April exhibition gives locals some financial fundamentals

April 20, 2017 by  

The Peters Township Public Library in McMurray, Pennsylvania recently began hosting a traveling exhibit called Thinking Money, which is an exhibit designed to inform teens and adults about money.

The Thinking Money exhibit consists of large, colorful book-shaped objects containing illustrations and banners that explain such matters as credit scores and financial fraud. These parts of the exhibit will be accessible to all visitors until the exhibit is finished.

The Assistant Library Director, Sue Miller, said about the Thinking Money exhibition:

“Money affects all of us, but many of us lack the information we need to make smart decisions about our financial futures. Thinking Money is designed to teach us about financial literacy in a way that is not only understandable, but fun, and we’re proud to bring it to our library – the only one in Pennsylvania!”

The exhibits and the programs that it will be hosting are free to the public. For more information regarding the Peters Township Public Library, or to see the original article about the Thinking Money exhibition, visit the Peters Township Public Library website.

The exhibit was first revealed on April 1 and will be ending in 10 days’ time on April 30, so those looking to get their fill of financial wisdom are advised to make their move quickly to avoid disappointment.

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