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.
Give the gift of life. Make an appointment by calling 1-800-RED-CROSS or go to their website http://www.redcrossblood.org/.
Kids, bring your stuffed friends for a fun event at the library! Kids and their stuffed friends will join us for a bedtime story, and then the stuffed animals will enjoy a sleepover at the Library! Your friends can be picked up the next morning, where you can also pick up a special surprise from their visit! For ages 2-6.
Playtime for caregivers and little ones aged 1-2 years. This is a time for parents and caregivers to get together and chat while little ones can play and explore. Join us on the fourth Saturday of the month at 11:00 AM.
Kids, are you creative or artistic? Do you love sweet treats? Get ready for a fun-filled afternoon decorating cupcakes at the library. There will be lots of fun themes to choose from! All supplies will be provided. For ages Kindergarten-Sixth Grade. Registration required. Program is full.
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!
Lunch with the Library brings together the Library’s longstanding summer reading tradition with a lunchtime meal, in an effort to combat summer learning loss and summer hunger. The Library will distribute free meals to youth (ages 0-18) Mondays through Fridays throughout the summer at Memorial Health Pavilion. No lunches on July 4.
Fun games, activities, and special guests, Mondays through Summer Reading! For ages 7-11
The whole family can come and enjoy songs and stories with us!
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.