Adult Classes and Programs

Adult Spring Programs 2018

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March - May 2018

Books & Book Talks || Community Topics || Arts & Crafts || Food Fitness Health || Music || Citizenship & Language Learning || Computer and Online Resources || Genealogy & History || Personal Finance || Resume Help || Small Business

Books & Book Talks

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Chappaquiddick: Pulling Back the Cloak of the Cover-Up with Author Donald Nelson

Tuesday, March 13 @ 6:30 - 7:30 pm  

Tuesday, March 20 @ 6:30 - 7:30 pm *New time due to weather*
Fiction Area, Main Library

  Author Donald F. Nelson will discuss his latest book Chappaquiddick Tragedy: Kennedy's Second Passenger Revealed, an account of what happened on the night Senator Ted Kennedy had the most famous automobile accident in history. All conclusions are supported by published facts of that time. Book signing to follow. Donald F. Nelson received a PhD in physics from the University of Michigan in 1959 and spent nearly three decades in basic laser and solid state physics research at Bell Laboratories in Murray Hill, N.J., with interludes of teaching at the U of M, Southern Cal, and Princeton. Upon retirement he became professor of physics at Worcester Polytechnic Institute for ten years. This is his third book.

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Stop Lecturing and Start Living! Author Event with Vicki Hoefle

Saturday, April 7 @ 2:00 - 3:30 pm
Fiction Area, Main Library

  Raising a child? Learn how to raise capable and responsible kids without nagging, threatening, and bribing your child on a daily basis. Book signing to follow. Vicki Hoefle, author, parenting coach, and speaker shares her parenting tips and techniques. She is the author of Duct Tape Parenting, The Straight Talk on Parenting and Parenting as Partners. An East coast native, she now lives in Petaluma, CA.

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From Habitants to Immigrants: Franco-American Settlement in Central Massachusetts

Tuesday, May 5 @ 6:30 - 8:30 pm
Saxe Room, Main Branch

  Jacqueline Lessard Finn, local author of newly published From Habitants to Immigrants, and Leslie Choquette, Director of the French Institute at Assumption College will be presenting. Book signing to follow.

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Let’s Read About Worcester Book Discussion

Saturday, April 14 and May 12 @ 2:30 - 3:30 pm
3rd Floor, Local History Area, Main Branch

  Please join our ongoing book discussion group focused on books set in Worcester County. Copies of the books will be provided.

4/14: Once Told Tales of Worcester County by well-known Worcester historian and columnist Al Southwick.

5/12: Our Beloved Kin: A New History of King Philip’s War by Lisa Brooks. Cheryll Toney Holley, Chief of the Hassanimisco Band of the Nipmuc Nation of Central Massachusetts will participate.

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Worcester Writers Group

Wednesdays @ 7:00 - 8:30 pm
Talking Books Library Room, Main Branch

  Are words your passion? Worcester Writer’s Group may be of interest to you. Read more at http://www.meetup.com/writers-858/

Community Topics

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20-30 Somethings Worcester Living Meetup

April 18 , May 16 @ 7:00 - 8:30 pm
Saxe Room, Main Branch

  Calling all 20-30 somethings in Worcester looking to make the most out of your early adulthood. If you are looking to meet new friends, play games, enjoy conversation, and hone those life skills, then join 20-30 Somethings Worcester Living Meetup. We will have a fun and exciting event on the third Wednesday of every month.

Find us here: www.meetup.com/20-30-Somethings-Worcester-Living-Meetup/

Kickoff event on March 18:  Join us as we Skype with author Andy Boyle, who will discuss his book, Adulthood for Beginners: All the Life Secrets Nobody Bothered to Tell You, meet new people, and enjoy some snacks! Want to read the book before our event? Find the book in the Worcester Public Library's catalog or ask a librarian! Andy Boyle is a comedian, and Internet maker. He lives in Chicago with his way-too-fluffy cat, Tiberius.

