Volunteers keep shelves organized, shelve books, take care of the grounds (weeding, planting, cleaning outside), assist during the summer reading program, and help with other special projects and events. The Library accepts volunteers age 13 and older, and has a VolunTEENs program exclusively for people ages 13 - 18.
The Library would not function without the help of our strong volunteer team. Volunteers are extremely valued members of our library team!
The library ambassadors are advocacy volunteers who help the community find out about the Library's programs and services. Ambassadors might be assigned as their neighborhood social media liason - sharing library information to your neighborhood groups. An ambassador may also attend Now Learn series programs to socialize with and provide tours to new library patrons. Providing a Welcome Wagon type of experience to new residents to let them know how you get a library card. Ambassadors might also help with public-facing outreach responsibilities on behalf of the Library Friends.
Summer Reading Volunteer
Volunteers help the library staff by checking in children at the summer reading check in table. This involves handing out and collecting reading logs, properly marking and filing the information both in paper and by computer, and handing out prizes for reading accomplishments. Volunteers must be able to communicate information clearly to children and their caregivers. They must be able to read, write, and type on a computer.
Building & Grounds Volunteer
Volunteers in this area would be responsible for outdoor yardwork including weeding and watering plants, and assisting with any annual plantings.