Marion Public Library 445 East Church Street Marion, OH 43302 740-387-0992 marionlibrary.org Gary Branson, Executive Director Board of Trustees Patrick Carey President Jennifer Donelson Blake Gates Malcolm Goodman Carol Lathrop David Williamson Phyllis Butterworth Main Library Hours Monday-Thursday: 9 a.m.-8 p.m. Friday-Saturday: 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Sunday 1 p.m.-4 p.m. (Labor Day to Memorial Day) Branch Hours: Monday & Thursday: 2:00 – 6:00 p.m. Caledonia Public Library 419-845-3666 Henkle-Holliday Memorial Library, LaRue 740-499-3066 Prospect Public Library 740-494-2684 # staffpicks Need one-on-one help? facebook.com/mplohio @MarionPublicLib @MarionPublicLib FOLLOW us on: MarionPublicLib VolunteersNEEDED tostaff the BookMarket. Our gift shop can only open when there are volunteers to work in the store. Our goal is to be open any time the library is open. Do you have a few hours a week (or month) you can donate to help make that happen?? > Training available > Set your own hours > Annual volunteer recognition > Low key environment Email us today at: Bookmarks@MarionLibrary.org Learn more at: MarionOHBookmarks.org Need some extra help with a problem or question? Book a Librarian for an in-library 30-60 minute session to work through that problem. We can help with research, digital library questions, computer programs, job searching, resume writing, and more! 740-387-0992 to Schedule a Session! MarionLibrary.org/ book-a-librarian Kim H. enjoyed this thriller about a struggling actor hired to entrap straying husbands that is asked to lure a likely murderer to confess. Katie liked this sci-fi read about a British spy who uses her superpowers to discover and stop a secret Nazi invasion of England. Ben enjoyed this political thriller about a potential war between present-day Russia and the US with some futuristic weapons. James recommends this book of myths and facts about animals, with some really unusual things you might not have known about them. MPL Mission Statement: The Marion Public Library enhances the quality of life in our community by encouraging reading and the pursuit of lifelong learning.