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Hacking FOIA: Learn How to Open Government with Public Records

Wednesday, March 14 @ 6:00 - 8:00 pm
Saxe Room, Main Branch

  Ever wish that you could tap into government databases yourself? Thanks to the Freedom of Information Act and public records laws in every state, you can. Join us for this Freedom of Information event to learn more about how to use public records, and get your questions answered about how to make the most of these important laws. The session will include both an overview of the law and advanced techniques. The session will be led by Beryl Lipton, Senior Reporter at FOIA non-profit MuckRock, which has helped pry out millions of pages out of government agencies with over 30,000 FOIA requests.

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CORI Sealing Workshops with EPOCA (Ex-Prisoners and Prisoners Organizing for Community Advancement)

Tuesdays, March 27, April 24, May 22 @ 1:00 - 2:00 pm
Banx Room, Main Branch

  Learn how to seal your CORI and make the most of your job search.

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Legal Assistance with Community Legal Aid's CORI and Re-Entry Project

Tuesdays, March 13, April 17, May 8 @ 2:30 - 4:00 pm
2nd Floor, Main Branch

  Materials about CORI sealing will be available, as well as guidance from an attorney for those interested in discussing legal reentry barriers, such as issues with housing, employment, or a driver’s license because of CORI.

Arts & Crafts

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Basic Drawing Class with Helen Downey

Saturdays, March 17, 24, April 14, 21, 28 @ 2:00 - 4:00 pm
Saxe Room, Main Branch

  Learn the basics of drawing with renowned local instructor Helen Downey! Each class is a standalone session and requires registration. Supplies will be provided. Learning to See: Perceiving the edges and the spaces in between Creating Values with Still Life: Lighting, shading, volume, and mark making Perspective: Creating 3D space on a 2D surface Figure Drawing Body proportions and gesture drawing Portraiture: Facial proportions and expressions Helen Downey teaches at the Worcester Art Museum and is retired from the Marlborough Public Schools. She served as the Chairperson for Youth Art Month 2018 in Boston for the Massachusetts Art Education Association. This program is supported in part by a grant from the Worcester Cultural Council, a local agency which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.

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DIY Crafts for Adults

Wednesdays @ 3:00 - 4:00 pm
Banx Room, Main Branch

  We provide the materials, you provide the creativity. Drop in to try our craft ideas, bring your own crafts to work on, or just drop in to say hi to our crafting community! Upcoming upcycled crafts may include quilling fun, CD case stained glass, string art, paper basket and jewelry making 101! Craft sessions run for two weeks, while supplies last. For ages 16 and up.

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Knitting Circle

Thursdays, March - May @ 3:00 - 4:00 pm
Food for Thought Cafe, Main Branch

  Knit along with us on a themed project, knit for charity, or feel free to bring something you are working on already! Knitters of all skill levels and other needlecraft enthusiasts are welcome to join us. Bring your own supplies. Check online calendar for supplies needed to knit along. If you want to learn to knit, bring the following supplies: size 7 or 8 straight knitting needles and a skein of worsted weight yarn.
Themed Projects:
March Beads
April Toys
May T-shirt/Plastic bag yarn

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Basic Hand Sewing

2nd Thursday of the month, March - May @ 3:00 - 4:00 pm
Food for Thought Cafe, Main Branch

  Learn the basics of practical hand sewing with an experienced sewing teacher. No previous knowledge needed. Supplies provided.

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Fascinators and Tea! Celebrate the Royal Wedding

Saturday, May 5 @ 3:00 - 4:30 pm
Saxe Room, Main Branch

  The Royal Public Librarians of Worcester request the honor of your presence at our Royal Tea Party in celebration of the upcoming British Royal Wedding! Make your own fascinator, test your knowledge of British royalty trivia, and enjoy tea and treats! Tea Party attire optional and you are welcome to bring your favorite tea cup. Ages 16+.

Food, Fitness, Health

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Fresh Whole-Food Soups with Colin McCullough

Saturday, March 24 @ 2:00 - 3:30 pm
Saxe Room, Main Branch

  Use fresh, whole-food ingredients to make delicious, heart-healthy soups--ditch the cans of soup and learn how much healthier and tastier fresh soups can be! Come learn how to make Fragrant Coconut Soup, Lebanese Red Lentil Soup, Creamy Tomato Soup, and Broccoli Cheezy Soup.

