The public library is where place and possibility meet.

--Stuart Dybek

February Events

Blind Date with a Book

Blind Date with a Book

Choose a wrapped book based on the clues and/or description.  Check out the book(s) and pick up a package of M&M's. After reading the book, return the 'Rate Your Date' bookmark by Monday, March 8 to be entered into a drawing for a heartfelt prize.   

Book of the Month category for February:  Seeing Red

Read a young adult or adult-level fiction or non-fiction book with the word 'red' in the title or with red on the cover.  

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Great Backyard Bird Count

Pick up a bird watching packet which includes a backyard bird tally, bingo card, grab-n-go craft, and more!  Spend 15 minutes counting the birds in your backyard as part of the Great Backyard Bird Count on February 12-15.  Participants who return their bingo card will be entered into a drawing for a handcrafted bird feeder.

Storywalk (R)
Book walking

Can you walk and read at the same time? You can now!  Beginning at the Crockett entrance, walk around the library and read Bear Sees Colors.  Then, come inside and let us know you can walk and read and receive a packet of activities related to the book. 

Curbside Service Available

Marshall Public Library is open to the public at a 50% occupancy level per Governor Abbott's Executive Order. We are happily providing curbside pick-up of library materials for anyone who needs this service.  Reserve your books online via your library account or call the library.  

Library Curbside Pick-Up