About Marin City Library
Conveniently located in the Gateway Shopping Center in Marin City, we are an oasis for information–both digital and in print, and a place to gather, learn, mentor, and create.
- We provide storytimes for all ages, computer classes, after school math tutoring, and fun and thought-provoking programming for our community.
- Our library offers two ever-expanding collections that are unique to MCFL–adult and teen urban fiction. Drama, romance, struggle, and survival: find it all here.
Computers & Wi-Fi
We boast the largest computer lab in the MCFL system, and we offer hands-on technology mentorship and training, provided by the Marin WebStars.
- Computer reservations are recommended.
- 16 Internet stations
- 1 ADA accessible Internet station
- 2 Research stations
- 2 Children’s stations
- Free unlimited wireless access.
- To print to this location from your computer or mobile device, visit our MobilePrint page.
- 3D printer
Computer Tutoring by Appointment
- One-to-one computer tutoring sessions available by appointment:
Computer Basics, Internet Basics, or Email Basics.
Please sign up in advance by calling 415-332-6157.
Donating Books & Materials
- We accept small quantities of donations at the branch (due to limited storage space).
- Larger donations can be taken to the bookstore run by the Friends – Book Place.
- Books should be in good condition. We also accept DVDs, videos, CDs and magazines.
- We do not accept textbooks. (The Friends do not accept textbooks or magazines).
- Donated items are usually sold at the branch or at the Friends bookstore.
- Friends of the Marin County Free Library
- Friends of the Marin City Library
Got tech questions? Our WebStars have the answers.
- Headquartered in the Marin City Library, the program trains young people as technology ambassadors.
- The WebStars then serve our community, offering tutoring and troubleshooting with the following:
- Email, word processing, and basic hardware/software maintenance
- Social media, blogging, and photo sharing
- Webpage design, photo editing, and animation
- Watch the WebStars in action – Youtube commercial for WebStars
- Visit the WebStars online @ http://www.marinwebstars.org/
- Sign up for free computer classes online, in person, or by calling 415-332-6157.
The Marin City Library branch offers free 3D printing to library cardholders.
If you are ready to make an appointment to use the 3D printer, you can book it on the 3D Printer Calendar.
Please contact the Marin City Library at 415-332-6158 for more information. We look forward to working with you!
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