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|Registration is required for all adult programs. Please call the adult reference desk (248-618-7694), come in, or use our online events calendar to register. All programs are held in the library's Community Room unless otherwise noted.|
*All programs are sponsored in part by the Friends of the Waterford Library*
Poetry Writers' Workshop - every third Thursday of the month
Ask the “Tech Guy”
Saturday, September 13, 2-4pm
Saturday, October 11, 2-4pm
Walk-in computer/technology help. One-on-one assistance with your own device or computer (bring it in with you). Our library computer technician will do his best to troubleshoot your problem, answer your questions, or advise you on what to do. In the Conference Room. Registration required. Please make an appointment for a timeslot on one of these two dates online with our calendar registration system or by calling 248-618-7694.
How to borrow ebooks from the Library – drop-in help sessions
Saturday September 20
10am-11:30am – kindle owners, please come during this time
11:30am-12:30pm – is for iPad, nook, and other device owners
Monday November 3
6:30-7:30pm - kindle owners, please come during this time
7:30-8:30pm - is for iPad, nook, and other device owners
Bring your nook, kindle, ipad or other device, even your laptop, and your questions. If you’ve tried and are having trouble, or if you’ve never done it before, librarians Jean and Lindsay will work with you to help you with checking out and downloading ebooks from the library via our Download Destination site. Held in the Conference Room.
Wednesday, October 8, 3-5pm
Mr. Bob Ramsey, owner of House on the Hill Antiques, will give a presentation on the various gold antiques one may find, and a type of red glass made with gold. Using his 42 years of experience doing appraisals and selling antiques, he will also give one appraisal per attendee if you wish to bring an item with you. He asks that no guns or weapons are brought. Registration is required so please call the library at 248-618-7693.
Dollars for College
Sheryl E. Krasnow, from College and Career Counseling Associates, advises parents and students in these 3 seminars in the library's Community Room.
$$$$ Financial Education Series $$$$
We have arranged a series of experiential workshops on Personal Finance. Unlike seminars from Insurance or Investment companies, these workshops will adhere to the Fiduciary Standard. They are designed to be experiential and a true educational experience with NO SALES AGENDA.
Estate Planning: do you really need a trust; learn your other options to avoid probate
Income Tax Planning: it’s gotten more complex; learn about the different strategies
Managing your 401k: which funds; how much; when do you change
Budgeting: budgeting, like life, is full of trade-offs. Learn methods and ideas on how to make economics work for you
Retirement Planning: it’s a numbers game, learn the rules; put it on paper
Afternoon Book Discussion Group - Join our Afternoon Book Discussion Group. We meet at 1pm, the third Monday of each month in the library Community Rm. Refreshments provided. Call (248) 618-7693 to register or request a copy of the book.
Evening Book Discussion Group - Discussions are every second Tuesday of each month in the library Conference Room at 7:00 p.m. Please register at the Adult Reference Desk and let us know if you need a copy of the book. (248) 618-7693
Waterford Genealogical Society Meetings are held at the library.
The Adult Services Department may be reached by phone at 248.618.7693 or 248.618.7694.