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Marshall Public Library, Pocatello, Idaho
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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, DVDs, 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!

Babysitting Clinic

This class is full. If you would like to be added to our waiting list please sign up here. We will contact the people on the waiting list by Thursday, May 28th if any spots become available.

It's that time of year again! We will hold our annual free Babysitting clinic on Saturday May 30, 2015 from 9:30am to 2pm.

This course is for the 11-14 year-old to introduce them to the basics of babysitting. We will have guest speakers covering safety, first aid, child development, introduction to CPR, simple crafts and an introduction to the wealth of resources the library has to offer.

New eBooks

We have purchased over 20 new eBooks from Gale Educational Resources. These titles can be found listed in the library catalog with links to the content, through our resource centers link under the Research Tools menu at the top of this page, or by clicking here

You will need the password for Gale resources listed in the “Library in Your Pocket!” pamphlet. The content is not downloaded but requires an active internet connection. They do not check out, but are available all the time to as many patrons as wish to use them. Ask a librarian for help if you have any problems.