June 2022

5/27/22, 10:15 AM Customize Your Email https://em-ui.constantcontact.com/em-ui/em/page/em-ui/email#edit/activity/9d72969b-b0d7-4291-94f2-8735c97ecd63 2/6 Members of the American Legion Post #162 stopped by Marion Public Library to present a check to be used toward the continuing success of Marion's Imagination Library program. FREE AUTHOR PROGRAM Robert Jones, Jr and Jasmine Guillory Juneteenth Celebration Friday, June 17 We are connecting authors with the community to share cultural differences through the common practice of reading. Come check out a book or two to prepare for the Juneteenth Celebration where we are hosting two acclaimed authors in one night at your Library! Join us at 6pm for mingling, 7pm for the program, and 8pm for the book signing. Books by the authors will be available for purchase. This event is supplemented by a grant from Marion Community Foundation. Ohio Legal Help for all Ohioans Ohio Legal Help allows all Ohioans find plain language legal information, interactive forms/legal documents, and connections to local legal and community resources. The intuitive website guides you through a variety of legal topics including power of attorney, eviction, foreclosure, child custody, divorce, bankruptcy, and more. All information is reviewed by expert private and legal aid lawyers. Check out Ohio Legal Help to better understand legal options and find legal resources. Access from anywhere at https://www.marionlibrary.org/index.php/dbases/o. Book Discussions stop by, pick up a book, read and join the discussion. FICTION: June 7 @ 6pm Razorblade Tears: A Novel by S. A. Cosby NONFICTION: June 21 @ 6pm How We Fight For Our Lives: A Memoir by Saeed Jones Click to see the full 2022 Book Discussions List Summer Reading Fun is HERE!!! Marion Public Library and Let’s Read 20 team up to present Summer Reading Fun. This programing encourages kids to continue reading and participating in mentally stimulating activities in their time away from school. Libraries have hosted these programs for decades to combat the "Learning Slide", which describes a loss of educational gains made during the school year.