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Get Your Earth-friendly Bags Here!

Book bagsThe Friends of the Fairbanks Library are selling beautiful book bags made of earth-friendly recycled material.  These lovely bags are an amazing deal at only $2 each, and as gifts they would be both pretty and practical. Your purchase would also benefit the library. (You can also help the Friends of the Library by donating books, videos, etc. for them to sell. Donations are tax deductible!)

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November…Good Nutrition Month!!!

You might find it ironic that this food-heavy month is also dedicated to good nutrition. Sure, first tempt us with stuffing, a plump turkey dinner, pie and other food indulgences, THEN tell us it’s Good Nutrition Month....

Escape reality!

HeartsIn these difficult economic times, people are reading more romance novels. Why not spend a little time reading about someone else’s tribulations and triumphs (often in exotic locales)? If you’re already a romance reader, check out your favorite publisher’s web site, such as Avon or Harlequin (which also includes Silhouette). You can buy books, larger print books, audiobooks or ebooks or find titles to check out from the library. You can read books online, read i...

Arthritis Pain?

ArthritisDo you suffer from joint pain?  On Monday, November 16, at 6:30, Dr. Tao, from the Foundation for Wellness Professionals, will make a presentation at the Fairbanks Library about natural approaches to preventing and treating arthritis pain.  Please call the library at (713) 466-4438 if you plan to attend.

 

 

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Resumes and Job Interviews

InterviewWorkforce Solutions is offering two FREE workshops at the Fairbanks Library for people who are searching for jobs. On Thursday, November 12, from 3:00-5:00, they will show attendees how to develop a professional resume that highlights a person’s skills and experience and helps match them to the skills and experience required for a particular job. On Thursday, November 19, from 3:00-5:00, they will offer advice on effective interviewing techniques, appropriate responses to common interview questions, and negotiating salary and benefits. Please register by calling the library at (713) 466-4438.

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