This is a positive interactive workshop, focusing on a set of specific actions job seekers can take to significantly improve the effectiveness of their job search strategy. A variety of valuable resources will be shared and discussed throughout the workshop. Participants can evaluate and implement strategies that will work best for them. This is an informative PowerPoint presentation and handouts will be made available to all who attend. This free program will be held in the Community Room of the library. Registration is required.
The AARP DEFENSIVE DRIVING COURSE will be offered in one session, Friday, September 28, 2018 from 10:00AM – 4:30PM. Successful completion of this class will remove up to 4 points from your driving record, entitles you to an insurance discount, and make you a better driver. Registration must be done in person. There is a fee of $20.00 per person for AARP Members and $25.00 per person for non-AARP Members at the time of registration, checks or money orders payable to AARP. If you are an AARP Member, you must present your AARP Membership Card at the time of registration. Hempstead Village residents may register starting on Monday, September 17th. Non-residents may register beginning Monday, September 24th. PLEASE CALL AHEAD TO VERIFY THAT SPACE IS AVAILABLE! Class size is limited. Bring lunch or a snack. The class will meet in the Community Room. For more information, please call the Library at 481 – 6990.
Originally from Buenos Aires, Argentina, the talented Cecilia ?will perform Latin Contemporary, Latin Dance, Latin Folk genres and Bossa Nova, while switching between vocals, flute & sax. This free concert is perfect for the entire family!
The Internet is an amazing and helpful tool with any research needs. However, it can also seem overwhelming with the millions of websites out there. This workshop will teach participants where to go online to find out concrete and credible career information on careers, industries, companies and related college and training programs.
The program will be held in the Community Room. Registration is required for this free program.
This program centers on moving beyond ethnicity and focuses instead on DNA matches to further your family research. We will discuss what tools AncestryDNA offers, how they work, and what you can do to maximize your results.
If you are motivated to improve your financial situation, then this is the workshop for you! The presentation will cover personal finance tips and ways to reduce your income tax, plus spending control and retirement planning.
Learn how to be a host with the most this holiday season! Whether you’re presenting an intimate dinner party or a larger family gathering, Chef Sheridan will have recipes and tips on the most delectable holiday treats that everyone will enjoy!
If you were born between 1946 and 1964, the baby boom years, and are finding it increasingly difficult to land an interview, let alone a job, you are encountering the reality of ageism, the most subtle form of job discrimination. This seminar provides you with twenty timely tips on how to position yourself in the marketplace, compete with recent college graduates, prepare a contemporary resume, sit for an interview with a person most likely one to three decades younger than yourself, and ultimately, land a dream job. Topics include getting around age discrimination, changing negatives into positives, maintaining energy and enthusiasm, and remaining confident no matter how lengthy the job search.
This program will be held in the Community Room. Registration is required for this free program.