Thank you to our volunteers!
We are grateful for the hours of service provided by our volunteers. The Centreville and Kent Island Branches are not currently accepting new volunteer applications for in-branch volunteering. Please check back for updates and new volunteer opportunities.
Adopt-a-Shelf — Centreville Branch, no current openings
With regular use, library shelves can become out of order, making it difficult for patrons and staff to find what they are looking for. By adopting a shelf, volunteers are charged with keeping their area neat and organized.
Guys Read- Now seeking volunteers for 2018!
Big guys volunteering their lunchtime makes a huge difference in the lives of little guys. For the program to be successful we need men in the community to become volunteer readers. Teams of four or more volunteers will visit the schools to read to 4th and 5th grade boys while they are eating lunch. Volunteers can choose to participate in only a couple or many sessions depending on their schedules.
Fill out and submit your application either in person at either branch, or by emailing email@example.com.
Storytime on Wheels — locations throughout the county
Due to distance and the logistics of traveling with many young children, most home day care providers cannot bring their charges to the library for traditional storytime. In response to this need, the Storytime on Wheels project was developed to bring storytimes to children in licensed day care homes in Queen Anne’s County.
Trained volunteers make monthly visits to a site, to share books, poems, finger plays and other exciting reading readiness activities with the children. Participating day care providers promise to make reading a part of their daily routine. The goal of Storytime on Wheels is to help day care providers help busy parent bring the love of books and reading to young children.
For more information or to become a Storytime on Wheels volunteer, please contact Ethelyn at 410-758-0980.