The public library is where place and possibility meet.
COVID Vaccine Appointments
As vaccine appointments become available, the Library Squad happily helps individuals register for vaccine appointments either in person or over the phone.
To get on the handy-dandy notification list, call the library at (903) 935-4465 or email the library.
Want a faster, more reliable internet connection? In order to improve internet connectivity countywide, Harrison County leaders are partnering with Connected Nation and encouraging residents, businesses, and community organizations to share the good, bad, and ugly experiences with internet connectivity (or lack thereof).
Complete this surveyonline or pick up a paper copy at the library (only one survey needed per household).
Need internet service to complete homework, business, or personal tasks? Hotspots are now available to check-out for 3 weeks for adults with valid library cards. Reserve a hotspot online via library account or call the library at (903) 935-4465.
Questions? Call (903) 935-4465. Any Library Squad member will be happy to help!
Read a mystery or true crime novel involving a puzzle to solve.
Choose from either the Book of the Month, Read More, or Read Harder reading challenges. Individuals completing any challenge will receive a collectible mug and a ticket for the grand prize drawing to be held on January 10, 2022. Visit https://marshalltexas.beanstack.org to create an account and track reading on your phone or visit the library for a paper copy of your choice of challenge.
Curbside Service Available
Marshall Public Library is open to the public but we are happily providing curbside pick-up of library materials for anyone who needs this service. Reserve your books online via your library account or call the library at (903) 935-4465 between 9:30-5:30 Monday to Friday.