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Beat those Back to Work Blues!

August 20, 2014 | Loretta | Comments (0)

It's almost back to school time for the kids and also for many of us, back to work from our summer vacations. Don't let your back to work blues get to you! The Barbara Frum Library is hosting a ton of programs to get you back in the groove:

ABC's of Mnemonics
Monday, September 8, 6:30-8 pm

Forgetting to do things at work and your to-do list keeps piling up?  Join us for tips to improve your memory using mnemonics.

Spinning Straw into Paper
Tuesday, September 9, 7-8 pm

Always wanted to learn about the paper industry? Learn how Step Forward Paper, a revolutionary way of making paper from 80% wheat straw and only 20% wood fibre, is saving our trees & helping the economy.

Social Media & Web Services for Small Business
Monday, September 15, 7-8 pm

Need a fresh new way to market your product or service? Learn about free and low-cost web services that will help market your small business to the consumers you're trying to reach.

The Science of Personal Dress
Tuesday, September 16, 6:30-8 pm

Amp up your work wardrobe and instantly feel energized for the new work day before you even have your morning coffee! Stylist and image consultant Sandra Quigley teaches the science of personal dress and how to apply it to your existing wardrobe.

 Self-Employment as a Career Option
Tuesday, September 23, 6:30-8 pm

Feel like you'd be happier working as your own boss? Find out how you can be and the ins & outs of being an entrepreneur with a presentation by Acces Employment!

 

Self-Employment

All programs are FREE and require registration. Please call (416) 395-5441 or visit the Barbara Frum Library to register. But hurry, space is limited!

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