Michelle Andrea WilliamsJoin Brace for Impact: Prayer Journaling During Trying Times to learn and practice prayer journaling techniques to build faith and cultivate a closer relationship with God.
Registration is Required

Learn how believers in the Old and New Testament went to God in prayer during times of trials and tribulation. Get your pen and paper ready for what God has in store. Weekly topics include: strength in weakness, separate wants and needs, wish lists don't count, clarity please, assessment time, rebuilding prayer, giving it up, and brace for impact.

The webinar takes place through GoToMeeting.


Michelle Andrea Williams is an award-winning author, newswriter, speaker, and teacher. She has published two books and workbooks in addition to the journaling technique she defines as the "S.C.A.R.S. Method." In addition to her writing responsibilities, she serves as the Central PA Chapter Leader of the Nonfiction Authors Association.

 

George DillmanDo you want to retire early with lots of money? Let George help you learn the basics of banking so you can spend wisely and reap the rewards.
Registration is Required

The webinar takes place through GoToMeeting.

 

 

Course Schedule:
February 9: STaRt
February 23: Spending Plans and Preparing for Big Purchases
March 9: Banking Basics


George Dillman is a Consumer Outreach Specialist with the Investor Education and Consumer Outreach Office of the PA Department of Banking and Securities. He has worked for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania for 12 years and has over 20 years of speaking and training experience.

 

Michelle Andrea WilliamsJoin Brace for Impact: Prayer Journaling During Trying Times to learn and practice prayer journaling techniques to build faith and cultivate a closer relationship with God.
Registration is Required

Learn how believers in the Old and New Testament went to God in prayer during times of trials and tribulation. Get your pen and paper ready for what God has in store. Weekly topics include: strength in weakness, separate wants and needs, wish lists don't count, clarity please, assessment time, rebuilding prayer, giving it up, and brace for impact.

The webinar takes place through GoToMeeting.


Michelle Andrea Williams is an award-winning author, newswriter, speaker, and teacher. She has published two books and workbooks in addition to the journaling technique she defines as the "S.C.A.R.S. Method." In addition to her writing responsibilities, she serves as the Central PA Chapter Leader of the Nonfiction Authors Association.

 

hand holding Puerto Rican flagJoin us as Ms. Gloria Merrick from the Latino Hispanic American Community Center (LHACC) speaks about her identity as a Puerto Rican and leads a discussion about Puerto Rican heritage and history. 
Registration is Required

The Latino Hispanic American Community Center is a community enter in Harrisburg, PA that provides basic human needs (i.e., clothing and food), educational services (i.e., ESL, GED training, employment assistance), and intervention services (i.e., housing). Their mission is to empower and advocate for he Latino Hispanic Community.

This webinar will be held via Zoom.

 

people waiting for interviewThis webinar explains the basic principles of marketing and how to apply them to your job search. The webinar takes place through GoToMeeting.
Registration is Required

If you are now unemployed, or soon will be, due to the current pandemic, you need to revamp your job search strategies. Since many companies are downsizing or closing completely during this time of economic uncertainty, the competition for an ever-decreasing number of jobs can be overwhelming. Preparation of a marketing plan, complete with implementation tactics, is crucial. Competition can actually enhance, rather than diminish, your chances of landing a new job. Marketing is key.

This webinar is divided into two segments: a lecture and a question-and-answer period. The topics covered include: beginning the journey of self-discovery, assessing your talents and skills, applying the 4 Ps of marketing to your job search, accepting challenges, setting goals, and preparing psychologically for the interview and negotiation process.


Constance Hallinan Lagan is a motivational speaker who holds lectures on personal development and enrichment topics for corporations, hospitals, colleges, libraries, and more. Her byline is currently in more than 60 publications, from magazines including Woman's Circle to Professional Speaker.

 

 

woman on laptopJoin us for an introduction to using Westlaw and learning how it may help you. 
Registration is Required

Part of the Cumberland County Law Library, Westlaw Next provides access to information resources including more than 40,000 databases of case law, state and federal statutes, administrative codes, newspaper and magazine articles, public records, law journals, law reviews, treatises, legal forms, and other information resources. This database is available by using a computer at any library in Cumberland County.

This is an in-person class with a limit of 10 people. The class is open to the general public.

 

Michelle Andrea WilliamsJoin Brace for Impact: Prayer Journaling During Trying Times to learn and practice prayer journaling techniques to build faith and cultivate a closer relationship with God.
Registration is Required

Learn how believers in the Old and New Testament went to God in prayer during times of trials and tribulation. Get your pen and paper ready for what God has in store. Weekly topics include: strength in weakness, separate wants and needs, wish lists don't count, clarity please, assessment time, rebuilding prayer, giving it up, and brace for impact.

The webinar takes place through GoToMeeting.


