Travelling Displays

Marigold provides curated collections for travelling displays that your library may borrow. All of the titles made available with the display are immediately available for your patrons to borrow.

How does it work?

1. Book it - book the travelling display from Marigold. Contact your Consultant to book the display.

2. Receive it - Your library will receive the display kit on your van run. The kit includes:

  • A selection of titles
  • Wire display rack
  • Promotional posters
  • Promotional materials (brochures and/or bookmarks)

3. Use it - Set up the display in your library. Add related books from your own collection. Advertise the new display in your library communications. Check out titles to patrons. Keep the display rack as full as possible.

4. Return it - Return display materials to Marigold on or before the due date.

No hassle returns!

If a patron returns a book after you have already sent the display back to Marigold, don't worry - simply return the book to Marigold HQ on your next van run.


First Nations, Metis, and Inuit

This travelling display was created to expose people from all cultures to First Nations, Metis, and Inuit content.

Alberta award winners

Each year, Alberta authors and publishers are recognized through the WGA's Alberta Literary Awards, the BPAA's Alberta Book Publishing Awards, and the Alberta Readers' Choice Award. Join Marigold, the Writers' Guild of Alberta, and the Book Publishers Association of Alberta as we recognize these amazing Alberta bred books!

About this travelling display

This display was developed in partnership with the Writers’ Guild of Alberta and the Book Publishers Association of Alberta.

The Writers’ Guild of Alberta (WGA) was formed in 1980 to provide a meeting ground and collective voice for all the writers of the province. The WGA helps give Alberta writers a sense of unity and community and is the largest provincial writers’ organization in Canada.

The Book Publishers Association of Alberta (BPAA) is a provincial association of book publishing companies and is one of the strongest communities of regional publishers in North America. Today the BPAA has more than 30 members, many of which are owned and operated in the province of Alberta.

This travelling display includes Alberta award winners and nominess from 2016 & 2017.

You can borrow the display for up to six weeks.

Check out Pinterest for a complete listing of the books (all are linked to TRACpac)


The Holocaust Travelling Book Display consists of books from the Azrieli Foundation collection along with classic and new Holocaust fiction and non-fiction selected by Marigold Library System.

Check out Pinterest for a complete listing of the books (all are linked to TRACpac)