Local Author to share odd stories of our county’s settlers.

Talcott LibraryAdult, Programs, YA

  Winnebago County Originals Kathi Kresol, local author, will share slightly odd stories of some of our county’s most unusual settlers, such as a psychic turned medical doctor, fascinating local Native American legends and Jesus himself supposedly walked among the townspeople of Rockford! 101 E. Main Street Rockton IL 815.624.7511 Talcott Free Library Thursday, May 30 6:30 pm  

Games Against Humanity

Talcott LibraryAdult, FYI, Programs

Friday May 17 6pm – 8pm Talcott’s monthly game night for adults is a special after hours program guaranteed to entertain with multiple tables set up for Cards Against Humanity. CAH not your thing? We will also have plenty of other modern party games available to play, along with some favorite classics. Feel free to bring your own games to … Read More

Watch what you say. Little Words Mean A Lot.

Talcott LibraryAdult, Programs, YA

Thursday, May 16 at 6:30pm Come and explore the wonderful world of words with local author, Nancy Hanewall Stacy. Learn about the origin of sayings, how to use words to bring joy to others, and find out if you are a flibbertigibbet. Bring a friend.  

2019 May Newsletter

Talcott LibraryAdult, Children, Newsletters, Website Tips, YA

  Star Wars Day Saturday, May 4 Stop in anytime for fun Star Wars themed activities. Open to all ages. Seed Starter Saturday May 4 11:00 am Join U of I Extension Master Gardeners to start vegetable seeds to transplant in your garden. In an effort to end local hunger, we are asking you to plant an extra row of … Read More

May Book Club

Talcott LibraryAdult, FYI, Programs

Thursday, May 2 at 6 pm Read a book about Mother’s Day or Famous Mothers Monday, May 13 at 1 pm Read a book by Kathleen Ernst or about Wisconsin  

INTER-LIBRARY LOANS WILL BE DELAYED

Talcott LibraryAdult, FYI, YA

INTER-LIBRARY LOANS WILL BE DELAYED Starting May 4, items requested from outside of our current system will not be processed until our transition is complete. Sorry for any inconvenience. Talcott Staff