Michelle Andrea Williams is an award-winning author, newswriter, speaker, and teacher. She has published two books and workbooks in addition to the journaling technique she defines as the "S.C.A.R.S. Method." In addition to her writing responsibilities, she serves as the Central PA Chapter Leader of the Nonfiction Authors Association.

 

The Curious Charms of Arthur Pepper by Phaedra PatrickAmanda Jernigan presents an in-depth analysis of the main character's grieving process within the novel The Curious Charms of Arthur Pepper. 
Registration is Required

Arthur Pepper, a recent widower, finds a charm bracelet that leads him on an adventure of self-discovery and awakening. The grieving process can take one on a journey to acceptance and new possibilities. Join licensed social worker Amanda Jernigan for a discussion on Arthur's steps of grieving in the book The Curious Charms of Arthur Pepper.

This webinar will be held on GoToMeeting.

 

Michelle Andrea WilliamsJoin Brace for Impact: Prayer Journaling During Trying Times to learn and practice prayer journaling techniques to build faith and cultivate a closer relationship with God.
Registration is Required

Learn how believers in the Old and New Testament went to God in prayer during times of trials and tribulation. Get your pen and paper ready for what God has in store. Weekly topics include: strength in weakness, separate wants and needs, wish lists don't count, clarity please, assessment time, rebuilding prayer, giving it up, and brace for impact.

The webinar takes place through GoToMeeting.


Michelle Andrea Williams is an award-winning author, newswriter, speaker, and teacher. She has published two books and workbooks in addition to the journaling technique she defines as the "S.C.A.R.S. Method." In addition to her writing responsibilities, she serves as the Central PA Chapter Leader of the Nonfiction Authors Association.

 

man watching sunset over oceanHear about award-winning Christian novels and ways you can build faith into your life from local authors Gina Napoli, Michelle Andrea Williams, and Suzanne Woods Fisher. 
Registration is Required

Some of the novels discussed will include Clunk on the Head, S.C.A.R.S. Method, and Amish Peace/Mending Fences.

This webinar will be held via GoToMeeting.

 

Michelle Andrea WilliamsJoin Brace for Impact: Prayer Journaling During Trying Times to learn and practice prayer journaling techniques to build faith and cultivate a closer relationship with God.
Registration is Required

Learn how believers in the Old and New Testament went to God in prayer during times of trials and tribulation. Get your pen and paper ready for what God has in store. Weekly topics include: strength in weakness, separate wants and needs, wish lists don't count, clarity please, assessment time, rebuilding prayer, giving it up, and brace for impact.

The webinar takes place through GoToMeeting.


Michelle Andrea Williams is an award-winning author, newswriter, speaker, and teacher. She has published two books and workbooks in addition to the journaling technique she defines as the "S.C.A.R.S. Method." In addition to her writing responsibilities, she serves as the Central PA Chapter Leader of the Nonfiction Authors Association.

 

woman typing on computerThe program is geared towards older adults and seniors and focuses on how to stay safe online. This webinar takes place through GoToMeeting.
Registration is Required

Being safe and secure while browsing online is crucial! With the sudden appearance of the pandemic, staying connected has become incredibly important and much more difficult. Thankfully, our technology has stepped up to the plate to provide that connection. But for older adults who are less familiar or less comfortable with internet browsing, being online more can be dangerous. This program is specifically geared towards older adults who are less comfortable with technology, though anyone can benefit, and is designed to give them all the information they need to stay safe online.

This webinar will cover identifying and avoiding internet viruses, securing personal information, identifying and avoiding scam emails and phone calls, common phone scams, and what to do if you have been scammed. The family communication portion will walk users through Facetime, Skype, and Tapestry. 

Course Schedule:
April 3: Avoid Viruses on the Internet
April 10: Scam eMails
April 17: Scam Calls
April 24 (Bonus Class): Family Communication


This program is presented by the Teens Teach Technology Youth Organization who help older adults who may struggle with technology. They have partnered with 34 facilities and have more than 120 volunteers working to make technology accessible.

 

 

Alan IrvineExplore Pennsylvania's forgotten history with Alan Irvine. This Lavery Speaker Presentation will take place through GoToMeeting.
Registration is Required

Explore Pennsylvania's Forgotten History as Storyteller Alan Irvine tells tales of the everyday folks and colorful characters who never get a mention in the history books, of the adventures and escapades often skipped over -- stories of frontier fights, of canal boats and railroads, of musicians and dancers and rogues and more. Alan brings them all vividly to life.

Alan Irvine, a storyteller from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania began telling stories over 40 years ago while working as a summer camp counselor, telling ghost stories in the cabin after lights out. Over the years, he has gathered a diverse repertoire of ghost stories, Celtic legends, folktales from around the world, American history and even Shakespeare. He performs at libraries, schools, universities, festivals, museums, and has released numerous award-winning CDs of his stories.


