The Marion Public Library offers free access to the Internet with computers for public use as well as wireless Internet. Users must have a current library card. Laser printing available, $ .20 for black or $ .50 for color. Ask staff member for further information.
Fax available to send or receive for $1.00 per sheet.
Copies available, $.20 per copy.
Coffee$.75 per cup. Pay at desk.
Books can be placed on reserve by asking a staff member or by using the online catalog, www.owwl.org. When book is available, patron will be called or emailed.
Material not available at our library can be borrowed from other sources. Ask a staff member for assistance.
Cards are given to anyone six years of age and older. A parent signature is required for children under 14. Adults must provide picture identification with their current address.
A book drop in the back of the library is available for returns when the library is not open.
The Marion Public Library strives to provide the community with materials containing wide-ranging subject matter and expressing diverse viewpoints. Some of this material may not be suitable for children or teens. Parents differ in when they allow their children access to these adult-themed materials. Since parents are the best judge of what is appropriate for each individual child the Marion Public Library allows anyone, regardless of age, to checkout any items in the library. Parents have the responsibility to assure that the items their children obtain at the library comply with their personal views of age appropriateness.
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