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Financial Literacy at the Library: Financial Recovery After a Setback
Come to the Newton Free Library to join Julie Soforenko, Community Outreach Coordinator for American Consumer Credit Counseling, for the final installment FDIC Money Smart series program. Money Smart is a comprehensive curriculum designed to build financial knowledge and establish positive banking relationships.
The presentation, titled Financial Recovery, will focus on how to recover financially and rebuild your credit after a financial setback. Topics will include evaluating your current financial situation; developing and implementing a financial recovery plan; and guarding against credit repair scams.
In celebration of the conclusion of the Money Smart series Whole Foods Market will be providing light refreshments.
More About Newton Free Library
The three-floor Newton Free Library offers an extensive collection of both print and non-print material including books, music scores, magazines, newspapers, audio CDs and movies. It is a popular place for locals to not only relax with a book, but also to study and work using the wireless Internet access and computer lab, which offers printing services.
Aside from Internet and computer access, library patrons can also use individual study rooms and study desks as well as larger meeting rooms.
Art exhibits are located throughout the library and a gallery on the main floor features monthly collections by regional artists.
The Newton Free Library is a one-mile walk from the Newton Center and Newton Highlands MBTA stops (green line, D branch) as well as the Newtonville MBTA Commuter Rail station (purple line, Framingham/Worcester line). The #59 bus also stops nearby at the corner of Homer Street and Walnut Street.