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Infant Lap-Sit

  • Time:  Tuesdays at 11:00 a.m.
  • Location:  Story Time Room on the main floor of the Marshall Public Library.
  • Invited:  Babies (0-15 months suggested age) and caregivers(s). All babies must be accompanied by an adult lap.
  • Cost:  A FREE library program for fun and information.
  • Purpose:
    • To help your child start early with books and enhance their language development.
    • To help yourself learn more about children and have the opportunity to meet other parents and babies.
    • To encourage an early start with books and other language activities.
    • To provide an adult language model for the participating adults.
    • To attract new library users—young parents, non-reading parents, single parents and teen parents.
    • To provide socialization opportunity for parents and infants.
    • To improve library service to all members of families—grandparents and other children.

Tales for Tots

  • Time:  Mondays and Thursdays at 10:15 a.m. and 1:00 p.m.
  • Location:  Story Time Room on the main floor of the Marshall Public Library.
  • Invited:  All Ages
  • Cost:  A FREE library program for fun and information.
  • Length:  Each program lasts 30 – 45 minutes.
  • Activities:  Tales for Tots is a program for the entire family, which includes stories, gentle movement, music, and rhymes.

First Grade Visits in October

Every October, Marshall Public Library is happily overrun by first graders! Why? October is the month when all the elementary schools in our district bring their 1st grade students to the library for a special story time, a tour of the library, and a chance to check out a book.

During October, our regular story times and children’s activities are suspended. These resume in November. If you are the parent of a child in first grade, watch for information from your child’s teacher about the library field trip.

Marshall Public Library

113 South Garfield Avenue
Pocatello, Idaho  83204
Phone:  208-232-1263
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Did You Know?

The Library has four Book Discussion Groups that are free and open to the public. Join one today!

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