March 24 Register

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Making Healthy Food Choices for People Living with Diabetes

Saturday, March 24 @ 3:45 - 4:45 pm
Saxe Room, Main Branch

  If you or someone you care for has diabetes, then you know how important it is to eat the right foods. A Certified Diabetes Educator from the American Diabetes Association will provide you with examples of good carbohydrates, portion control, plate method, glycemic index, appropriate healthy food choices, and how to maintain a daily food log.

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Breakfast Smoothies that Taste Like Dessert with Colin McCullough

Saturday, April 21 @ 2:00 - 3:30 pm
Saxe Room, Main Branch

  Why not have dessert for breakfast? In this class, learn how to make delicious whole-food smoothies that taste like dessert but are great for your health! Recipes for the class include Carrot Cake Smoothie, Key Lime Pie Smoothie, Orange Creamsicle Smoothie, Chocolate Power Smoothie, plus how to make fresh almond milk.

April 21 Register

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Tea Party Appetizers with Chef Kim Youkstetter

Saturday, May 5 @ 12:00 - 2:00 pm
Saxe Room, Main Branch

  Appetizers fit for royalty! Chef Youkstetter will share recipes and ideas for appetizers that are truly “royal”. In honor of the royal wedding, we will create and sample different types of sweet and savory bites that are not only beautiful, but easy to recreate at home. This class will provide samples, recipes and a chance to make and take some creations.

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Guided Relaxation

Tuesdays, March 6 & 20, April 3 & 17, May 1 & 15 @ 3:00 - 4:00 pm
Banx Room, Main Branch

  Join us for one hour of full-body relaxation during which you will be guided into a deep meditative state between waking and sleeping by a certified yoga instructor. Bring Your Own Mat.

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Zumba

Saturdays, March 10 - May 19 (except March 24) @ 10:00 - 11:00 am
Banx Room, Main Branch

  Zumba classes are for ages 12 and older. Wearing work-out clothes and sneakers is recommended. And remember to bring water! Zumba is an hour-long, high energy, calorie-burning fitness class that uses pop and Latin music to create a dance-party atmosphere. Low-intensity and high-intensity moves are easy to follow for all level participants who can set their own pace. It is an effective and fun cardio workout that melts fat, strengthens core, and improves flexibility. Please register below or by calling 508-799-1655 x3. Alina Khaspekov is a certified Zumba instructor with over 3 years experience teaching Zumba and Zumba Tone classes. She loves music, dancing, and seeing smiling faces after each class!

Music

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A Musical Taste of Irish Culture

Saturday, March 10 @ 2:00 - 3:30 pm
Saxe Room, Main Branch

  Discover Irish culture during this live musical performance by Tim Loftus. Through traditional tunes, stories, and slide presentations, he'll shed the shillelagh Irish of green beer, fake accents, and leprechauns to reveal some real Irish culture. Tim will be accompanied by Norah Garvey, Irish step-dancer. During his performance you’ll also discover how the banjo, a traditional African instrument, became so popular in traditional Irish bands; what the connection is between the Native American Choctaws and the Irish potato famine of the 1840s; and learn about the blind Irish harpist Turlough O"Carolan's tune Si Bheag, Si Mhor, the prettiest tune ever written. Tim is an instrumentalist in the local traditional Irish bands of Banda Gan Anim and The Doolin Lads, and is a frequent guest musician for the Quinebaug Valley Singers and at living assistance communities. During the day Tim is an environmental chemist. He resides in North Oxford with his rosemary plant. 

 

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Crowes Pasture Band

Saturday, May 19 @ 2:00 - 4:00 pm
Saxe Room, Main Branch

  Crowes Pasture is the acoustic duo of Monique Byrne and Andy Rogovin. Based in Boston, the duo brings leather and lace harmonies to classic and contemporary folk music in a style that draws from old-time, folk and bluegrass traditions. Performing on guitar and banjo, they draw inspiration from both traditional folk storytellers like Woody Guthrie and Bob Dylan and icons of vocal harmony like the Carter Family and Simon & Garfunkel. Their music invites comparisons with the likes of The Civil Wars, Gillian Welch/David Rawlings, The Milk Carton Kids, The Jayhawks and Ian & Sylvia. The duo released their second album, Edge of America, in October of 2017.

