You can meet new people and share your skills while helping your local public library! The Sycamore Public Library has great opportunities for adult and teen volunteers.
Our More Than Books Community Garden is a space where members of the community are able to learn, discover, create, and grow together. As a garden volunteer you can meet new people, share your skills, and get a little dirty in the process. Whether you are an experienced green thumb or are new to the gardening scene, this is an opportunity for you to give back to your community in a meaningful way. Those who volunteer are able take home the fruits of their labor. Whatever remains goes to the local food pantry to help those in need. If you’re interested in taking part, please fill out the application below.
Donations to the Library
You can provide extra support for your local public library with a monetary donation that will help pay for some of the extra things that just don’t fit in the the regular budget.
Honor that someone special with a gift that keeps on giving.
Remember a loved one with a memorial donation that will be used and shared by many in the community.
Patrons, organizations, and local businesses may put a display in the case to show off personal collection or promote an upcoming program or event. The case is 2’x’2’x4.5” high with three adjustable/removable glass shelves. If you have questions about the Display Case, you may contact the Adult and Information Services Department at 815-895-2500 ext. 26 or by email at email@example.com. If you are ready to go, fill in the application and staff will get back to you to confirm your date to use the case. We ask that you limit use of the case to one time per year.
Board Member Interest
Do you Love your library? Are you a City of Sycamore resident and 18 years or older?
- Big picture thinkers who believe in the future and longevity of the public library..
- A willingness to learn, listen, and share your thoughts, ideas, and concerns.
- Team Oriented.
- The second Tuesday at 5:30 pm of each month free to attend board meetings for 1.5 – 2 hours.
- Additional time to participate in occasional committee meetings, library programs, and board training sessions.