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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.

119 East California
Marceline, MO 64658

9:00am - 5:00pm

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Growing Readers Club - How does it work? Librarians will choose 2 to 3 books for you that will relate to the monthly theme. The materials will be checked out to you at the Marceline Carnegie Library, and available for pick up in the first week of the month. Included with the books, will be a craft and a small treat to keep. Your books will be due back on the first Friday of the following month, if you have not finished your books, you may contact the library to renew them. Books with a hold list (another patron is waiting for them) cannot be renewed. You may opt out of the Growing Readers program at any time, by contacting the Marceline Carnegie Library. Sign up here.


February 26, 2024 at 2:00pm - Marceline History Connection meeting at the Walsworth Community Center. Come help identify a portion of a 1939 home movie of Marceline.

February 26, 2024 from 4:00pm to 5:00pm at the Walsworth Community Center - Commemorative Book Tour Kickoff. No Turnin' Back G57 Michael L. Parson. Over 300 pages of text and photos (all color). Hard cover with color dust jacket. Profits support Moving Missouri Forward Foundation (JAG-Missouri, children with special needs, and other programs focused on children across Missouri). Published by Walsworth. $30. From a meager beginning in the small town of Wheatland in Hickory County to the highest political office in the State of Missouri, there is no script for the story of Govenor Michael L. Parson's life. This is a "Made in America" story. Anything is possible! Governor Parson believes that he, his wife Teresa, and his family have truly lived the American Dream. Michael L. Parson is proof that the American Dream can become reality.

March 14, 2024 at the library - First annual Pi Day Pie Sale. Starts at 10am until all pies are sold. March 14 is known as Pi Day (3.14). There will be a variety of pies to buy. Proceeds will be used to help with the library's programs. Please bring cash or check for your purchase.

March 21, 2024 at 10:00am - Little Listeners at the Marceline Carnegie Library. Join us for crafts, songs, stories and hands-on activities. For more information, contact Joyce or Elaine at 660-376-3223.

Weekend of May 3 and 4, 2024 - Marceline City Wide Spring Garage Sales. Sponsored by the Friends of the Library. Download your form to be on the map. The cost is $10 for 25 word description or less, and $5 for additional words on the map. The deadline to have the form filled out is Monday, April 29.