Love Your Life Non-Fiction Book Club

Mating in Captivity:
Reconciling the erotic + the domestic, by Esther Perel
Facilitated by Harlene Goldschmidt, PhD
Maplewood Library’s non-fiction book club was created to help women feel good about themselves; to cope with challenging situations; and to feel more in charge of their lives. The club meets once a month for discussions facilitated by local professionals and a list of related resources will be provided . Even if you don’t read the month’s selection, you are welcome to attend!
Wednesday, March 10, 7:00 pm at Main Library
Books may be borrowed from the library or purchased at a discount from Words Bookstore.

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SCORE Business Program

How to Start and Manage Your Own Business
Starting your own business is the dream of many Americans. It can provide personal independence, great job satisfaction and, in many cases, financial independence.Vic Gomperts, a lawyer and retired VP of Finance for Verizon, will discuss the right ways to start a business, and the five steps you should take to make your business successful. Don't miss the chance to jumpstart your new business career!
Tuesday, March 9, 6:30 pm at Hilton Branch
Free and open to the public. Registration recommended. Email PROGRAMS@maplewoodlibrary.org
Provided by SCORE, a resource partner of the U.S. Small Business Administration.

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Intermediate Computer Classes

Drop-In Computer Classes
Adult computer users who would like to go beyond the basics may drop in at the Hilton Branch on Tuesdays at pm for lessons tailored to their interests. Attendees must know how to use a mouse and keyboard. This is a drop-in class. No reservations will be taken.
Tuesdays March 9, 16 and 23, 1-2 pm at Hilton Branch.
For more information, call Timur Davis at 973-762-1622, ext. 5001

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M/SO Professionals in Transition

Unemployed? Looking for new career opportunities?
Network with other professionals for support and a forum for sharing ideas and leads for people who are seeking new employment. Guest speakers have included human resource, coaching, psychology and social media experts.
EMPLOYERS: if you are looking to hire, you are invited to the meeting to talk about your job opportunities.
Mondays at Main Library 10:15-11:30
March 8 & 22, April 5 & 19, May 3 & 17, June 7 & 21