It's a brand new Did you hear? podcast episode! And, it's another 5 for 5 format. We talk to another 5 groups of people about 5 topics for 5 minutes at a time. This time around:
We thought about adding even more goodness into this episode, but there is such thing as too much of a good thing.
In case you missed it, we launched a Career & Finance newsletter last month and you definitely don’t want to miss the next edition that goes out this week.
Each month, the newsletter focuses on bringing you the latest highlighted events, resources, and tips and tricks to make progress on your career and finance goals. We want to connect you with programs and resources that help you navigate your current stage in life and we’re excited to deliver them right to your inbox.
Topics covered in this upcoming edition:
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Get your Used Book Bargains before October 10.
Central Resource Library is preparing for Phase 2 of extensive renovations, during 2021. The work is extensive and as a result the Friends of Johnson County Library Bookstore at Central closes permanently October 10th.
Not to worry! You can still make great deals for a good cause with by-appointment shopping at our Antioch and Blue Valley Libraries bookstores
Meanwhile, we’re closing out inventory at Central, and there are bargains galore. You can take advantage of their 50% off books and AV renovations sale from now until they close!
Kids and teens! Enter our Scary Story Contest! This contest is open to children and teens up to 19 years old through October 16. One entry per person, please.
Then join us for a virtual Friday Fright Night on as we read some stories by select winners from the Scary Story Contest. This event will be fun for all ages. In between readings we will feature some spooky artwork and recommend Halloween reads. Register now to get the link to the virtual program »
Interested in researching your family’s history? Our series of Beginning Genealogy classes will help you get started down the fascinating road of finding out where you came from and who your ancestors were.
The classes will focus on the basics of effective searching, recording, and organizing what you find. Assignments to apply what you have learned will be given at the end of each class.
In case you missed our latest podcast episode, here's your chance to give it a listen. A new 5 for 5 Did you hear? podcast episode will be available next week.
What's 5 for 5? We go around the Library to hear from 5 different voices for 5 topics 5 minutes at a time! In this episode:
If this episode had any more goodness stuffed into it, there'd be an explosion of confetti.
We have everything you need to help you with your career and personal finance.
Virtual Career and Finance programs? Yep.
Answers to financial questions? For sure.
Resources about local hiring and unemployment? You know it.
Financial relief information? Budgeting and money management? What about scam avoidance? We did say everything. Career and Finance help is a click away.
In October we're offering several writing programs to help you hone your craft. All of these programs are virtual and require registration.
Elements of a Sentence: Building Sentences for Rhetorical Effect October 3, 9 am
Writing Contest Winners Reading October 20, 7 pm
Publishing Options and Opportunities October 21, 6:30 pm
And don't forget our Writers Conference November 12-15!