Women face unique retirement challenges. Learn strategies to help. Maximize income from IRAs, 401(k)s and other retirement plans. Make the most of your social security benefits. The program is presented by Burns Financial. No registration is required.
The downtown Findlay Halloween parade will be held this year on October 28 at 7:00 p.m. Watch for the Ghostbuster's representing the Findlay-Hancock County Public Library!
You have probably heard of the man in the moon since childhood, but are you aware of the fact there are other things that inhabit our nearest neighbor? The title of this talk is "Finding the Lady in the Moon" and after attending the program, you will never look at the moon in the same way again. Come and spend an evening with an astronomer.
Senior Advocate Fraud Education educates caregivers, social workers, seniors, and their families about frauds and scams targeting older adults. In an effort to build a working knowledge this program educates which scams target older adults, avoiding insurance fraud, practicing safe investing, managing utility bills and preventing scams, fighting back against identity theft, avoiding credit and debit card fraud, etc.
In honor of Family History month, Findlay-Hancock County Public Library will hold a program about FamilySearch, a computer database containing millions of genealogical records. Basic tips and advice about using this database will be presented by library staff member Justin Crawfis. Children are welcome to attend if accompanied by a parent of guardian. Registration is not required.