From crafting to basic finances, gardens to sending email, you can find entertainment, learn new skills, and gain knowledge at Kent County Public Library this month.
Crafting for Grownups: Create-a-Card
Saturday, April 2nd | 11am | North County branch
Put spring in someone’s heart (and mailbox) with a one-of-a-kind card made by YOU! Bring your creativity to this FREE crafting program for grownups and teens. Registration required.
Greener Gardens: One Step at a Time
Wednesday, April 6th | 5:30pm | Chestertown branch
Creating a greener garden does not have to involve life-altering changes. In this talk, horticulturalist and author Barbara Ellis will discuss a range of options—from simple steps to ambitious projects—that gardeners and homeowners can take to create sustainable gardens and landscapes that are beautiful and healthy for humans, wildlife, pets, and the environment.
Strengthen Your Finances Workshops
Saturday, April 16th
Workshops presented by Dr. Melissa Welsh from the University of Maryland Extension. Sign up for individual topics or complete the whole series. Registration required.
ID Theft & Privacy Prevention
Examine how to take preventive steps to secure your personal information along with how to identify potential consumer scams. Attendees will develop ID theft prevention knowledge and create a personal theft report plan. 10:30am | Rock Hall branch
Develop a personal financial plan for becoming a responsible spender and saver. Interactive activities will encourage attendees to examine how they spend money, identify risky spending habits, and determine small steps to start saving for a balanced personal budget. 1pm | Chestertown branch
Computer Connections: Intro to Email
Thursday, April 21 | 10am | Chestertown branch
Learn the basics of using email in everyday life. We will cover helpful tips for composing and sending emails, managing your email account, replying to emails, and how to tell if an email is untrustworthy. Registration required.
For more information or to register, visit kentcountylibrary.org or call 410.778.3636.