1. New seniors have goals they want to accomplish. They have a clear sense of what they want to do and learn. The Library plays a key part in helping seniors learn new skills or gain new knowledge through programs like Tech Classes, Estate Planning and more. On May 13, the Library will hold a seminar on protecting assets as people age, followed by a Senior Resource Fair showcasing non-profits that serve seniors.
2. New seniors spend time with other who share common interests. Library book discussions, knitting and genealogy groups are popular opportunities for seniors to meet new people who share their passions. The Library offers these opportunities monthly as an ongoing way for seniors to connect.