Here’s what’s happening in your local libraries.

Summer Reading Programs
Mark your calendar for the upcoming Summer Reading Program sign-ups at your local library. This summer’s reading program called ‘Fizz, Boom, Read!’ will inspire kids to read all summer long and includes lots of fun activities, special guests and more.

Sign up next Saturday, May 17th at these following branches:

The Main Library
Bethesda Branch
The Fairview Branch
The Leiper’s Fork Branch (ice-cream kick off!)

Registration for the Brentwood Summer Reading Program will be May 16th. Brentwood offers Summer Reading programs for children, teens and even adults.

At the Main Library
1314 Columbia Ave

How to Deliver Effective Business Presentations
Saturday, May 10th
Check out this free management fundamentals seminar led by Sal Cannata. This program is for people who want to become better managers or who want to become better able to manage their careers. This seminar will help participants organize, prepare and deliver business presentations.

Friends of Leiper’s Fork Public Library Bake Sale
The 6th Annual Muffins & More for Mom Bake Sale sponsored by Friends of Leiper’s Fork Library will be held from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. on May 10 at the Natchez House at the intersection of Old Hillsboro Road (Highway 46) and Old Highway 96.

At the Brentwood Library
8109 Concord Road

6 Steps to Secure Your Retirement
Thurs, May 15th
In this free seminar, learn what you can do to have a plan for a long secure retirement standard of living and quality of life. This seminar will be presented by Joseph G. Budd, CFP, ChFC and will take place in the Fall Room.

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