The Easton Public Library will be offering two interesting and educational programs for adults this April. On Sunday April 18, at 2 p.m., Suzanne Solensky will present Climate Activism: Toward a Greener Community and a Greener World. She will review the science and impacts of climate change, and will also discuss solutions, including renewable energy and community-level efforts to respect and preserve the natural environment. Let’s explore the paths toward a greener, healthier, more livable planet for all!
Solensky is an educator, writer, and administrator with a long-standing commitment to mission-driven institutions. After working as a writer, researcher, and editor who specialized in science and health, she has made a career in higher education, whether as an adjunct faculty member or as an academic administrator and advisor. She is also a recently trained leader with the Climate Reality Project (founded by Al Gore). This program was rescheduled from January.
Financial planning can be critical to ensure important considerations are adequately addressed during and after a divorce. Easton resident Emily Boothroyd, JD, CFP, of Price Financial Group, will present Post-Divorce Financial Planning on Thursday, April 22, at 7 p.m. The program will cover setting lifestyle goals and learning how to attain them, the importance of retirement planning, and risk management and insurance.
Registration is required for both programs. Registrants will receive the Zoom link prior to the program. To register, go to https://eastonlibrary.org/calendar-list, or call 203-261-0134.