The Marshall District Library offers about 60 programs each month. All programs at the Marshall District Library are free and open to the public. For programs where seating is limited, library cardholders have priority access to event registration for the first three days. The remaining spaces will be available to the general public beginning on the fourth day of registration. Registration opens two weeks in advance of any event. Check our events calendar for the most up-to-date events, or read about the some of our programs here:
After School Engagement Activities
During the school year, the library offers at least one activity per day for middle school students to participate in during the after school hours. Activities include Zumba & Bokwa classes, movies, magic workshops, photography lessons, game days, craft projects, and a monthly book discussion. These program are part of the library’s AMAZE (Art, Music, Acting, Zumba and Education) program made possible by the generous support of the Marshall Community Foundation.
MDL hosts 4 book clubs each month for a variety of age groups and schedules. Click here for more information.
Early Literacy Development
This includes story, music, and movement programs including Baby Time, Toddler Time, Little Tykes Storytime, and the “Read to Oscar” therapy dog reading program.
Programs are held for adults on relevant subjects such as financial education, consumer health, gardening, literature, and history. Partnerships with local businesses and organizations that are willing to share information are essential to providing this programming.
Summer and Winter Reading Programs
The library hosts engaging and motivational programs to keep library users reading all year long.