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Adults: Special Programs and Guest Speakers

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Saturday March 16th at 1pm

"Simplify Your Spending & Saving Strategies" with Rachel Ackerson from Edward Jones Financial

  • Setting personal financial goals
  • Balancing saving, spending and borrowing to achieve goals
  • Strategies for controlling debt and improving credit scores
  • Practical savings options for now through retirement

 

 

 

9-10am              NBPL                 April 4th 2019           Savings & Investing    

6:30-7:30pm      NBPL                April 11th 2019          Money Management

9-10am               NBPL                April 17th 2019          Credit

6:30-7:30pm       WCC               April 25th 2019           Financial Services

 

 

The Arts

Concerts & Performances

Nick Lawson (Teacher/ Director) hails from Santa Cruz, CA. He received his BFA from Chapman
University in Orange County, CA and his MFA from the Alabama Shakespeare Festival in
Montgomery, Al. As a performer, Nick has performed theatre on both coasts, specializing in
Shakespeare.
Local Credits include: Miss Bennett: Christmas at Pemberley (Darcy), A Doll’s
House
(Torvald) for The Classic Theatre San Antonio; A Few Good Men (Lt. Daniel Kaffee)
TexArts;
The Merry Wives of Windsor (Ford) and Winter’s Tale (Autolycus) Austin Shakespeare.
Other credits:
As The World Turns and the web series the ‘Bar’… (thebarseries.com). He was a
founding member of the Bama Theatre Company in New York and now teaches acting at Texas
State University.

Texas State Shakespeare Ensemble formed to provide local communities access to the Bard
how its originally intended, with live performance. No film sets, or overblown concepts. Just the
actors, the plays, and our trunk. Without a budget to hide behind, our focus becomes solely on
the story and making the language as accessible as possible. We feel strongly about our
storytelling, which is why we thought local libraries would be a perfect place to perform. Who
offers more stories to local communities than libraries? The Ensemble is thrilled to be back for a
second year at New Braunfels Public Library, and hopes everyone will enjoy
Much Ado About
Nothing

 

Guest Lectures

Cultural

NBPL and LWV-CA Host Farias Presentation, Hispanic Community in Comal County


The New Braunfels Public Library and the League of Women Voters of the Comal Area invite the public to learn about the Hispanic Community of Comal County with Estella Delgado Farias
in celebration of Women’s History Month and Texas History Month on Thursday, March 21 at 7 p.m. at the main library.

 

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