You can find what’s next in a Series by going here on our website, or click the link below. What’s next in a Series
DID YOU KNOW: • In 2010, 655 children (age 12 and younger in a passenger vehicle) were killed in motor vehicle traffic crashes, 64% of whom were restrained. • Also in 2010, an estimated 119,000 children (age 12 and younger in a passenger vehicle) were injured in motor vehicle traffic crashes. • In 2009, 161 Hispanic children (age 12 and … Read More
Celebrate with us in September! It’s National Library Card Sign-up Month at your local libraries. Get a library card at Talcott and win prizes all month! Stop by today. It’s your child’s most important school supply!
Stop by the library Thursday, October 18 from 11:00 am-1:00 pm and get your flu shot! Winnebago County Health Department will be at the library. Flu shots are $30.00. For more information, click the link below at Winnebago County Health Department. Winnebago County Health Dept.
Just a reminder! The Friends of the Talcott Library Bus Adventure will leave Saturday, Sept. 8 at 7:30 am promptly from the Old Stone Church at 101 E. Union Street. If you have purchased a spot, we will see you there! Let us know how you enjoy the day.
Þ You can use our website from home 24/7 to place materials on hold, renew items, use our online research databases and much more! Þ You can check out eBooks/audiobooks for free with your library card. Þ Rent popular DVDs and music CDs with your library card. Þ Use research databases to take practice ACT/SAT, GED test and more available on our website. Þ Attend a … Read More
Read a Biography: When: Thursday, September 6 at 6:00pm Monday, September 10 at 1:00pm
Need a place to sit and use WIFI? Talcott Library is a free WIFI hotspot. Stop in with your laptop and enjoy the quiet of the library to work on projects. Or, use one of our public computers.
Our website provides valuable information for parents and teachers. Click on “Reference” and “Parent/Teacher” Resources. you will find AR Booklist, links for stories/games to help your child practice reading, classroom materials available such as “Traveling Tales” and much more!
To get a library card, you must bring in proof of Talcott Free Library residency in the form of one ID with your current name and address. Children, ages 6 and up are allowed to get a library card with a parent/guardian. Get a Talcott library card in September and receive a free Talcott DVD/video coupon and be entered in … Read More
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