Posted on December 28, 2016 at 6:00 am
Spokane County Library District has partnered with the Better Business Bureau to bring you consumer education workshops on topics such as financial literacy, smart shopping, and avoiding scams. Kirstin Davis of the BBB leads these workshops and informative presentations, which are geared for adults and teens. During January through April, you’ll get a chance to learn savvy ways to shop smarter, to stay safe from scams, and to protect your information while online.
Thursday, Jan 12, 7–8pm CANCELLED
Class will be rescheduled later in 2017
Online Safety/Cyber Security
Wednesday, Feb 8, 7–8pm
Thursday, Mar 23, 7–8pm
Smart Consumer Guide to Wise Buying
Tuesday, Apr 25, 6–7pm
Financial Literacy for High School Students
Wednesday, Apr 26, 6–7pm
House & Home Scams
Thursday, Apr 27, 6–7pm
You can see all BBB Consumer Education workshops on the event calendar.
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