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
September 19, 6:00pm Sign up early, only 10 people will be able to attend. Dave Johnson will be again to help inform and guide you through the use of “Ancestry Library Edition” How to start a basic search Forms available on the site How to follow the links on the site Other westes available for search
Register to vote at Talcott Free Library before October 9 to vote in November election.
Remember to check us out regularly on Facebook. See Story Hour pictures, Programs and many other exciting happenings at the Talcott Free Library. http://www.facebook.com/#!/talcottfreelibrary
Thank you all of your summer “Reading is so Delicious” Readers. Congratulations to all of our winners, and Special Thank You to all out Local Merchants that contributed to our “Delicious” Pizes.
Everyone had such a good time at our end of the “READING IS SO DELICIOUS” Pizza Party. The day was so beautiful, we were able to go outside and eat our pizza and cookies. Thank you to all our local merchants who donated all our prizes and treats.
Talcott Seeking Lego Donations Doing some summer cleaning of your kids’ toys? Bring your slightly used Legos to us so kids can enjoy “Lego” time at the library. Donations currently being accepted.
Friends of the Talcott Library Bus Adventure is Booked! Saturday, September 8 7:30 am –6:00 pm We will leave on the bus from Old Stone Church at 101 E. Union Street, Rockton. Be there promptly at 7:30 am!
Can’t remember what you have read? You can capture your reading history on your patron account. Go to our website from home or at the library and log into your account. Click on “My Reading History” to turn it on. You will have a record of items checked out from the moment you turn the reading history on. Need help? … Read More