Do you enjoy volunteering or do you need to do some volunteer hours for a philanthropic club or for school? Do you enjoy spending time at the Library? Are you ready to get in the holiday spirit? If you answered yes to any of these questions, how about volunteering for a few hours at the Library’s annual Holiday Stroll? This year’s Holiday Stroll will be on just one day, Saturday, Dec. 1st, the kick-off day of Zionsville’s “Christmas in the Village.” Volunteer shifts for teens age 14 and older, as well as adults, are available between 9 AM and 5 PM.
The 2012 Holiday Stroll theme is “Treasure the Holidays” and there are many opportunities to help with greeting visitors and various holiday crafts that go along with themed trees throughout the Library.
The trees that will be adorning the Library and that will have accompanying crafts that need volunteer help include:
On the first floor in Youth Services:
• Our Heroes Tree
• Birthday Craft Tree
• Sweet Golden Treasures Tree
• Holiday Jewel Craft Tree
Our Teen Area will feature:
• “Book-a-neer” Tree
And scattered throughout the rest of the second floor will be:
• Hidden Treasures Tree
• Ahoy, Matey Tree
• Rubies and Gold Tree
Holiday Stroll Volunteer Sign up is self-serve, online and easy to do. There are time slots throughout the day at all the trees mentioned above, as well as greeter slots at both main entrances. Sign up for the shift and activity that suits you at http://bit.ly/Q15yC4. Don’t delay! The Holiday Stroll is just about a month away and the time slots will go fast!