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   Wednesday, August 27, 2014
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM
Event Location: Lillian "Dixie" Morton Children's Room
Contact: Gail Nemetz   508-428-5757
Stories, snacks, songs and crafts for all ages. Walk ins welcome!

   Thursday, August 28, 2014
6:00 PM -
Thursday Evening Concert on the Green - Two Cool
Event Location:
Contact: Sue Martin   508-428-5757
Two cool is a duo for voice & guitar that combines the popular music of today with classic standards of the past. Members Eileen Fendler & Steve Gregory formerly of Felonious Funk - a versatile range of musical stylres including; Soul, Pop, Jazz, Latin American, dance and listening music from just about every genre imaginable. 

   Thursday, September 04, 2014
5:30 PM - 7:45 PM
Stitching Tales Crafting Group
Event Location:
Drop-ins Welcome!  For all types of crafters. 

   Saturday, September 06, 2014
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
OVL Shindig
Event Location:
Contact: Sue Martin, Director   508-420-0550
Features: Arts & Crafts Friends of the OVL Book Sale, Jewelry, collectibles and more…Join us and socialize while enjoying the venue and summertime at the Osterville Village Library!

   Thursday, September 18, 2014
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
Stitching Tales Crafting Group
Event Location:

Drop-ins Welcome! For all types of crafters. 

   Tuesday, September 23, 2014
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
Men are Warriors, Women are Worriers When it Comes to Money
Event Location: Main Meeting Room
Contact: Kirby Lee, Adult Services/Reference Librarian   508-428-5757

Women now control 51% of wealth in the US. When it comes to investment advice, it turns out, women and men often want very different things. Men respond well to advisors who brag about performance and investment tactics that will beat the S&P, and how much money they made their clients during the last quarter. Women are different. They aren't all that interested in which investments competed with stock market returns in any given year. What women want is a complete plan that shows how their wealth will provide financial security for the rest of their lives— and their families’ lives. My takeaway? Men can benefit by stepping back from impulse investing, women can afford to get more comfortable taking risks, and advisors might want to pay closer attention to women— they are the financial decision makers now.

Presenter Pam Kruegar is the Executive Producer, Co-Host and Creator of the award-winning MoneyTrack series on public television and author of The MoneyTrack Method: A Real Person’s Guide to Successful Investing (Wiley avail on Amazon). Pam brings her knowledge and can-do attitude to viewers nationwide, educating the public on exactly what works and what doesn’t when it comes to investing. While audiences love Pam for her "girl next door” approach, she is equally respected for her years of experience in both the financial and broadcasting industries. Now she’s developing a brand new way for people to find, vet and connect with financial advisors.  Pam says turns out, men and women are really different in what they want from financial advisors.