Citizenship & Language Learning

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Naturalization Ceremony

April 12@ 11:00 am
Fiction Area, Main Branch

  Come to witness and celebrate New Americans as about 60 new citizens are administered the Oath of Allegiance right here in the library!

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Find an English Class

Tuesdays @ 12:00 - 5:00 pm
New Americans Corner, Main Branch

 There are many opportunities to practice and improve your English in Worcester. Come meet with an ESOL Navigator who will help match you with a class that fits your schedule and learning level. No registration required! Walk-ins welcome.

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English Conversation Circle

Tuesdays @ 5:30 - 7:00 pm
Banx Room, Main Branch

  Practice speaking English in a relaxed, comfortable place, and meet new friends as we learn by talking together. 

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Citizenship Classes

Wednesdays @ 5:30 - 7:00 pm
Banx Room, Main Branch

  Covers U.S. Citizenship test material. Participants must be 18 or older and be able to speak and understand English. No registration required.

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Citizenship Application Help

2nd Wednesday of the month @ 5:30 - 6:30 pm
New Americans Corner, Main Branch

  Accredited professionals will help you on your path to citizenship! Ascentria Care Alliance’s Immigration Legal Assistance Program will provide assistance with citizenship applications. No appointment necessary.

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Language Exchange Cafe

Saturdays, March - May @ 9:30 - 10:30 am
Food for Thought Cafe, Main Branch

  Share your language and culture with a new friend and learn about theirs! Participants will pair up to spend half an hour teaching their native language, and then half an hour learning their partner’s. Free and open to all adults.

Computer & Online Resources

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The Internet of Things and Cybersecurity Challenges

Saturday, March 3 @ 1:00 - 2:00 pm
Saxe Room, Main Branch

 The Internet has exploded from your computer onto devices everywhere, including thermostats, lightbulbs, bathroom scales, and digital companions. All these inter-networked devices are known as the Internet of Things (IoT). Unfortunately, the more devices we connect to the Internet, the more potential for cybersecurity and privacy issues. We’ll talk about the inherent risks, and some possible approaches to address these problems. This program is part of the Explore Tech: Engineers Make a World of Difference exhibit at the Worcester Public Library through March 9, 2018.            

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Cryptoparty

March 6 @ 5:30 - 7:00 pm
Saxe Room, Main Branch

  How can we stay safe in an age of hackers and snoops? A Cryptoparty is a grassroots global effort to teach the basics of internet security, including programs such as the Tor network, encryption, and virtual private networks to the general public. At this cryptoparty, we’ll talk about how to encrypt your emails, your text messages, and your internet browsing. Bring your internet device (phone, laptop, tablet) if you have one, or just come and learn. Beginners are encouraged to attend, individuals will be on hand to assist with installing programs, setting up email accounts, and downloading apps. Ages 16 and up welcome!

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The Amazing Things You Can Do With A Google Account

Mar 7, April 4, May 2 @ 7:00 - 8:30 pm
3rd Floor Computer Lab, Main Branch

  A Google account is the key to an amazing suite of Google services – free file storage in the cloud, accessible from anywhere; typing, spreadsheet, drawing, and slideshow programs; an incredibly powerful email account with high-end features for keeping your life organized; and so much more! Come learn about the hidden treasures unlocked by your Google account. Basic computer skills and having a google/Gmail account with a current password are required.

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Next Steps: Intermediate Internet Security

Wednesdays @ 7:00 - 8:30 pm
3rd Floor Computer Lab, Main Branch

  You already know the minimum – how to make a good strong password, and what popups not to click on. But do you know about the latest email scams? How to be safe when using public wifi? The best way to keep track of all your passwords? The 5 things you must NEVER do if you want to keep your phone secure? For those looking for internet security advice beyond the basics, join us for some advanced discussion and advice. Intermediate computer/device knowledge is required, including: installing programs/apps, finding your network settings.

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Online Travel Planning

May 23 @ 6:30 - 7:30 pm
3rd Floor Computer Lab, Main Branch

  Summer’s nearly here and that means it’s time to plan your next vacation! Our online travel resources workshop will teach you how to find good deals and recommendations for a variety of locales. You’ll also learn about a few useful travel apps for when you arrive at your destination. Bon voyage! A working email address and basic knowledge of computers are required.

