Financial Sustainability Series
Are you struggling to make and stick to a budget? Do you spend more than you should at the grocery store? Do you worry about retirement? If you answered yes to any of these questions, join Sustainable Oldsmar and our partners as we explore ways to become more financially secure.
Note: registration required for each event. Virtual meeting links will be sent to registrants via Eventbrite. If you do not receive link, please check your spam folder and/or email Ashlee Painter.
Fraud Watch Basics - Sept 16; 6-7pm (Virtual)
Have you ever been approached with a fraudulent offer or been a victim of identity theft? The AARP Fraud Watch Network is working to empower you in the fight, with proven resources and tools to help you spot and avoid identity theft and fraud. By taking a few practical steps, you have the power to fight back against fraud. This 30-minute session will arm you with the latest data on fraud trends and provide tips and resources to protect yourself and your family.
Grocery Shopping on a Budget - Sept 25; 9:30-10:30am (Hybrid*)
Do you spend more than you expected at the grocery store or wonder how you can shop better? Join UF/IFAS Extension to learn how to grocery shop smarter. This workshop will give you tips and tricks on how to maximize your grocery budget.
Retirement Planning: Strategies for Today and Tomorrow - Sept 30; 6-7pm (Virtual)
Retirement planning doesn’t have to be daunting. Learn tips for determining if you are on track, and learn practical strategies to help you achieve retirement peace of mind. It’s never too early to plan and it’s never too late to take charge of your financial future.
Budgeting 101 - Oct 7; 6-7pm (In-person*)
Do you know where your money goes each month? Learn the basics of how to create a budget and stick to it. Creating a budget worksheet can help you plan for now and the future.
Having Fun for Little to No Cost - Oct 16; 9:30-10:30am (Hybrid*)
Having fun doesn't need to cost a fortune. Learn how to utilize free or low cost services provided by Oldsmar Library and Recreation.
Don't Flush Money Down the Drain - Oct 28; 6-7pm (Hybrid*)
A single leak can waste 30-1,000 gallons of water per day. Learn how to detect water leaks, read your water meter, and save water around your house.
Simple Energy Saving Tips - Nov 4; 6-7pm (Hybrid*)
Do you know what uses the most energy in your home? Join TECO to learn the biggest energy users and simple tips to save on your energy usage.
*Evening in-person workshops will be held at State St Center and morning workshops will be held at TECO Hall at the Oldsmar Library