Tremont Illinois
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Tremont, IL
Tremont, IL was founded in 1834 by New England settlers and became a town in July of 1835. Tremont then served as the County Seat until 1850. During this time, Abraham Lincoln made a number of appearances as a lawyer in the Tremont Courthouse. Today, Tremont is a close-knit community comprised of many businesses and residents. We are well known for our annual Turkey Festival which brings in people from all over the country. Our town is also home to the Award-Winning District 702 Schools. Come see why Tremont is a great place to Work, Visit, and Live.
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Shake off the winter blahs and join Lizzi this morning for songs, stories, and crafts about critters! No registration required--just drop by. ... See moreSee less

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As our team approaches stop build day for the 2018 FRC season would like to take a moment to thank our many sponsors for this season. Without their valuable contributions our team would not be able to field a robot and more importantly further our team vision of developing responsible, positive contributors to each other and their local communities ... See moreSee less

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Yoga class is cancelled tonight. We will continue on Friday the 23rd. Have a great Sunday! ... See moreSee less

TGI#FlashbackFriday Movie Night!
Bring your own pillow and blanket and join us at the library TONIGHT, 5-8 pm, for popcorn, candy, drinks, and a screening of the family classic The Lion King!

Please note that seating is limited and is first come, first served, so plan accordingly. All ages are welcome, but kids under 12 must be accompanied by an adult. Thanks!
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Tremont Police Department shared Illinois State Police District 9 Springfield's post.

The State Police has done a great of breaking down the car seat law. Check it out!
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Illinois State Police District 9 receives many questions regarding when a child can be moved to a booster seat or no longer needs a booster seat. Here is a cheat sheet of sorts to help answer some of those questions. The law requires children to be properly secured in a child restraint system. On the side of the child safety seat or booster seat will be information regarding the weight for which the seat is rated.

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Confusing when you have different instructions on car seat manuals talking about height and weight versus age.

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Thanks for the post. Here was my question on this topic to the ISP. "I have a 12 yr old, 5'9", 185 lb. son. He's bigger than 75% of females of any age and many 16 - 18 old males sitting and/or driving in the front. The law dictates a height for booster. Why not front passengers? Would I be given a ticket if stopped?"

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Jillian Rosenberger - info to save

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Reminder about book donations:

This morning, three large boxes and one large bag of books were left at the back door of the Library. While we DO take (and welcome!) donations for our Turkey Festival Book Sale, donations should be dropped off only during hours of operation. If donations are larger than one box or bag, we hugely appreciate a call ahead of time, since we don't have unlimited storage space and our sorting process takes time.

We know folks are cleaning out shelves and basements this time of year, so we field a lot of calls about donations. Here are donation guidelines, for those who are curious:
We take most gently used books, dvds, or cds in good, resalable condition. We cannot accept reference items (textbooks, medical books, encyclopedias, dictionaries, etc) or VHS tapes. Please check the condition and type of your donations before you bring them in.

Thank you for understanding, and thank you for supporting your community Library!
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Our next Young Adult Book Club (ages 13-18) meets Tuesday, February 20, 7-8pm at Eli's. This month's book, Bone Gap, is fascinating and beautiful. If you'd like to join us, we still have a few available copies at the library. ... See moreSee less

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Tremont District Library shared their event.

It's finally time for our stuffed animal sleepover! Children from birth through 3rd grade: bring your pal to the library anytime Monday, February 12 through Wednesday, February 14. On Wednesday night, after the library lights go out, the stuffed animal shenanigans begin!
Then join us on Thursday evening (6:30pm) to enjoy a story and activity and to see what mischief the animals got into.

In-person (with animal!) registration required.
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