After closing the library building temporarily as a precautionary measure due to COVID-19, we are happy to announce that we are again open for all of our services.
Thursdays at 8 PM (Starting October 8th) join Story Teller Bob for some family-friend True Ghost Stories on our YouTube Channel
Maker Space Junior presents Fall-themed crafts
MGPL Staff has worked hard to come up with fun and useful Fall-themed Take And Make crafts for adults to enjoy. For seven weeks
The Aspire Program at Marion Technical College (MTC) is a tuition-free service for people who need to work on basic math, reading, or writing skills that help them be more successful in their college courses, their employment situation, or their preparations for taking a high school equivalency (HSE) exam. Both college students and non-college students participate in Aspire classes.
Every summer for more than twenty years, the Mount Gilead Public Library has offered a summer reading program to keep kids and their family’s active and reading all summer long. While this year certainly had its challenges, the library is happy to call its 2020 Summer Reading Program a success.
Per Gov. Mike DeWine's announcement, the Mount Gilead Public Library will require all able individuals to wear a mask. Children under 10 may be in the library without a mask, though wearing one is highly recommended. We will continue to limit the number of people in the library at one time as well as continuing with our already in place social distancing measures. Curbside pick-up remains an option for all current card holders.
The Mount Gilead Public Library is looking for a friendly, energetic and customer focused individual to join our team in serving as part-time Library Aide for an average of 21 hours/week.
The board of the Mount Gilead Public Library is pleased to announce that Melissa Kipp has been named as its new Library Director.
Sign-Up today to have Storytime To-Go kits made for your reader. Each kit contains three to six books, activity page and at-home craft.
The Mount Gilead Public Library drive-up window (only) is now a distribution site for at-home COVID-19 test kits. “You drive up, ask for a kit and give some basic information and drive away,” said library director Melissa Kipp. "The process is easy and quick - and free.” No test kits will be handed out inside of the building.