Marysville Public Library offers a variety of programs for all age groups. Click on the drop-down Categories button below to select the types of programs you’re interested in viewing.
Deborah Carder will speak about newspaper research in a presentation entitled “Grandpa’s in the Newspaper.” Everyone is welcome to attend.
Join us at the Raymond branch to catch up with your neighbors while working on your own craft or scrapbooking project.
Whether you want to learn how to play, or already do, come join us as we start our new Dungeons and Dragons group! We are looking to use this program to launch a regular meeting to play the world’s greatest adventure game! No experience necessary! Ages 11+
Enjoy songs and stories! For ages Birth- 24 months old.
Toddler Time is a storytime for ages 2 & 3 years. Enjoy songs and stories with us!
The whole family can come and enjoy songs and stories with us!
Dance and sing with us at the Library! Join us on the fourth Tuesday each month at 11:00 AM for a fun and interactive music program for kids 2-6 and their caregivers.
Celebrate Earth Day by feeding the feathered friends in your own backyard! Join us as we create handmade bird feeders! Attendees will be able to take a tree home as well!
Registration is not required, but encouraged, and can be done here: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/60b0c48afa829a2f49-diybird
Trivia! Join us at Boston’s for three rounds of general trivia. Bring the whole family! Participants are welcome to purchase food and drink if they choose.
Leah is the critically acclaimed author of five novels including The History of Us and Body of a Girl. She has been a recipient of an NEA Literature Fellowship and a Sachs Fund Prize. She is a
professor in the Creative Writing program at the University of Cincinnati.
Starting with Baby Storytime, we offer activities for kids 0-18 (see Tweens/Teens also.) Reading and learning is a life-long process, so check our programming calendar for activities like Lego Club, Pages and Paws, Craft Programs, and more!
For ages 11-18, we offer Teen Mystery Nights, Crafts, and special programming like writing workshops and yoga.
Book Clubs include a Dish and Dine Club (trying new recipes), and book discussions during afternoon and evening hours. We also offer craft programs, history and topical workshops, and technology help, including one-on-one device or computer help.