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Thinking Money Games

2017-11-15 15:30:00 2017-11-15 16:30:00 America/New_York Thinking Money Games Learning about managing money doesn’t have to hurt! Come join us for a weekly afternoon of games designed to get you thinking about money while you’re having fun. Main Library

Wednesday, November 15
3:30pm - 4:30pm

Add to Calendar 2017-11-15 15:30:00 2017-11-15 16:30:00 America/New_York Thinking Money Games Learning about managing money doesn’t have to hurt! Come join us for a weekly afternoon of games designed to get you thinking about money while you’re having fun. Main Library

Main Library

Teen General Space

Learning about managing money doesn’t have to hurt! Come join us for a weekly afternoon of games designed to get you thinking about money while you’re having fun.

We'll take on budgets, shopping, college financing - all sorts of money topics! And while you're here at Main Library, don't miss the Thinking Money exhibit - it's here to explore, discuss and learn more about how to be financially smart.

AGE GROUP: | Tweens | Teens |

EVENT TYPE: | Teen Program |

Main Library

Phone: 419.259.5200

Hours
Mon, Sep 24 Closed
Tue, Sep 25 Closed
Wed, Sep 26 Closed
Thu, Sep 27 Closed
Fri, Sep 28 Closed
Sat, Sep 29 Closed
Sun, Sep 30 Closed

About the branch

Historic Main Library “Jewel of the Community” – showcases stunning Art Deco design paired with cutting-edge modern architecture. Features include “Vitrolite” glass mosaic murals and a soaring atrium in the Wintergarden. Customers appreciate the
underground parking and the on-site Library Café and Classics Gift Shop.


Main serves customers from downtown, all of Lucas County, and surrounding areas. Customers rely on services from specialized departments such as Local History and Genealogy, Audio Visual, and the Tech
Center which contains 80 public computers. Business Technology supports job seekers, entrepreneurs, businesses, and more. The “Metro” draws teens for gaming activities and college resources, and students benefit from Homework Help in Children’s Library.