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We have something for everyone:

Adults, Teens, Children

For specific dates and times for the current month, check out our Calendar of Events!

Adults age 18 and up

Adult Book Discussion Group - This group meets on the 2nd Wednesday of each month at 6:30 PM. Books for this discussion are available at the Patron Services Desk. Call 740-387-0992 for more information.

Tuesday Night Movie - The first Tuesday of each month at 5:30 PM, come to library for a cinematic experience. Free snacks and a door prize!

Prospect Public Library

The Prospect branch of the Marion Public Library was established in 1937, with the All Arts Club of Prospect taking the lead in starting the branch. The first home of the library was a room above Stuckey Market. Later it was moved to a downstairs location across the street in a building owned by the late C.E. Almendinger.

Henkle-Holliday Memorial Library

The LaRue branch was the first of the branches to be established. It opened in November, 1936 with the cooperation of the Twentieth Century Club as a memorial to Mrs. J. D. Henkle, a charter member of the Club. The Mrs. Ferol Holliday estate gave a bequest for the branch in 1971.
When the LaRue village council provided additional space for the branch in the Town Hall, the Marion Public Library board used the Holliday bequest to completely renovate the branch. Work on the Henkle-Holliday Memorial Library was completed in 1980.
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