Managing one’s money is an essential skill in today’s society, and it is best learned from an early age. During April’s spring break week, the Macedon Public Library will feature a series of four talks by financial educator Karen Dean of Reliant Community Federal Credit Union to help young people starting in kindergarten learn how to spend, save, and even donate their money to causes that matter to them.
The age-appropriate material will be presented as follows:
Monday, April 2: for children in kindergarten through second grade
Tuesday, April 3: for children in grades three through five
Thursday, April 5: for children in grades six through eight
Friday, April 6: for teens in high school & adults
The first three sessions will be held at 12 noon; Friday’s talk will be at 1:00 p.m.
A pizza lunch will be provided for all participants, courtesy of funding by the Friends of the Macedon Public Library.
Space is limited for these sessions, and registration is required by calling 315-986-5932, or by adding your child’s name to the sheet at the library. Take advantage of this opportunity for your children to learn valuable skills that will last them for the rest of their lives.