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The people of Pocatello are not used to being stuck inside. Indeed, there is so much to do in Pocatello, from the symphony to the skiing, it’s sometimes hard to know what to choose!
That’s changed recently, as many people are having to isolate themselves, and public gatherings are closing in order to “flatten the curve” with respect to the COVID-19 threat.
All is not lost, however, as Marshall Public Library has a fantastic collection of books, videos, and educational series that can be viewed online, and all free.
The library offers several online services, including Cloud Library, OverDrive, and kanopy, just to name a few. All you need to watch to your heart’s content is a library card.
If you don’t have a library card, Marshall’s dedicated staff can help. Just call them at (208) 232-1263 and they’ll set you up with a temporary card that will allow you to gain immediate access to all their great resources.
The online content is a great resource for the entire family! Their collection includes thousands of children’s media, in addition to classic and modern films and books that parents and seniors will enjoy.
To learn more, visit the Marshall Public Library website, at: