KiEtha Gage, SNAP Outreach Coordinator will be visiting the East Baton Rouge Parish Libraries to help clients apply for SNAP benefits, complete redeterminations, simplify reports, report changes, and print SNAP budget summaries with SNAP’s mobile unit. All information will be kept confidential and this service is free of charge! Dates and locations are as follows:
- Thursday, May 4 from 10:00 AM– noon at the Scotlandville Library
- Friday, May 5 from 10:00 AM- noon at the Central Library
- Saturday, May 6 from 10:00 AM-noon at the Eden Park Library
- Friday, May 12 from 10:00 AM to noon at the Bluebonnet Library
- Friday, May 26 from 10:00 AM to noon at the Jones Creek Library
- Saturday, May 27 from 10:00 AM to noon at the Carver Library
For more information, please contact SNAP Outreach Coordinator KiEtha Gage at 225-287-8857 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org .
That’s right, folks – we’re closed today and on Sunday. We’ll be open tomorrow (Saturday, April 15th), so come by to switch out your favorite items to read, watch, or listen to. Happy Easter, or, if you celebrate Passover, Chag Sameach!
If you missed the Human Library™ at the Ebb and Flow Festival last weekend (which was, unfortunately, closed for weather on its second day), you’ll have another chance to visit it in May! The May edition of the Human Library will open at the Main Library on Goodwood on Saturday, May 6th, from 1-5 PM.
Some of the Living Books will be “renewed” for the May event, but we’ll have some new titles, too – and if you have a story that deserves to be told, now’s your chance! Applications for Living Books for the May event are now open. If you are part of one of the following groups and have a story you want to tell, please consider applying:
- Minority ethnicity
- Life with a physical or mental disability
- Non-traditional family structure
- Military or police service
- Religious background or beliefs
- Community activist
For more information, contact Ned Denby at 225-231-3750.
Whether or not your house flooded in August, it can always use a little upkeep. For those jobs that help make your protection from the elements feel a little homier, we’ve got the Home Improvement Reference Center.
Go in to tackle a specific repair, or check out the “Decorating” section for ideas to spruce up your space. If you’ve got more serious issues to address, there’s even a section on how to work with contractors so your house looks the way you expect when they’re gone. There’s also a sample Homeowner’s Journal you can use to keep track of maintenance work you’ve done and make sure you schedule regular upkeep.
As you may know if you have a child under ten, Bob the Builder asks, “Can we fix it?” Bob the Builder tells us, “Yes. We can.” Good skill, people of Baton Rouge!