Special program with Guest Speaker Marnie Swedberg: "Holiday Shortcuts: plus the 3 subtle traps even smart women fall into that demolish their best attempts to make the holidays happy for everyone around them"
ENJOY YOUR HOLIDAYS! Hear practical stress-busting tips from internationally known life coach and Christian Women’s speaker Marnie Swedberg
Sat., December 7th 11:30 AM – 12:15 PM
Come and bring a friend! You’ll have fun while you learn strategies that will help you:
· Prepare yourself, your kitchen and your home for the holidays
· Save $$ by shopping smart
· Serve great holiday meals
· Get & stay organized
· Enlist help from the whole family
· Reduce your holiday stress and so much more!
Marnie Swedberg is a Life Maximization Coach, A Christian Women's Speaker, the online mentor to over 13,000 super busy leaders from 30 countries, author of 12 how-to books, owner/manager of a restaurant and retail store with espresso cafe, and the webhostess of numerous Google #1 ranked sites. Learn more at www.Marnie.com
Want computer time for signing up for the new health care?
Your local libraries are offering reserved space and longer time periods on the computers for people exploring health insurance options on the online Affordable Care Act marketplace
(in Wisconsin the official website is: www.healthcare.gov)
Either call to reserve a spot or just show up anytime (but allow time to apply!) Bring relevant documents with you (income, taxes, S.S.#, etc.)
Other times available by appointment: Rebecca at Baldwin (715-684-3813) or Karen at Woodville (715-698-2430)
Through the generous donation of an anonymous local couple’s estate, and the hard work of the Friends of the Baldwin Library, we are pleased to announce we have purchased a ScanPro 3000 for our history room. It does amazing things and should make it much easier for anyone to research their family history or the history of the area. The system reads our collection of microfilm containing over 100 years of the Baldwin Bulletin newspaper and transfers it to a digital view on a big monitor. You can then easily search for names or topics of interest, adjust the size of the text or the brightness, etc., print it out or e-mail it to someone or save it to a portable device. The Baldwin Area Historical Society will be demonstrating it and helping people learn how to use it during their History Nights (see item below) or make an appointment with our library staff to give it a try!
History Nights at the Library
Members of the Baldwin Area Historical Society will be at the library on the second Thursday of every month from 5-7pm to meet with any interested people about any topic of your choice. Come anytime during that period and ask questions about searching for family history or history of a building in town, look at old photos and help identify them, learn about the new microfilm scanner and how to find anything from old Baldwin Bulletin newspapers, learn about the 1940 census records newly opened to the public, etc. Bring an item, a question, or just come and talk about history with others who love it too! For more information call Leila at: 715-222-9485
Job Searching help from WI Workforce, they come to you!
On the third Thursday of each month, a Job Center expert come to the library to meet with anyone interested in job searching ideas, how to look online for jobs, how to type up a resume or check the one you have, interviewing tips, etc. If this time does not work for you, call toll-free to Aracely (emphasis on the “Cel”) at 888-258-9966 to make an appointment. You no longer need to get to a state workforce site, they are coming out to the local libraries to meet people now!