Second and Fourth Thursdays 2-5 pm Come talk to a United Way Representative.
Tuesday, May 21 In this seminar on Social Security Retirement Benefits, you'll learn what your full retirement age is and how your benefit is determined; how retiring earlier than, or later than, your full retirement age will affect your Social Security benefit; why it's important to plan together with your spouse, and strategies you can use to boost retirement and survivor's benefits; and how working after you begin receiving Social Security could affect how much you receive.
Uncommon ways to invest could enhance your earnings Think outside of the box. There are more unique ways to earn than putting your money into stocks, bonds, and mutual funds. Discover ways to spice up your financial portfolio with alternative investments such as Residential Properties, Cryptocurrency, REITs, Precious Metals, Hedge Funds, Venture Capital, and Collectibles. Attend this free workshop at Loveland Public Library on Tuesday, August 20, 6pm in the 2nd floor Erion Room. A huge thanks to the Rocky Mountain Chapter of Credit Unions for presenting this workshop!
Come learn about college and ask questions. Aims Community College and CSU's EOC will help you with any college plans you have! FREE FOOD!
Open Enrollment is just around the corner! Get prepared by joining us for Health Insurance 101. Drop-in anytime between 5:30-6:30pm at the Loveland Library on Thursday, October 24th to have our expert Health Coverage Guide answer all of your health insurance questions. Attendees receive a FREE Health Coverage User’s Manual. Confused about health insurance? Larimer Health Connect can help during the drop-in event... bring your questions! Learn about: Connect for Health Colorado Advanced Premium Tax Creits Health First Colorado Child Health Plan (CHP+) Cost-sharing Financial assistance options Special enrollment periods Essential health benefits
With the help of their high school’s newest teacher, four Hispanic students form a robotics club. With $800 and parts scavenged from old cars, they build a robot and compete in a national robotics contest against reigning champion MIT. At the Loveland Museum, Foote Gallery, 503 N. Lincoln Avenue, Loveland Fore more information about additional festivities, visit: www.lovelandpubliclibrary.org/dia www.heartandsolco.org/ddlm
Kali Fajardo-Anstine: Author Talk Artspace, 140 W. 3rd Street, Loveland Sat. November 2, 7:30pm Kali Fajardo-Anstine is from Denver, Colorado and the author of the debut short story collection, Sabrina & Corina from One World / Random House, nominated for the National Book Award in Fiction. Her fiction has appeared in The American Scholar, Boston Review, Bellevue Literary Review, The Idaho Review, and Southwestern American Literature. Fierce and essential stories… — The New York Times.
Achilles: Latin Music | Suit & Tie DJ Deskchair Rooftop Fiesta, 201 E. 4th Street, Loveland Sat. November 2, 8:30pm Multilingual local musician Achilles has been sharing stages with international and national artists since 2011. These opportunities led him to ramp up popularity in the local scene, packing venues in the area with his bands: Manabí Salsa Band and Maiden Denver. Achilles is known for bringing high energy shows with salsa, bolero and Latin rock. www.manabisalsa.com
Loveland Heart & Sol and the Loveland Public library invite you to join us for an afternoon of celebration and honor as we celebrate Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead), one of Mexico’s most important holidays and celebrated in many cities in the United States. Full of colorful imagery and lively festivities, Día de los Muertos is a special time to honor the departed while celebrating life. Activities include sugar skull decorating, traditional dance, Mariachi music, face painting, Mexican refreshments, and crafts in our Children’s and Teen departments. Fore more information about additional festivities, visit: www.lovelandpubliclibrary.org/dia www.heartandsolco.org/ddlm
Tuesday, November 12 (rescheduled from Tue Oct 29 due to bad weather) Understanding Medicare choices. Planning your retirement and new to Medicare, or just need a refresher? Please join us for an informative educational session. Learn about the four Medicare parts, Part A, Part B, Part C, Part D, and Medicare Supplement insurance. Whether you have already enrolled, or are just starting to think about signing up, this seminar will help! You may be interested for yourself or for a loved one. Whatever your situation, this class will help you understand Medicare and your choices.
Tuesday, November 19 In this seminar on Retirement Income Planning, you'll learn: How to plan for when your retirement will start, (including the impact of early retirement, delayed retirement, and working in retirement), how long it will last, and the retirement lifestyle you want. Steps to estimate the amount of money you'll need in retirement to meet your goals, factoring in health-care costs, taxes, and inflation. How to supplement fixed income sources such as Social Security and an employer pension with your retirement savings, including the products and investment strategies you should consider, a sustainable withdrawal rate, and the best...