Teaching “Money Matters” to kids and teens

by beth on October 19, 2021

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The Southborough Library is inviting kids and teens to learn about important financial matters.

Join us for a fun opportunity over Zoom to speak with library staff and a local community bank officer about ways to make initial financial decisions

money matters flyerThis “Money Matters” session will take place on Thursday, October 28th from 5:00 – 5:45 pm. Pre-registration is required, and is limited to 20 participants. (Click here to sign up.)

The flyer promises to cover topics that include:

  • Picking a checking or savings account, what direct deposit is, and whether or not a having a check book “matters.”
  • Connecting with library books and other helpful resources, including a review of Consumer Reports online.
  • Talking with other middle grade and high school students as part of a community conversation about money!

If you have any questions, email Library Assistant Amy Townsley (atownsley@southboroughma.com) or Library Director Ryan Donovan (rdonovan@cwmars.org).

Registration closes on October 27th.

This program was made possible with a Libraries Transforming Communities grant distributed by the American Library Association.

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