Events Calendar / September 08, 2021

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Financial Literacy Series: Identity Theft

Presented by Sue Katz, American Consumer Credit Counseling

There are many steps you can take to protect your privacy and to reduce the risk of identity theft. Sue will talk about ways to identify scams and the actions you can take to minimize the damage if your identity is stolen.

Register at bit.ly/FPL-Events by 9am on September 8 to receive the Zoom link.

About Sue Katz
Sue Katz has been working for American Consumer Credit Counseling since 2009. She is a Certified Personal Financial Counselor / Educator and a Military Housing Specialist with over 40 years of experience in personal, corporate, and small business finance. She is an outreach coordinator and educator whose main focus is reaching out to the military and to the community at large.

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Stretch and Relax

Join this class to maintain body flexibility, improve balance and reduce stress.

If you have NEVER attended this class, please register at this link: http://bit.ly/FPL-Exercise-Classes. If you HAVE attended any of our online exercise classes in the past, we already have your information, and you do not need to register again.

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Yarn Social Hour

Join us for a HYBRID in-person or through Zoom knitting, crochet, and yarn crafting social hour! This is not a learn to knit or crochet program, but in person we can offer pointers and tips.

1st and 3rd Mondays from 11:00am-12:00pm

All Wednesdays 6:00-7:00pm

Show up in-person on any of the program days at the McAuliffe Branch Library, or register for the Zoom Link at: http://bit.ly/FPL-Events

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Science Fiction Book Club: The Space Between Worlds, by Micaiah Johnson

Multiverse travel is finally possible, but there's just one catch: no one can visit a world where their counterpart is still alive. Cara's parallel selves happen to be exceptionally good at dying and she's reaping the benefits. She's got a new job collecting off-world data, a path to citizenship, and a near-perfect Wiley City accent but when Cara is plunged into a new world with an old secret, she discovers something that endangers not just her world, but the entire multiverse.

Please email Lucy Loveridge, Library Liaison, at lloveridge@minlib.net for the zoom invite or register at http://bit.ly/FPL-Events.

In October we will read Klara and the Sun by Kazuo Ishiguro (available on library shelves and in Overdrive/Libby).