Adulting 101 is a program at the Franklin Public Library targeted at teens between the ages of 12-18 and will provide useful tips and career options on a vast amount of topics. Each month will focus on a new theme and will hold several workshops, including informational presentations, outreach tours of businesses, and hands-on activities that coincide with the theme.
Participants can attend one of these workshops or all of them!
This program is free to attend & does not require a library card. Registration will need to be completed at the beginning of each month for the current theme. Register here for the current month.
March – Cooking Essentials
April – Mending & Caring for Clothing
May – Car Maintenance
June – Knowing Your Body & Communication (Learning about vitals, CPR, and the correct way to communicate with your peers)
July – Budgeting & Handling Money
August – Lawn Care & Power Tool Safety
September – Connecting to the Arts & Your Community
October – IT & Technology
November – Electricity & Plumbing
December – Safety