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Published on Wednesday, July 12, 2017

San Antonio Public Library’s “Adult-Up” Helps Young Adults with Fun and Quirky New Program Series

Develop the skills you need to succeed in the world and “adult” most effectively

Contact: Marcie Hernandez  210.207.2614

SAN ANTONIO (July 11, 2017) – Beginning tonight, visit the San Antonio Public Library for Adult-Up, an exciting new series that provides programs and support for young adults to develop the skills they need to succeed in the world. From the basics of home repair and maintenance to managing stress, money management, eating healthy on a budget and more, these fun and informative programs will empower new (and not so new) adults with the life skills they never knew they needed. After the programs, be sure to check out a book, or two, about each topic or download digital content from mysapl.org.

Adult-Up will take place at a number of library locations throughout the city. Visit the events calendar at mysapl.org for a complete schedule.

Upcoming Adult-Up programs this week include:

Basics of Home Repair and Maintenance - Tuesday, July 11, 7 p.m., Carver Branch Library (3350 E. Commerce St., 78220) - Learn the basics of home repair and maintenance for things like foundation issues, plumbing, electrical, AC and more.

Discover Minimalism- Wednesday, July 12, 6 p.m., Forest Hills Branch Library (5245 Ingram Rd., 78228) - Learn about the style and benefits of minimalism. Take part in a DIY project to begin your minimalist journey. Supplies will be provided.

Don’t Get Faked Out by the News- Thursday, July 13, 6 p.m., Parman Branch Library (20735 Wilderness Oak, 78258) - Learn how to sharpen your news-discernment skills and find out which sources of news are reliable.

Adult-Up will take place at a number of library locations throughout the city through the end of August. Visit the events calendar at mysapl.org for a complete schedule.

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