Looking for timely, authoritative information to learn more or make choices about insurance? Our librarians have created an Affordable Care Act Resources page with links to various national and local organizations to help you find answers to your questions!
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Spots are quickly filling up for the free program by Joe “the Coupon Guy” Daugirdas on Wednesday, July 24 at 7:00 pm.
The Coupon Guy has taught thousands of people across Ohio on how to save money. Learn how to consistently save 70% and more grocery shopping and 90% and more on toiletry shopping. Find out how to save money on utlilities, travel, restaurants, gas, cell phones, prescriptions, and much more. Learn the secrets of extreme couponers. Find out new ways to save money. Reduce your financial anxiety by finding ways to psychologically change your spending habits and getting your financial health back in order.
Joe can be seen on Good Morning Cleveland on Channel 5 ABC every Saturday and heard on WELW 1330 AM radio every Wednesday going over the deals of the week. He’s also appeared on NBC, CBS, FOX, WTAM, many radio programs, and featured in many newspaper articles. His web-site can be found at http://www.joethecouponguy.com/.
Stop by the Information Desk or call to reserve your spot for this hot program!
Enjoy a free concert by the Sarata & Lempner Duo on Sunday, June 23, from 2 – 3. Adam Sarata on guitar and Tom Lempner on saxophone delight audiences with a mix of swing, bossa, jazz standards, and even classical compositions.
Adam is a guitar instructor at the University of Mount Union, Ashland University, and the Community Music School of the Oberlin Conservatory of Music. He has released three classical guitar recordings, Guitar
Tom serves on the music faculty at Cleveland State University, Kent State University (Geauga campus), Western Reserve Academy, and Lorain County Community College. He is also a full-time Music Therapist working at both a center for autism and a day treatment center. at Akron, Cavata, and Sul Tasto, as he has also written articles published in Soundboard Magazine and Basically Bohlen.
No registration is required. For more information, contact the Information Desk at 330.673.4414.
Photographs by three Kent Roosevelt High School Seniors will be on display at the Library through the end of May. Anika Aberegg, Libby Bradford, and Audrey Coyne are students in Mike McClure’s Photography 3 class.
Coyne says that her collection shows off her best work, but also places to which she has a strong connection: her own backyard, downtown Kent, and Italy, where she traveled a year ago. Coyne will study photojournalism at the E. W. Scripps School of Journalism at Ohio University this fall.
A trip to Nicaragua inspired Aberegg’s collection. She says that she was particularly interested in taking photos of the people she met while on a teaching trip there, and she hopes that her audience will be able to relate to the faces in the photos. Aberegg will attend Ursuline College this fall and study special and elementary education.
Bradford also chose her best work for her collection, and notes that it reflects her love of nature and the outdoors. She approaches her subjects from unusual or unexpected angles in order to provide a unique perspective. Bradford will also attend the Scripps School of Journalism at OU this fall. More photos.