November News Falling into Winter. Busy, Busy.

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Tips & Tricks
Saturday, November 9
12 pm
Cristy Aldrich, owner of Ms. Cristy’s Canine Academy,
will be here to teach topics such as positive
reinforcement & how to combat disruptive behaviors in your 4-legged friends.


Secretary of State Mobile Event

Tuesday, November 19 – 10-2 pm
Need to renew your drivers license or license plate sticker?
The Secretary of State will be here to provide these services & more.
For a full list of services please go to our website or call the library.

Folded FEAST  
November 11-16 All Day

Come in & create Thanksgiving inspired origami.
Paper & printed instructions provided. Family friendly fun and open to all ages.

Teen Crafternoon
Friday, November 15
3:30-5 pm

Bring your drawing skills! For grades 6-12.
Limited space. $2 fee. Register by November 14.

A Peek into the Native American Way of Life
Thursday, November 21
6 pm

In celebration of Native American Heritage Month,
Kim Sigafus will be here to tell stories and also perform some native drumming and singing.

Adopt-A-Book Begins
November 29-December 21


Create a unique holiday gift by purchasing a book
for Talcott’s Collection.

Stop by our Adopt-A-Book display
and choose a book to donate to the
library as a gift for a loved one.

You will receive an official certificate of adoption to present to them and
a bookplate will be placed in the book with your names.

Your gift gives a book a good home at Talcott Free Library,
where it will be read and enjoyed by many in the community!

Coming During
Rockton’s Christmas Walk Weekend…

Friends of the Library

Holiday Used Book Sale

December 7   9am-3pm
December 8   1pm-3pm
December 9   9am-8pm


Chocolate For The Talcott Soul

December 8   1pm-3pm