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Are you turning 65? Do you need to make changes to your Medicare plan?
We've got you covered!
Join us for a discussion on the Medicare Open Enrollment period, hosted by Toni Schaller, a licensed insurance agent with United Healthcare and AARP. Learn about all of the things you can accomplish during the Open Enrollment period and what options might be best for you.
Please register below if you're interested in attending.
Let's be honest. Medicare is complicated.
Luckily we have experts who can help!
Toni Schaller, a licensed insurance agent with United Healthcare and AARP, will offer an overview of the Medicare program, including information on each of the parts of Medicare, some options for extra coverage, and how agents like her can help.
If you're interested in learning more about this vital government health insurance coverage, please register below.
Join us either virtually from the comfort of your own home or in person from the Community Room in the library to learn about Employee Rights in the Workplace from the Community Outreach and Resource Planning Specialist of the U.S. Department of Labor Wage and Hour Division in Wilkes-Barre.
Francesca de Roca will begin with a presentation, which will detail the individual's rights in the workplace, followed by a question and answer period. Bring your questions, and she will do her best to answer them, general or specific.
Join us for an informative Medicare session: learn how and when to enroll, various Medicare Health Plan Coverage options and what to consider when selecting what's right for you. We will also discuss Prescription Drug Plans and answer your questions.
Presented by Lehigh Heritage Museum, join us for this program that tells the story of Rosie the Riveter, the iconic symbol of WWII women war workers. During the war, our nation turned all its manufacturing resources to wartime production. The image of Rosie the Riveter was created to attract a relatively untapped labor source - women. Rosie the Riveter still symbolizes women's strength, determination, and ability to adapt to any job or situation.
This month's topic - Siblings who Kill
This month's meeting will be in person at the library. If you can't be present, we will also have a zoom link set up so that you can participate in the discussion. A discussion group for people interested in discussing serial killers, cold cases, cults and disappearances. It is a true crime club that is to die for. DISCLAIMER: An hour to kill is a true crime discussion club.
Join us on zoom to learn about your rights in the workplace. Meeting will be lead by Deangelo Aboutanos, Wage and Hour Investigator, from U.S. Department of Labor. Registration Required.
Ages 5 and up
Learn more about owls!
Will be outdoors as weather permits. Registration is required for this program.
Learn about our new eBook platform cloudLibrary! Our Library will make the switch from Overdrive to cloudLibrary on June 23.
Bring your device into the library to get hands on instruction on how to download the app, log in, and search for eBooks and eAudios.