As of Monday, July 27th, the library is open to the public, with reduced capacity. Masks are required, and we’re asking people to limit their visits to 30 minutes.
Join us for VIRTUAL PJ STORYTIME on Wednesdays in July at 7:00 PM via FB LIVE!
Our library is open during regular hours of operation, with modified services.
Patrons can place holds for Marion Library-owned materials online and will be notified when their order is ready for pickup in our back entrance. www.owwl.org
Patrons may call to place holds. 315.926.4933 Please have library card # ready.
Masks must be worn when entering the building to retrieve materials, which will be labeled with patron’s name, in bag, all checked out and ready to go.
All materials returning to our library are being quarantined for 72 hours before handling for the safety of everyone.
The library will be closed on Saturday, July 4th.
You are invited to a series of Conversations on Race & Racism on three consecutive Tuesdays from 5:30 to 7:30 PM, on July 14, July 21, and July 28, 2020. This series will take place virtually via Zoom. You can join by phone or computer or both.
Come ready to listen, to share, and to transform!
Facilitated by Petra Page-Mann and Rebekah Williams, join us as we explore race and racism, dive deep and learn how to listen, seeding common ground and inspiring our individual and collective freedom.
Due to the sensitive nature of the workshop, participants are asked to register (using the form below) and we ask that you plan to join us for all three sessions. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER.
Conversations on Race & Racism are brought to you by the Naples Library. For more information, call (585) 374-2757.
Petra Page-Mann, Naples native, is a co-founder of Fruition Seeds, growing and sharing organic seeds regionally adapted for short seasons. Petra has been interested in social justice since childhood and is honored to share deeper conversations with our beloved community.
Rebekah Williams is a co-founder of Food for the Spirit, an organization committed to racial healing, ecological justice, and equitable food systems. With many years living and working in Western New York, Rebekah has experience encouraging youth leadership, social and racial justice, environmentalism, and the arts
Placing items on hold
- Use our online catalog to place a hold on the items you want.
- Only local items will be available.
- You will be notified via email or phone when your holds are ready for pick-up.
- Call the library to have items put on hold. 315-926-4933
- Only Marion Library-owned items will be available.
- Provide your library card #.
- You will be notified via phone when your holds are ready for pick-up.
Picking Items Up
- Mask/face covering requirements outlined in Executive Order 202.17 will be enforced when on library property.
- Proceed to the designated Pickup Area; Holds Pickup Area will be located at back entrance.
- Search for your name on the bag; handle only your bag.
- The items are already checked out to you; there is no need to visit the Circulation Desk.
- Once you have retrieved your holds, proceed to the exit; do not linger in the Pickup Area.
- Patrons who cannot medically enter the library are asked to contact the library so reasonable accommodation(s) for services can be made.
- Items cannot be returned to the Pickup Area; the Book Drop must be used for all returns.