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  1. Junior Volunteer Informational Meeting

    January 26, 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM @ Meeting House at the corner of Webster St. and Aurora Ave.

    Young people currently in grades 4-7 in the month of January, are eligible to become Junior Volunteers at Naper Settlement. From April through October, the Juniors, dressed in period clothing like overalls and dresses with petticoats, play typical games and do chores and activities of the past. What a great way for your kids to give back to the community, make new friends, “play” while volunteering, build self-esteem and so much more! To be a part of our 2017 volunteer team, attend one of our informational meetings held in the Meeting House. Training will then take place throughout the winter to prepare for the summer season which begins on April 1. Visit our website or contact the Director of Guest and Volunteer Services at 630.305.5256 or email nsvolunteer@naperville.il.us today to join in a fun, rewarding, and interactive adventure!

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  2. Building Interpreter and History Connector Volunteer Informational Meeting

    January 28, 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM @ Meeting House at the corner of Webster St. and Aurora Ave.

    Resolve to get involved in the New Year! Teens in grades 9 to 12 and adults can volunteer as History Connectors and work with our visitors at special hands-on activity stations, Settlement Sundays, summer camp, Girl Scout programs and more. No costumes are required. Adults ages 18 and older can volunteer as Building Interpreters to tell the stories of the past and how they relate to the present inside the historic museum buildings. Through their interpretation or demonstrations of special skills, such as Blacksmithing, these volunteers provide an exciting and engaging experience that stimulates conversation and promotes an appreciation of Naperville’s history. Period clothing is an option. Training takes place throughout the winter to prepare for the summer season which begins on April 1. Visit our website or contact the Director of Guests & Volunteer Services at 630.305.5256 or email nsvolunteer@naperville.il.us today to join in a fun, rewarding and interactive adventure!

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  3. Century Memorial Chapel Open House

    January 28, 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM @ Century Memorial Chapel

    Planning a wedding or renewal of vows? Meet our rental attendants and tour the chapel during these special open house dates. RSVP is suggested but not necessary: weddings@naperville.il.us or 630-420-6010

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  4. Junior Volunteer Informational Meeting

    January 28, 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM @ Meeting House at the corner of Webster St. and Aurora Ave.

    Young people currently in grades 4-7 in the month of January, are eligible to become Junior Volunteers at Naper Settlement. From April through October, the Juniors, dressed in period clothing like overalls and dresses with petticoats, play typical games and do chores and activities of the past. What a great way for your kids to give back to the community, make new friends, “play” while volunteering, build self-esteem and so much more! To be a part of our 2017 volunteer team, attend one of our informational meetings held in the Meeting House. Training will then take place throughout the winter to prepare for the summer season which begins on April 1. Visit our website or contact the Director of Guest and Volunteer Services at 630.305.5256 or email nsvolunteer@naperville.il.us today to join in a fun, rewarding, and interactive adventure!

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  5. Building Interpreter and History Connector Volunteer Informational Meeting

    January 31, 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM @ Meeting House at the corner of Webster St. and Aurora Ave.

    Resolve to get involved in the New Year! Teens in grades 9 to 12 and adults can volunteer as History Connectors and work with our visitors at special hands-on activity stations, Settlement Sundays, summer camp, Girl Scout programs and more. No costumes are required. Adults ages 18 and older can volunteer as Building Interpreters to tell the stories of the past and how they relate to the present inside the historic museum buildings. Through their interpretation or demonstrations of special skills, such as Blacksmithing, these volunteers provide an exciting and engaging experience that stimulates conversation and promotes an appreciation of Naperville’s history. Period clothing is an option. Training takes place throughout the winter to prepare for the summer season which begins on April 1. Visit our website or contact the Director of Guests & Volunteer Services at 630.305.5256 or email nsvolunteer@naperville.il.us today to join in a fun, rewarding and interactive adventure!

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