Are you retired, thinking about retiring soon, or simply ready to start planning for life after work? Join Omaha Public Library for a series of retirement transition workshops that will guide you in making the most of your retirement. Experts will be available to assist you in defining retirement goals, understanding Medicare options, exploring financial plans for security and more. All programs are free and open to the public, but space is limited. Register online at omahalibrary.org, or by calling the branch where you wish to attend.
Valentine’s Day can mean a variety of things to different people. Whether it’s a day to celebrate your loved ones, find a new love, or partake in the anti-Valentine’s Day movement, Omaha Public Library (OPL) is offering programs for all ages to enjoy. All programs are free and open to the public, though some may have age recommendations or registration requirements. Call the hosting branch or visit omahalibrary.org for more information.
Regular library users will tell you that waiting for the highly anticipated read that you placed on hold can be tough. While some readers skipped the wait by utilizing Omaha Public Library’s Bestseller Express, others accepted that new and popular items are simply hard to keep on shelves. Omaha Public Library has prepared a list of top circulating titles from 2014. The circulation of these titles contributed heftily to the more than three million items borrowed from OPL last year. Find these selections and more at omahalibrary.org.
For the past five years, Omaha Public Library (OPL) has offered Speed Dating at the library, and occasionally we hear back from couples who were matched through the process with updates about their relationship. One of our favorite couples that were matched at the 2011 Speed Dating event welcomed their first child last year. Another participant from 2014 was happy to share that she was no longer dating her match, but was now engaged! OPL is all about connecting people with whatever they need to enrich their lives – even if that means helping to find them a date!
February is African American History Month and Omaha Public Library celebrates the accomplishments and rich history of African Americans in the United States. Programs that share the impact of African Americans in our community and across the nation will be offered. All programs are free, but space is limited and registration may be required. Visit omahalibrary.org or contact the hosting location for more information.