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Simple Steps to Start Your Business Program

Simple Steps to Start Your Business Program

SCORE, a nonprofit organization dedicated to educating entrepreneurs and helping small businesses grow and succeed, will be presenting a workshop on Saturday September 13th at 10:00 in the Carmel Clay Public Library Program Room.

This introductory workshop focuses on the basics of testing your business idea and identifying the key factors that influence start-up success.

There is no charge to attend this 2 hour program but registration is required by calling the Reference Desk at 844-3362 or visiting Indianapolis.score.org.

 

Read Magazines Online! Zinio

Read Magazines Online! Zinio

The Carmel Clay Public Library offers access to Zinio, the world's largest newsstand. Zinio offers full color, interactive digital magazines for your enjoyment. Browse from your library's collection of popular titles with no holds, no checkout periods, and no limit to the number of magazines you can download.

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Little Free Libraries

Little Free Libraries

The Carmel Clay Public Library is pleased to announce the opening of three Little Free Libraries. What is a Little Free Library? Put simply, a Little Free Library is a box on a post filled with books where anyone can stop by and pick up a book or bring another book to share. As items are borrowed and added, the collection of books is constantly changing with titles for adults, young adults and children.

The concept of Little Free Libraries was started in 2009 by a Rotarian in Wisconsin in memory of his mother. The idea has since spread to most states in the U.S. and over 55 countries throughout the world.
 
The mission of Little Free Libraries is to promote literacy and the love of reading by building free book exchanges and to build a sense of community as we share skills, creativity and wisdom across generations. 

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