In memory of former Assistant Director, Public and Information Services, Dennis M. Lavery, the Bosler Memorial Library presents the Lavery Speaker Series. Every spring and fall as part of the Carlisle Institute, the library will feature one Lavery Speaker Series speaker.

Support for the Lavery Speaker Series will provide funds to allow the library to bring in speakers on a wide range of topics that would not otherwise be affordable in the library's budget.

 

 

 

terrariumJoin Miss Natalie as she shows you the materials you'll need and how to make a terrarium with a few simple steps. No Registration Required!

Springtime is in the air! What can you do to bring nature and happiness into your home? Join us for an easy terrarium you can make at home! Terrariums are a therapeutic activity that help you use nature and your hands to form a beautiful masterpiece. There is no need to be an expert gardener.

This webinar will be held on Facebook Live.

 

Michelle Andrea WilliamsJoin Brace for Impact: Prayer Journaling During Trying Times to learn and practice prayer journaling techniques to build faith and cultivate a closer relationship with God. Registration is Required.

Learn how believers in the Old and New Testament went to God in prayer during times of trials and tribulation. Get your pen and paper ready for what God has in store. Weekly topics include: strength in weakness, separate wants and needs, wish lists don't count, clarity please, assessment time, rebuilding prayer, giving it up, and brace for impact.

The webinar takes place through GoToMeeting.


Michelle Andrea Williams is an award-winning author, newswriter, speaker, and teacher. She has published two books and workbooks in addition to the journaling technique she defines as the "S.C.A.R.S. Method." In addition to her writing responsibilities, she serves as the Central PA Chapter Leader of the Nonfiction Authors Association.

 

woman typing on computerThe program is geared towards older adults and seniors and focuses on how to stay safe online. This webinar takes place through GoToMeeting.
Registration is Required

Being safe and secure while browsing online is crucial! With the sudden appearance of the pandemic, staying connected has become incredibly important and much more difficult. Thankfully, our technology has stepped up to the plate to provide that connection. But for older adults who are less familiar or less comfortable with internet browsing, being online more can be dangerous. This program is specifically geared towards older adults who are less comfortable with technology, though anyone can benefit, and is designed to give them all the information they need to stay safe online.

This webinar will cover identifying and avoiding internet viruses, securing personal information, identifying and avoiding scam emails and phone calls, common phone scams, and what to do if you have been scammed. The family communication portion will walk users through Facetime, Skype, and Tapestry. 

Course Schedule:
April 3: Avoid Viruses on the Internet
April 10: Scam eMails
April 17: Scam Calls
April 24 (Bonus Class): Family Communication


This program is presented by the Teens Teach Technology Youth Organization who help older adults who may struggle with technology. They have partnered with 34 facilities and have more than 120 volunteers working to make technology accessible.

 

 

Jan Travis and Amy MillerJoin us for a fun home organization workshop held on GoToMeeting. 
Registration is Required

Would you like help fulfilling your home's potential? Professional organizers and sisters, Amy and Jan, would love to help you achieve a peaceful state of mind and home for your family!

Jan Travis and Amy Miller are sisters who have founded the home organizing business, Dwell Happy. Native to Central Pennsylvania, they help individuals declutter and organize their home with the whole-home, category method.

 

Michelle Andrea WilliamsJoin Brace for Impact: Prayer Journaling During Trying Times to learn and practice prayer journaling techniques to build faith and cultivate a closer relationship with God.
Registration is Required

Learn how believers in the Old and New Testament went to God in prayer during times of trials and tribulation. Get your pen and paper ready for what God has in store. Weekly topics include: strength in weakness, separate wants and needs, wish lists don't count, clarity please, assessment time, rebuilding prayer, giving it up, and brace for impact.

The webinar takes place through GoToMeeting.


Michelle Andrea Williams is an award-winning author, newswriter, speaker, and teacher. She has published two books and workbooks in addition to the journaling technique she defines as the "S.C.A.R.S. Method." In addition to her writing responsibilities, she serves as the Central PA Chapter Leader of the Nonfiction Authors Association.

 

woman typing on computerThe program is geared towards older adults and seniors and focuses on how to stay safe online. This webinar takes place through GoToMeeting.
Registration is Required

Being safe and secure while browsing online is crucial! With the sudden appearance of the pandemic, staying connected has become incredibly important and much more difficult. Thankfully, our technology has stepped up to the plate to provide that connection. But for older adults who are less familiar or less comfortable with internet browsing, being online more can be dangerous. This program is specifically geared towards older adults who are less comfortable with technology, though anyone can benefit, and is designed to give them all the information they need to stay safe online.

This webinar will cover identifying and avoiding internet viruses, securing personal information, identifying and avoiding scam emails and phone calls, common phone scams, and what to do if you have been scammed. The family communication portion will walk users through Facetime, Skype, and Tapestry. 

Course Schedule:
April 3: Avoid Viruses on the Internet
April 10: Scam eMails
April 17: Scam Calls
April 24 (Bonus Class): Family Communication


This program is presented by the Teens Teach Technology Youth Organization who help older adults who may struggle with technology. They have partnered with 34 facilities and have more than 120 volunteers working to make technology accessible.

 

 

man using laptopThis program will explore the differences between the legal research a available on Westlaw and the up-to-date transactional help available on Practical Law. 
Registration is Required

We will look at the experts who write documents and keep them up-to-date, the types of documents, and how to use Practical Law's features. This program is for researchers from non-attorneys to experienced attorneys. 1 hour/1 credit. All CLE classes are presented by a representative from Thomson Reuters.

This is an in-person class with a limit of 10. Any overflow will be on WebEx. It is designed for lawyers only.

 

Michelle Andrea WilliamsJoin Brace for Impact: Prayer Journaling During Trying Times to learn and practice prayer journaling techniques to build faith and cultivate a closer relationship with God.
Registration is Required

Learn how believers in the Old and New Testament went to God in prayer during times of trials and tribulation. Get your pen and paper ready for what God has in store. Weekly topics include: strength in weakness, separate wants and needs, wish lists don't count, clarity please, assessment time, rebuilding prayer, giving it up, and brace for impact.

The webinar takes place through GoToMeeting.


Michelle Andrea Williams is an award-winning author, newswriter, speaker, and teacher. She has published two books and workbooks in addition to the journaling technique she defines as the "S.C.A.R.S. Method." In addition to her writing responsibilities, she serves as the Central PA Chapter Leader of the Nonfiction Authors Association.

 

Jordana KellerHear the voice of spring with musician Jordana Keller on Facebook Live! Jordana will be playing uplifting violin songs that will spring you into nature!

Jordana Keller started taking private music lessons from a young age, and has been playing the violin for over 10 years now. At college she minored in music education and graduated in 2020 with a Bachelors in Elementary Education. She is currently teaching private lessons and loves sharing her music with others!

No Registration is Required.

 

woman typing on computerThe program is geared towards older adults and seniors and focuses on how to stay safe online. This webinar takes place through GoToMeeting.
Registration is Required

Being safe and secure while browsing online is crucial! With the sudden appearance of the pandemic, staying connected has become incredibly important and much more difficult. Thankfully, our technology has stepped up to the plate to provide that connection. But for older adults who are less familiar or less comfortable with internet browsing, being online more can be dangerous. This program is specifically geared towards older adults who are less comfortable with technology, though anyone can benefit, and is designed to give them all the information they need to stay safe online.

This webinar will cover identifying and avoiding internet viruses, securing personal information, identifying and avoiding scam emails and phone calls, common phone scams, and what to do if you have been scammed. The family communication portion will walk users through Facetime, Skype, and Tapestry. 

Course Schedule:
April 3: Avoid Viruses on the Internet
April 10: Scam eMails
April 17: Scam Calls
April 24 (Bonus Class): Family Communication


This program is presented by the Teens Teach Technology Youth Organization who help older adults who may struggle with technology. They have partnered with 34 facilities and have more than 120 volunteers working to make technology accessible.

 

 

woman running business from homeThis seminar will help you to meet the challenges of home-based business start-up and expansion. The webinar takes place through GoToMeeting.
Registration is Required

Be your own boss and work at home! Sounds great, doesn't it? More than 600,000 people start businesses each year; unfortunately, approximately 20% of these businesses fail within two years, with that number rising to approximately 45% within five years. And those are pre-pandemic statistics! Do you want to avoid the pitfalls and increase your chances of succeeding?

This webinar is divided into two segments: a lecture and a question-and-answer period. The topics covered include: the initial steps in business formation and business registration, sales tax collection authorization, business checking account, financing, insurance, and the hiring of employees versus independent contractors.


Constance Hallinan Lagan is a motivational speaker who holds lectures on personal development and enrichment topics for corporations, hospitals, colleges, libraries, and more. Her byline is currently in more than 60 publications, from magazines including Woman's Circle to Professional Speaker.

 

 

man on laptopThis course covers research fundamentals on Thomson Reuters Westlaw. 
Registration is Required

The course will include how to find a document by citation or name, search for documents on a legal issue, research a case, check if a case is still good law, and save your research for later. CLE participants will feel more comfortable performing standard research tasks on Westlaw. 1 hour/1 substantive credit. All CLE classes are presented by a representative from Thomson Reuters.

This class will be taught on WebEx. It is designed for lawyers only.