“Literacy Lane” is a new tri-government partnership between the Sycamore Public Library, Sycamore Park District and DeKalb County Forest Preserve District. Through a generous donation to the library, 23 permanent sign structures will cover 7/10th of a mile along the trail, combining outdoor fun & reading to serve our community in a unique way.
This all-ages family-friendly outdoor activity includes exercise & a love of reading! Sharing stories, fun facts, and fitness exercises with continuously rotating content.
The best way to access Literacy Lane is by parking at the Sycamore Forest Preserve, 955 E. State Street, and heading west on the trail.
After your stroll down Literacy Lane, be sure to share your photos with us on social media using the hashtag #literacylane & sign our virtual guestbook/complete a short survey on the Library’s website to be entered into our prize drawing!
This experience is brought to you in partnership with Sycamore Library & our friends from the Sycamore Park District & DeKalb County Forest Preserve.
This Month’s Installation…
This month is presented by Sycamore Library’s Adult Services Department.
This November, we celebrate Native American Heritage Month & National Family Week!
Walk through Literacy Lane to learn about these celebrations!