You’re never too young or too old to learn money management, so we’re hosting a pair of programs to help people make sense of their cents.
First, children (ages four to eight) can learn about saving and spending during the Money Matters for Kids program at 7 p.m. on Monday, April 12. This online program pairs fun and fiscal sense. Once families register, they can pick up their Money Matters kits from the Children’s Department at our Main Branch. Then, the kids can join us on Zoom for a fun evening of games, prizes, and decorating piggy banks.
Next, teens and adults can get advice on how to improve their finances – even in uncertain times – during a program at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, April 22. Michael Zawatsky from the Society for Financial Awareness will discuss debt management, investment principles, and overcoming financial challenges.
Both of our programs are free to attend and will be hosted via Zoom. You need to register to receive the Zoom link. You can sign up on our website or by calling us at (440) 255-8811.
By the way, we have hundreds of books and documentaries about money and finances that you can borrow for free. That’s a pretty good use of your money too.
Finally, we hosted a pair of talks from Financial Coach Steve Leskovec from Western Reserve Consulting last year. Both are available to watch on our YouTube channel: