October Adult Programs
Program: Native American Genealogy
Day, Date & Time: Thurs., Oct. 1, 6:30 p.m.
Registration: Begins Sept. 17
Local historian and genealogist Robert House will offer a special program on American Indian genealogical research. Mr. House will share his expertise with others who may have Indian ancestry, or who want to explore the history of the first Americans. Light refreshments will be served.
Program: Apply for Your Passport at the Library
Day, Dates & Times: Tues., Oct. 6 & 20, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
The Burlington County Clerk's office will process your passport application while you wait. Payment by check or money order only.
Program: Resume Writing Workshop
Day, Date & Time: Thurs., Wed., Oct. 7, 10 a.m.
Registration: Begins Sept. 15
Ready to go back to work, or to find a better job? This two-hour session will help you with the basics of a resume. A good resume is one of the factors that help you get a job.
Program: "Passion, Theme and Character" Writer's Workshop
Day, Date & Time: Wed., Oct. 7, 6:30 p.m.
Registration: Begins Sept. 21.
Do you love to write? Would you like to write better stories and poems? Come to this workshop led by the Willingboro Writers Group and discover what your passions are. Then learn how to use them to create themes and compelling characters. This workshop will include lecture time and writing time, so bring paper and pencil!
Program: The Coupon Lady Explains it All for You
Day, Date & Time: Thurs., Oct. 8, 7 p.m.
Registration: Begins Sept. 28
Wendi Bergin, the Coupon Lady, shares her secrets of money saving shopping.
Program: Job Interview Skills
Day, Date & Time: Thurs., Wed., Oct. 14, 10 a.m.
Registration: Begins Sept.15
Ready to go back to work, or to find a better job? Improve your skills and be ready for an interview. The two-hour session will help you with the basics of being a great interviewee. A good interview is another factor that helps you get a job.
Program: Business Plan for Your Life
Date & Time: Thurs., Oct. 15, 7 p.m.
Registration: Begins Oct. 1
Your life is as important as any business - make the most of it! Inspirational and motivational speaker Augusta Hughes will help you identify your vision, purpose and mission, then create an action plan to achieve success in every area of your life.
Program: "Rollin' on the Rancocas:" The 2nd Annual Fall Local History Open House
Day, Date & Time: Sat., Oct. 17, 1 p.m.
Registration: Begins Sept. 21
Local historian Paul Schopp will give a special presentation to a select audience in the local history room on historic riverboat travel on the Rancocas Creek. Seating is limited. Afterwards, all are welcomed to see items relating to Willingboro history in the local history room. Light refreshments will be served.
Program: The Vision Board
Day, Date & Time: Tues., Oct. 20, 7 p.m.
Registration: Begins Oct. 7
Are you wondering how to get from this point in your life to where you want to be? Many people who have made vision boards have been amazed to find how their lives have changed. Kathleen McCabe will show you her vision board, and help you get started with yours. Bring your hopes and dreams, and maybe a few pictures of things that inspire you.
Program: Debt Collection and Bankruptcy
Day, Date & Time: Wed., Oct. 21, 7 p.m.
Registration: Begins Oct. 8
Law librarian and legal expert Jones Addo will inform you about your rights as a borrower. How can you protect yourself from harassment by debt collectors? Bring your questions about debt, debt collection and bankruptcy. Light refreshments will be served.