Every 4th Monday • 4:00pm - 5:15pm

Money Mondays is led by Financial Literacy Coach Lisa Bennett. The series starts September 24th and runs through March 2019 with a break in December. Topics will include: uncovering your money archetype, creating a spending plan, credit and your credit score, insurance, stock market basics, and funding college.

Financial Fridays in Boulder Creek
Boulder Creek Library • 13390 West Park Ave.
Every 2nd Friday • 10:30am

Another Financial Fridays series will be held at the Boulder Creek Library. This series is led by Aaron Brandt, Financial Advisor. The series kicks off September 14th with the foundations of investing, then covers retirement by design in October, preparing for the unexpected in November, and estate planning in December.

Financial literacy is a critical skill that isn't always taught in school or at home. Yet the ability to make financially responsible decisions is an important part of everyday life. The library is offering no-cost learning opportunities to bridge the gap in knowledge. We hope you can join us.

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