Welcome to Pocatello's
Marshall Public Library
Located in historic Old Town Pocatello, the Marshall Public Library has been serving the Pocatello community for over 100 years. Our collection includes over 160,000 items, including books, CDs, DVD's, magazines, newspapers, and even puppets for check-out.
Our online Research Tools include thousands of complete magazines, journals, and newspapers, encyclopedias, small engine and auto repair information, and genealogy resources.
Internet and word processing computers and Wi-Fi are available at the library, as well as story times, movies, crafts and a variety of programs all year long for children, teens, and adults.
The library's web site was created with you in mind. Take a look around, then leave a comment on our blog or facebook page. We'd love to hear your feedback. And stop by the library to see all that we have to offer!
Superfoods: Fad or Fact?
MPL’s new health series You and Your Health @ Your Library presents the program Super Foods: Fad or Fact?
Join Registered Dietician Mallory Summers, RD, LD, at MPL on Monday, June 29, at 6:30 to find out. You will also have a chance to ask questions and sample some delicious healthy foods!
This program is free and open to all members of the public. For more information check out the event on our facebook page.
Summer Reading Registration
If you missed our Summer Reading Kick-off on June 1st, don't worry there is still time to get registered. This year you can register in the Library OR online all summer long! We have lots of fun programs planned for all ages so make sure you come in and check them out.
For online registration: click here
Print your Summer Reading logs: Adults-click here
Super Readers have been visiting the Pocatello area. Each Tuesday a new sighting will be posted in the adult fiction area at MPL and on the MPL facebook page. Name the locations next to the coordinating date on your form.
Download form by clicking here.
Forms with 7 or more correct answers will be entered into a drawing. Turn in completed form at the circulation desk from Aug. 4 to Aug. 15 at the Marshall Public Library 113 S. Garfield Ave. Winners will be notified and announced on our facebook page.