Thinking Money 



The TeenSpot at Main Library will be hosting Thinking Money between May 20 and June 21. Thinking Money is a traveling exhibition designed to teach teens, tweens, and their families about money — including topics like saving, spending and avoiding fraud — in a way that is not only understandable, but fun.

Through an adventure-themed storyline, interactive iPad content and other fun activities, Thinking Money explores themes like wants vs. needs, preparing for a rainy/sunny day and imagining your future self. The exhibition is for tweens, teens and the adults in their lives.

Come to our grand opening on May 20 from 1-4pm, or visit anytime during the exhibit period. All participants will receive a financial goodie bag while supplies last.

Tweens and teens are also invited to join one of seven money classes lead by the Ohio State University Extension Office and hosted at Library locations around Hamilton County.


5/31    1-2:30 pm    TeenSpot, Main Library    Thinking Money: My First Apartment

6/3      1-2:30 pm    Green Township Library   Thinking Money: Money and Goals

6/7      3-4:30 pm    Wyoming Library              Thinking Money: Saving and Investing

6/10    1-2:30 pm    Norwood Library              Thinking Money: Protecting Your Identity

6/14    1-2:30 pm    Clifton Library                  Thinking Money: Credit and Debit Smarts

6/21    1-2:30 pm    Loveland Library               Thinking Money: Money and Goals

6/24    1-2:30 pm    Mt. Healthy Branch           Thinking Money: My First Apartment



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