How to Adult

Adulting is hard. I say this as a person who has been known to adult occasionally in the past. Given a choice, I’d rather be an 8-year-old over a grown-up any day. (But not a 7-year-old. Seven was a tough year.)

But, there’s hope! Adulting is much easier if you have the right tools. And, lucky for you, we have the tools you need!

Introducing…  ADULTING 101

programs for teens in grades 9–12 (with adults welcome, too)!

Our first event will be Money SMART for Teens on Thursday, April 27 from 6:30–8 p.m. Diana Sorescu of Bolingbrook Bank and Trust will answer questions that you might have about opening a bank account, how to use a checking or savings account, how to establish and keep good credit and more!

Register now!

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Tara

2 thoughts on “How to Adult

  1. Julie Johnston Nelson says:

    Are these programs only open to Fountaindale library cardholders? My daughters & I live in Naperville & are cardholders to the Naperville library, but not Bolingbrook. I wasn’t sure if the programs are open to other local library cardholders. Thank you.

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