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Marilla Free Library

Marilla Free Library
    Library Info

    11637 Bullis Rd.
    Marilla, NY 14102
    United States

    Fax: 716-652-7449
    Shannon Thompson, Director

    Located near the intersection of Bullis Road and Two Rod Road (Route 358) in the Town of Marilla. Handicapped accessible. Parking lot available. Drop box available.

    Public Access Computers: 8 computers, including 2 laptops, networked. Microsoft Office Applications and Internet Access. Printing from the computer: B&W 10 cents per page, color 25 cents per page.  "What can I do at a Public Access Computer?"

    Copy machine available, copies 15 cents each for letter size.

    A Meeting Room is available for Library Programs and may be used by nonprofit organizations and groups.  A Meeting Room Application must be completed.  Meeting Room Application and Rules of Use

    Friends of the Marilla Free Library

    The Friends of Marilla Free Library is an active group coordinating and promoting community activities at the library. They hold a book sale as an annual event in the fall.  The Friends raise money to support the library and children's programs.  The Firends have sponsored the Make a Graham Cracker Program and Lego Club. The Friends of Marilla Free Library are always looking for new members. Please consider being a Friend of the Library!

    • Marilla Free Library

      Book Club - The Weird Sisters by Eleanor Brown will be discussed on Tuesday, February 27.  New members are always welcome. Please stop in or call for more information.

      Solar Eclipse Program with the Buffalo Museum of Science - Saturday, March 9 we will learn about the upcoming eclipse. The Buffalo Museum of Science will be presenting information about the upcoming eclipse and a demonstration with a 4' inflatable sun!  All ages are welcome to attend.  Registration is required. 

      Build a Leprechaun Trap - Thursday, March 12 at 6:00 pm.  Those mischievous leprechauns are everywhere and they're up to no good!  We will make traps to catch silly little leprechauns and get our hands on that pot o'gold.  Children will use everyday household objects to build a trap.  The program is for age 5 to 12. Registration is required. 

      March Madness Tournament of Books during the month of March. Read select picture books, the list is available at the library. Vote to narrow down the list of contenders and crown the 2024 picture book champion. Each round you vote, your name will be entered into a drawing for a chance to win a prize. 

      Friends of the Library

      The Friends of the Marilla Free Library will be having in-person meeting on March 5 at 7:00 pm.  New or interested members are welcome.  The meeting will be held at the Marilla Free Library.  Please call the library at 652-7449 for more information.    


      Curbside and Walk-Up Service is still be available during open hours – please call the library at 652-7449 for more information or to schedule a pick up   Click here for more information on how to place an order. 


      Previously record virtual programming, STEM and Arts & Crafts with Ms. Shannon are still available on Facebook 

       Past activities that can be found on our Facebook Page:  Magic Milk, Rubber Rainbow Eggs, Homemade Ice Cream, Make a Catapult, Cardboard Marble Run, Elephant Toothpaste, Rock Candy, Rainbow Rain, Inflate a Balloon with Pop Rocks, Exploding Baggie, Walking Water, Homemade Lava Lamp and Build a Tent for figurine

      Past activities that can be found on our Facebook page:  Decorating Easter Eggs three different ways. We used Rice, Markers and Whip Cream. Simple Suncatchers  Spring Template, Make a Book, Window Painting, Mother's Day Craft, Race Car, Memorial Day Star Wreath, Bubble Art, Marble Paper Art, Play Stethoscope and Blood Pressure Cuff  Doctor Templates, Father's Day Crafts: Cards and Sharpie Marker Mugs, and a Light up Campfire, Shark Puppet Template, Gnome Hat Pattern




      Lawn Games

      The Marilla Free Library has lawn games available for a 7-day loan period. 

      We have Yardzee / Farkle, Bocce Ball, Jenga, Croquet, Viking Bowling, Kan Jam, and Ladder Ball. 

      Items must be borrowed from and returned to the Marilla Free Library with an Adult Card.  Stop by the library or call for more information.

      Croquet mallets and balls in the grass