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 books, CDs, DVD's, ebooks, eaudiobooks, 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.
Stop by the library to see all that we have to offer!
Join us for a special Human Library--part of Kind Community’s Kind Week. Tuesday, September 20, from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m., we will host a collection of six all-new Human Books.
At a Human Library, guests gather around a Human Book and listen to a chapter of their lives. This is an extraordinary opportunity to hear first-hand accounts of life chapters many of us will never experience.
The program is free and open to the public. For more information call Amy at 232-1263 ext. 106. For more information on all Kind Week events, visit kindcom.org.
We are looking for a few good yearbooks, from Pocatello High Schools, so we can have two copies of each year. Our goal is to have a "browsing" copy to be placed out on the library's shelves for the public and an "archive" copy to be kept as a back-up.
"We have people who use the yearbooks to do research for an upcoming class reunion, take a quick trip down memory lane, or help a minor get a library card," said Trent Clegg, Reference Specialist for the Marshall Public Library. "Like any publicly available and well-used book, these annuals start to show their age after a while."
Anyone interested in donating a yearbook can contact Trent Clegg at 232-1263 ext. 106 or via email at email@example.com.