Tuesday, October 21, 6 PM
If you are a small business owner, entrepreneur or contract worker you may be confused about changes in our health care system. Learn how to navigate the Affordable Care Act and how it may impact small businesses and entrepreneurs.
1) Open enrollment periods
2) Qualifying for subsidies
3) Compliance requirements for small businesses
Attendees that will benefit from this program include:
1) Small businesses with three or more employees
2) Businesses that have employees retiring or turning 65
3) Employers that would like to learn more about the Affordable Care Act (aka, Obama Care)
Maribeth Fencl is a licensed insurance broker certified to work with Affordable Care Act plans and assist businesses and people in qualifying for subsidies. She partners with multiple carriers like BCBS, Humana, AARP, and other Affordable Care Act Plans. Education on our new health care plan requirements provides knowledge and peace of mind in choosing the right individual health plans for you and your family, as well as your employees.
October 25 at 2:00pm
Sweets & a Mystery....just in time for Halloween! Mystery writer Annie Hansen will discuss and sell "Give Me Chocolate: A Kelly Clark Mystery". "In the quaint river town of Geneva, Illinois, Kelly Clark comes home to re-start her life after a horrific divorce. She settles into the apartment above Chocolate Love, her sister’s specialty dessert shop in the Historic District of Geneva. Things start to look up when she re-connects with an old flame, Jack. Just when it looks like she is getting her life on track, she stumbles over a dead body in the kitchen of Chocolate Love. Has her violent past followed her home to Geneva?" Cupcakes will be served! Don't miss the next Kelly Clark Mystery due out in November: "Bean in Love".
Birth - preschool
Register in Youth Services.
We have a new ongoing reading program! Challenge yourself to share 1000 books with your child before he or she reaches kindergarten. For every 100 books you share, your child will earn a free book or an exciting incentive!
School Year Reading Club Grades K - 8
Tuesday, September 2, 2014 through Sunday, April 26, 2015
Register in Youth Services.
Sign up and earn free paperback books and embroidered patches, stickers, or other prizes! This is an independent, self-paced program. We provide a book log – you track your reading progress!
Wondering what to read next but the Library isn't open to ask your favorite Helen Plum Librarian?
Our library catalog has been enhanced with information from NoveList Select and Goodreads to include other titles and authors you might like, along with a link to tell you why.
So if you liked Congratulations, by the way: Some Thoughts on Kindness, just enter that title in the catalog search box. Look at the result, scroll down and you will find:
Want to know more about what the catalog offers? Just take a look here.