Virtual Library Tour
Maud Smith Marks
… our community
Memorial Brick Garden
Bricks donated in honor/memory
of our customers and friends
From Ranch to Branch
Scenes from the life of Maud Smith Marks of
the LH7 Ranch, the library’s namesake
Plow from the _H7 (LH7) Ranch
Kelly Boss Plow from _H7 Ranch on display in Foyer
Donated by Atha Marks Dimon and Maudeen Marks, daughters of Maud Smith Marks
Friends of the
Great bargains at this ongoing
sale located in library entrance.
Monthly Sales held in meeting
room throughout the year.
Proceeds are used to fund:
New Books & Magazines
CDs & DVDs
Educational & computer classes
Much, much more!
Children’s books and audios, computers for kids,
and weekly programs for all age levels.
Customer Service Desk
Meet the friendly staff at the Maud
Smith Marks Branch Library.
Periodical Reading Area
Check out your
Adult Information Desk
Located in the Popular Nonfiction area
Popular Nonfiction Area
Used for ESL classes. Also available for small group
reservations and individual study. Horse optional.
Public computers are equipped with the Internet and
library catalog, Microsoft Office and other programs.
Surf the web on your own computer
using our Wi-Fi network
English as a
Over 80 students taught by volunteer tutors
Students make friends, learn life skills, prepare for
citizenship, search for jobs and learn to help their
children with homework.
Free Computer Training Classes Offered
Internet · Databases (Genealogy, Medical, Legal, Business) · Microsoft Office
Our Community at the Library
For infants ages 0-1
Thursdays @ 10:15 & 11:00 a.m.
Interactive program featuring nursery
rhymes, songs and finger plays
(ages 1- 2)
@ 10:15 AM
& 11:15 AM
@ 10:15 AM
For children 3-5 years old
Wednesdays @ 11:15 AM
Summer Reading Program
Sign up for
lots of great
tons of fun