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Free Workshop for Small Businesses

Are you, or do you know someone, involved in a small business?  Let them know about this!

Artists, contractors, lawn care folks, the self-employed, bookkeepers — anyone interested in learning how online social networking can help your business — should know about this free opportunity coming up this week.

Thursday March 29th Noon  – 1:30  at the Burlington Public Library meeting room.  Lunch is provided.

If  you think Facebook or LinkedIn might be useful to your business or your professional reputation, but you don’t know your profile from your feed, this workshop is for you!  Learn tips from a professional on how to create and maintain your on-line persona and enjoy a free lunch, too.

The workshop is presented as a partnership with the Burlington Public Librar,y BTOP funding, and the Economic Development Association of Skagit County. 

There is no charge for the event.  


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Writing “Between the Covers”

As part of our Winter Adult Reading Months program, “Between the Covers,” we’re offering a free writing workshop, coming up on January 28.  Kris LeBlanc, who teaches at Skagit Valley College and is just a dynamo of enthusiasm, is presenting.  This will be a fun, informal time that will appeal to any level of writer who is over 18.  No registration is necessary; just show up at 10:00 a.m…. and earn 3 prize entries into the W.A.R.M. prize drawings!

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