Medicare Basics for Open Enrollment
Thursday, September 24th, 4:00 - 5:00 PM
Learn the basics of Medicare and Open Enrollment with Mark Brownstein, CSA. Topics covered will include Enrollment Timelines and Deadlines, Medicare Supplement, Med Advantage and Prescription Drug Plans. Mark will also answer any questions you may have concerning Medicare.
Register by clicking on the Register Here Button (above). You can also register in-person, by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
or by calling 201-391-5090.
This is a virtual event.
You will be emailed a Zoom link to the talk on the day of the event!
FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Due to the pandemic, all of the Montvale Library's Adult Programs will be virtual in 2020. The library will reassess this policy in 2021. We are currently experimenting with different platforms, and at the moment are using Zoom.
We no longer have physical signup sheets. If you want to register for a program, here's what to do:
Register via the provided links/event buttons on social media or our website. You will need your name and email address to register.
Tell a staff member that you want to register. We will need the name of the program, your name and email address.
Call the Montvale Library at 201-391-5090 to register by phone. We will need the name of the program, your name and email address.
Register by emailing email@example.com. You will need to tell us the name of the program, your name and email address.
Please note that you need an active email address to register. A link to the program will be emailed to you on the day of the event.
DO NOT COME TO THE LIBRARY ON THE DAY OF THE EVENT AS ALL EVENTS ARE NOW VIRTUAL.
The Library reserves the right to cancel or modify any program
at any time for any reason.
For information about all Montvale Library programs, please consult the
For additional questions or to suggest an adult program,
please contact George Galuschak,
our Adult Services Librarian.
The purpose of all our programs is to provide a safe and enjoyable
learning environment for all of our patrons.
If anyone prevents or threatens the calm, peaceful, and friendly environment of the library or any program, they may be asked to leave.