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Computer & Internet for Beginners

First 4 Fridays of the month @ 9:30 - 10:30 am
3rd Floor Computer Lab, Main Branch

  This class will build your basic computer skills by working with the mouse and keyboard, and by practicing basic computer searches. Sign up at the 2rd floor desk or call 508-799-1655 x3.

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Laboratorio Abierto

Fridays/Viernes @ 11:30 am - 12:30 pm
3rd Floor Lab/Laboratorio de computación

  Para todos lo que necesitan ayuda usando dispositivos electrónicos. Te enseñamos hacer lo que quieres en la computadora (búsquedas, Facebook, correo electrónico, escritura de resume, programas de Microsoft como Word o Excel) o tu teléfono.

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Tech Help

Wednesdays @ 5:30 - 6:30 pm
3rd Floor Computer Lab, Main Branch

  Get extra help with your job applications and Microsoft Word documents. Learn to set up a library or email account, or download eBooks and eAudiobooks.

Genealogy & History

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It’s All Relative: An Introduction to Researching Your Family History at WPL

March 6 @ 5:30 - 7:00 pm
3rd Floor Computer Lab, Main Branch

  This class will provide an overview of the basic steps involved in doing genealogical research, and of the print and electronic resources available to genealogists at the Worcester Public Library. Basic knowledge of computers is required to attend this class.

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Digital Organization for Genealogists

April 3 @ 5:30 - 7:00 pm
3rd FLoor Computer Lab, Main Branch

  This class will cover how to download files and images from all the major genealogy databases offered by our library. We will also be covering how to organize genealogy information using tools like Google Drive and Dropbox, and also tips and tricks like how to set up electronic folder trees and how to use the snipping tool. A working email address and basic knowledge of computers are required.

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An Introduction to the Family History Library and familysearch.org

May 1 @ 5:30 - 7:30 pm
3rd Floor Computer Lab, Main Branch

  This class is designed to introduce participants to the holdings of the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, and to the riches available through the FHL’s growing, changing website, FamilySearch.org. Resources available to FHL affiliate libraries, including WPL, are highlighted. A working email address and basic knowledge of computers are required.

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Introductory Genealogy and Local History Research Assistance

3rd Tuesdays @ 5:30 - 7:30 pm
3rd Floor Desk, Main Branch

  One-hour appointment with Genealogy & Local History librarian. Provide at least one week’s lead time for specific topics to allow librarian sufficient time to prepare.

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History Unfolded: A Holocaust Remembrance Day Program

Tuesday, April 10 @ 4:00 - 5:30 pm
Saxe Room, Main Branch

  What did Americans know about the Holocaust as it was unfolding in the 1930s and 40s? A new initiative at the US Holocaust Memorial Museum called "History Unfolded" asks people across the United States to research local newspaper coverage of key events related to the Holocaust and to add news articles to a growing online database. This winter, students at Clark University participated in this project by investigating newspapers in Worcester and surrounding towns. Their professor, Dr. Rebecca Carter-Chand, will present their findings and discuss the links between local history and global events. Dr. Rebecca Carter-Chand is Visiting Professor of History at the Strassler Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies at Clark University. She received a PhD in History at the University of Toronto in 2016 and is a former fellow at the Mandel Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.

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Massachusetts Society of Genealogists Presents: “Woman’s Work: Grandma Ran a Boarding House and Momma Brewed Beer”

Saturday, March 3 @ 10:00 - 12:00 pm
Banx Room, Main Branch

  Genealogist Charlene Sokal will present “Woman’s Work: Grandma Ran a Boarding House and Momma Brewed Beer” As researchers, we think of our female ancestors as stay-at-home wives and mother. In fact, many women ran their own businesses and worked in mills, factories or offices. This presentation will suggest resources to find information on these women.

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Bryan Farr, “Route 20”

Tuesday, April 10 @ 7:00 - 8:45 pm
Saxe Room, Main Branch

  A visual overview of the history of Route 20. From early native trails, to the railroads, Route 20 was an early concourse for transcontinental travel. An emphasis on nearby locations and a few stories of people met along the highway will be featured.

