Marceline Carnegie Library
Our mission is to provide resources and services to the community and visitors. To meet the information, technology, and cultural needs of residents of Marceline and surrounding areas.
August 31 at 7:00pm at Bethany Baptist Church - Randy Turner "Connections Between the Andy Griffith Show and Disney" A writer and lifelong fan of The Andy Griffith Show, Randy is the author of the book Mayberry Firstsand the creator of the Mayberry Day-by-Day Flip Book Calendar. A regular contributor to the fan podcast Two Chairs, Now Waiting. Randy enjoys traveling and speaking about The Andy Griffith Show, spreading the spirit of Mayberry to others. www.mayberrybooks.com
September 6 - The library will be closed for Labor Day.
September 17 and 18 - Marceline City Wide Fall Garage Sale sponsored by the Friends of the Library. The deadline to have your form filled out is Monday, September 13 at 5:00pm. The fee of $10 for 25 words or less, and $5 for additional words will be due at the time to insure your listing will be added. The copies will be available for pick up Wednesday, September 15. Download your form here.
September 25 from 9:00am to 1:00pm - Marceline Carnegie Library Book Walk. Stop in the library between 9am to 1pm to participate in our Annual Book Walk. This is for families with children ages 0-15 years old. One booklet per family please. You will stroll down Main Street USA to find corresponding pages and fill in the missing words, once you have completed the booklet, return to the library to be entered into our drawing. The booklet is for you to keep.
October 1 - The library will be closed.
October 1 from 2:00pm to 8:00pm and October 2 from 10:00am to 4:00pm, at the Walsworth Community Center - 19th Annual Friends of the Marceline Carnegie Library Quilt and Fiber Art Show "Sew Through the Decades". Join us to view many beautiful quilts, table runners, toppers, miniatures, wall hangings, bags, as well as weaving, knitting, crochet and embroidery. Plan to enjoy our presentations, quilt raffle, hourly prizes, silent auction, vendors, and food available throughout the day.
October 2 at 1:00pm at the Walsworth Community Center - Pandemic Projects - Bring up to two sewing or handwork projects you completed during the past year as we all dealt with the pandemic. We will have fun sharing these projects using a game format. This will be a great way to see wonderful projects, gather new ideas and hae plenty of laughs.