Thank You! Aaron Michell and Backwoods Realty
for supporting our library with your awesome donation of $3,500.00. You are wonderful supporters of the community and we truly appreciate you.
Additionally, Aaron is in the process of creating a "Friends of the Library" group
A friends group is an important part of promoting the library and generating funds for special projects. If you are interested and want more information, please contact Aaron Michell at (231)743-6995 or email him at email@example.com
New at the Marion Public Library!!!
to find out how to access these new services!
Michigan Activity Pass
Free or discounted passes to state parks, campgrounds, museums, art exhibits, farms, gardens, lighthouses, music, theaters, historic sites, recreation areas, & more! SEARCH all across Michigan for fun activities!
PRINT out special deal passes from your library!
Join the Illuminovelist Writer's Group
Every Other Friday
12:00 p.m. in the Library conference room
October 27th, November 10 & 24, December 8 & 22, etc.
If you're a writer or want to become a writer, this group is for you. Toss ideas around, ask advice, learn what it takes to be a writer or how to publish!! This is an excellent opportunity to hone your writing skills in a welcoming, relaxed atmosphere.
For more information, contact
Peggy Hoard at (231) 667-9970
Join us Thursday, September 20th, at 7:00 p.m. for a special program.
is an author and newspaper columnist.
She will be sharing stories of her life in Central Michigan and of her world travels. Her stories are about family, raising children, putting her dad in a long-term care center, etc.
Roxie's books will be available for sale.
Michigan's Electronic Library! Databases, Reference Desk, Practice Tests, Search Books, Articles and much more.
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MONDAY THRU FRIDAY 10:00 - 5:00
SATURDAYS 10:00 - 12:00
Located in the Village of Marion, MI
Michigan Electronic Catalog!
Search for books, audio, movies, music and more!
Click on the link above.
MeLCat Statewide Catalog is the centralized union catalog and resource sharing service created to share materials among all types of libraries in Michigan, regardless of the local circulation system they use. MeLCat contains up-to-date holdings from all participating libraries. While the ability to search MeLCat is open to everyone, only eligible patrons from participating libraries may request materials to be delivered to their home libraries.
for young adults and adults.
This project was funded by a grant from the Osceola County Community Foundation, a geographic affiliate of Fremont Area Community Foundation.