August 8 - 13 is Back-to-School Fine Forgiveness Week!
Bring in new, unused Fiskar Scissors, 8 Count Markers, Pencil Boxes, or Glue Sticks for the Marshall County Resource Center and have your late fees forgiven!
Fine Forgiveness only applies to returned material.
Lost or damaged material fees cannot be removed.
Fine forgiveness for late fees exceeding $15.00 must be approved by a Branch Manager.
Families with children of all ages are invited to this healthy cooking program that will include games and crafts. Children and their adult(s) will learn how to prepare healthy snacks, and even get some hands-on experience by preparing the Snack of the Week together!
The program is the second Monday of every Month and runs from 4 - 5 PM.
This program will be held at our @Hardin branch in partnership with the Marshall County Extension Office.
On August 12th from 6pm - 8pm @Benton, join panelists Justin Crowell, Paducah Police Department, Wes Spencer, Chief Information Officer at FNB Bank, and Zach Martin, Digital Media Coordinator for the Marshall County Public Library. Panelists will be talking about how to keep your kids safe in this online culture, discussing the very real risks that come along with kids being online, and showing attendees steps you can take to protect your young loved ones.
August 12th from 6pm - 8pm. All ages are welcome to attend, but due to subject matter, parental discretion is advised. Snacks will be provided.
Special Thanks to FNB Bank for their support of this program.
On Monday, August 22 starting at 6pm @Benton, Barnyard SignCo will be on hand to teach painting techniques. Backyard SignCo will be leading those in attendence in painting a pumpkin door hanger for the fall.
There will be an $18 supply fee. Participants must preregister & prepay. Spaces are limited and are filling up quickly! Preregister by clicking here.