For soon-to-be empty nesters, celebrating the youngest child’s graduation party is an emotional moment. Coming home to a quiet house after years of hectic school, sports, and extracurricular activities can feel a bit unsettling and disorienting. At the same time, empty nesters have newfound opportunities to explore favorite hobbies, plan a dream vacation, change homes, or even move to a new city. In this time of transition, it’s important to reassess household finances.
Once the graduation party streamers have settled - and you’ve reclaimed dominion over the fridge and nightly TV schedule - a great way to begin is by attending the College of Marriage class on Sunday January 19, 2020 Financial Management (Part 2 - Empty Nest, Looking Towards Retirement). This class meets in the Skylight Room from 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. and will cover:
1. Changing Needs
No need to register, just come to class and be ready to learn!