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Life Skills Programs

From your health to your money to indulging your creative side, we offer an array of programs for all areas of your life!

 Health and Wellness Series | Make & Take ProgramsFinancial Education Series

Lisa Moran from Priority Partners, a Managed Care Organization from Johns Hopkins Healthcare, LLC, will be on site to discuss hot topics in healthcare.  Ask questions, get free materials and more!  

Register at or call 301-739-3250 x 300.

Tuesday, March 24th, 12pm-1pm: Opioid/Heroin Epidemic and Awareness
Tuesday, April 21st, 6 pm-7 pm:
Childhood Essentials (Preventing ACEs and What is Resiliency)
Tuesday,  May 26th, 12 pm-1 pm:
Nutrition and Obesity
Tuesday,  June 23rd, 6 pm-7 pm:
Diabetes 101

On the second Tuesday of every other monthfrom 6:00 - 8:00 PM, join us to get crafty @ the library!  Create lovely and interesting crafts for yourself or a loved one. Space is limited, please register online or call 301-739-3250 ext. 300. Make & Take programs in 2020 will be held in Feburary, April, August, October, and December.

Tuesday, April 14 @ 6:00 PM - Coffee Filter Flowers - Register here.


Our partner Grow with Google also has an array of Financial Education courses, visit our Online Learning page for a list of their offerings.


Plus, check out the following helpful links:

From the Financial Literacy & Education Commission, take money quizzes, learn about spending, saving, investing and more.

The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation offers credible links and education on financial topics.

The National Endowment for Financial Education is a private, nonprofit,  national foundation offering financial education to all levels of  learners.

Smart About Money offers free online courses to help you get smarter about about money! The courses are done at your own pace on your own schedule. Courses include Money Basics, My Earning Plan, My Emergency Fund Plan.


Take a look at our upcoming Technology classes @ The Library!