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Next phase for library service coming JUNE 15th

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Effective June 15, the Illinois Heartland Library System will start up interlibrary loan delivery service again. The request system will once again be turned on so you can order items we do not own locally. The delivery service will be temporarily halted the last week of June to reevaluate any issues of driver or library employee safety but with luck will start up again by July.

By that time, the state and the library may be ready for phase 4 of reopening. We are still trying to access PPE for staff and patron use. The supply chain seems to be loosening up again after the initial “out-of-stock” runs.

On behalf of the entire Tri-City staff, we want to say we miss our patrons and friends and look forward to the next phase of re-opening.

LIBRARY BOARD OF TRUSTEES ELECTION PETITIONS AVAILABLE

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Tri-City Public Library District
600 South Main Street, PO Box 211
Buffalo, IL 62515
217-364-8181
Fax: 217-364-8266
Email: tricitylibrary@gmail.com
CONTACT: Chet Brandt, Head Librarian

BUFFALO – September 16, 2020 – Petitions for the election to be held on April 6, 2021 are available beginning Tuesday, September 22 at the Tri-City Public Library at 600 S. Main Street in Buffalo. Three library board trustee positions are up for election for four-year terms. One library board trustee position is up for election to a two-year term. Anyone interested in running for these positions may pick up a petition and candidate’s packet at the Library during regular business hours. The Library is open Tuesday through Thursday 11:00 am – 7:00 pm and Friday and Saturday 10:00 am – 4:00 pm. For more information, contact Chet Brandt at 217-364-8181.

Library open for a limited time on December 7th 2020

Acceptance of nominating petitions for library board of trustees

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Head Librarian Chet Brandt will be at the Library from 10 am to 1 pm on Monday, December 14. This is the first day under state law that allows those interested in running for the Library Board of Trustees to file petitions for the April 6, 2021 Consolidated Election.

While petitions can be received until December 21, the order in which petitions are received determine the order that nominees will appear on the April 6 ballot.

Click read more to learn more about the process and details

Read Beyond the Beaten Path: The Tri-City Summer Reading Program

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The Tri-City Public Library will be offering a series of programs, activities and prizes for this year’s summer reading program. Beginning on Wednesday, June 8 and running until Saturday, July 30, the library will be offering a wide range of activities on Wednesday evenings throughout the summer.

This year’s theme is “Read Beyond the Beaten Path.” The focus will be on summer camping, outside activities, food, animals, music and crafts. The June 8 kickoff will feature the Richard Landry and Snow Ball Magic Show. After that each Wednesday there will be a variety of activities, from camping demonstrations, fire safety demonstrations, campfire songs with Marty Morris and we will welcome the first day of summer with free Kona Ice treats provided by the Library.

Click Read More to learn more details about the program

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