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teen - tie-dye
july 15th, 1:00-3:00 pm

Teens aged 12+, stop by the library to tie dye your own canvas bag! All materials will be provided, but please note that they will need to be rinsed & dried at home. 

"camp-in" -
july 16th 1:00-3:00 pm

All ages are welcome to enjoy camping indoors with Miss Kelly! We will have snacks, crafts, indoor s’mores making, and games! 

Did you know anyone with an InfoSoup library card can use our library? Library cards are FREE, and anyone can get one! Come visit us today... we're so much more than just books!

Explore our state-wide digital library, with over 50,000 ebook and 18,000 audiobook titles. Login with your InfoSoup Library card and PIN. Works with most mobile devices including Kindle. For other mobile devices we recommend using the Libby App.

OverDrive Magazines have no circulation cap and allow unlimited simultaneous use, so you can enjoy every issue of every magazine. With smart tags in Libby, you can be notified when each new issue is released.

TumbleBook Library are animated, talking picture books that have been created from existing picture books from well-known publishers and authors and converted to the TumbleBook format. From outside a library all you need is your library card number to use TumbleBooks.


Marion Advertiser photo

The Marion Advertiser

In Library Use Only. Back issues of The Marion Advertiser are now available for viewing via USB drive. Volumes on the drive are from 1895-2019, and can only be viewed on the library’s public computers.

Check out the ever growing collection of local history resources available online 24/7. These full-text and image resources include census records, birth, marriage & death records, immigration and military records, directories, passenger lists, maps, postcards, city directories, local histories, newspaper articles, and more.

In Library Use Only. Answers await everyone—whether professional or hobbyist, expert or novice, genealogist or historian—inside the more than 7,000 available databases. Here, you can unlock the story of you with sources like censuses, vital records, immigration records, family histories, military records, court and legal documents, directories, photos, maps, and more.