From board books for the small, exploring hands of an infant first experiencing books to large print books for older residents with failing eyesight, our collection reflects the diverse needs and interests of our community. Our collection includes books, DVDs, and a reference collection. Through participation in the statewide interlibrary loan program, we provided greater access to materials by connecting patrons with materials not available in our our collection.
With a carefully curated collection, we encourage reading by children and adults and engage them in learning.
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Marathon Public Library is the only publicly available digital access point in our community.
From basic services such as printing and fax to more advanced STEM- focused resources such as coding robots and 3D printing, we provide resources and services that bridge the digital divide and help ensure that all community members have “full electronic participation in society,” regardless of their socio-economic or educational status.
Our Staff Members Dara Cavness and Katie Hector:
In their most important role, our Staff serves as counselors to our community forming supportive bonds with residents and visitors.