Personal Finance

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Home Buying Seminar

Saturday, March 3 @ 2:30 - 4:30 pm
Saxe Room, Main Branch

  Learn the important steps of the home buying process that will help to secure your financial future. In this seminar you will learn how to choose a real estate agent who will represent you, the process involved in securing a mortgage and the types of mortgages available, the value of a home inspection, as well the importance of legal representation. Presented by Thomas Davis, realtor with Rick McPhee Real Estate; Gary Premo, Mortgage Broker and Area Sales Manager of the Bank of Canton; and Donna M. Reidy, Esq. of Gould and Ettenberg P.C.; and Michael Gleason of Michael’s Home Inspection. This seminar is for educational purposes only.

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Money Matters

Tuesday, April 24 @ 6:00 - 7:30 pm
3rd Floor Computer Lab, Main Branch

  Take steps to improve your financial life and secure a better future for you and your family. Learn how to manage money by preparing a personal spending plan and identifying ways to decrease spending and increase income. Presented by People’s United Bank. Register below or call 508-799-1655 x3.

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Borrowing Basics

Tuesday, May 22 @ 6:00 - 7:30 pm
3rd Floor Computer Lab, Main Branch

  Learn how credit works, types of credit that are available and if you’re ready to apply for credit. Presented by People’s United Bank. Register below or call 508-799-1655 x3.

Resume Help

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Resume Workout!

Mar 15, April 19, May 17 @ 2:00 - 3:30 pm
3rd Floor Computer Lab, Main Branch

  Whether you’re starting a resume from scratch, or an experienced worker who needs to update yours to the latest trends, this class has you covered. You’ll get advice on gathering your information, what to include (and leave out!), important sections, the look of your resume, and how to customize your resume and cover letter with keywords to get the job you want. Plenty of examples and resources will be provided in handouts. This is not a computer class. Please bring your current resume, if you have one.

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Resume Assistance (One-on-one)

Every Tuesday @ 5:30 and 6:30 pm
2nd Floor Desk, Main Branch

Book a one-hour appointment to review, critique, or begin building a resume and/or cover letter. Bring your existing resume with you.

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Resume & Cover Letter Online Service

  Upload your resume and/or cover letter for review and editing by a certified resume librarian and receive feedback within 10 business days via your email. Submit your request on WPL’s Ask A Librarian page http://www.mywpl.org/?q=article/ask-librarian.

Small Business

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Steps to Starting a Small Business

Tuesday, March 6, April 3, and May 1 @ 1:00 - 2:30 pm
Banx Room, Main Branch

  If you are planning to start a business or are in the early stages of launching one, then this workshop is for you. In this workshop, you will learn to: develop your business ideas and planning; consider your legal structure; discuss choosing a name and entity; learn how to obtain an employer identification number, licenses, permits and insurance. Leave the session with an A-to-Z overview and specific tools and tips that will help you get started quickly. Presented by The Center for Women & Enterprise. Register below or call 508-799-1655 x3.

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Business Plan Basics

Tuesday, March 20, April 17, May 15 @ 1:00 - 2:30 pm
Banx Room, Main Branch

  This workshop provides an overview of writing a business plan. Topics include: why you need to write a business plan, an overview of each section of a business plan, research and writing tips, and resources for help and support. A sample business plan template will be provided to get you started. Presented by The Center for Women & Enterprise. Register below or call 508-799-1655 x3.

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Steps to Starting a Business - City of Worcester

April 25 @ 5:30 - 7:30 pm
Saxe Room, Main Branch

  Peter Dunn, Business Programs Manager of the Executive Office of Economic Development for the city of Worcester, will provide an overview of the 10 recommended steps for starting your business. Register below or call 508-799-1655 x3.

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SCORE Small Business Counseling

Tuesdays @ 4:30 - 8:30 pm
3rd Floor Study Room, Main Branch

  One-hour session with a SCORE counselor for those planning to start a business.

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Small Business, Non-Profit Grant Research, and Personal Investment Resources Assistance

2nd & 4th Tuesdays @ 5:30 - 7:30 pm
2nd Floor Desk, Main Branch

  One-hour appointment with the Business and Grant Resources Librarian. 2nd Floor Desk

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