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Location & Hours
125 S. Municipal Drive
Sugar Grove, IL 60554
(630) 466-4686
eMail the Reference Desk
LIBRARYHOURS
Mon - Thur:9a - 8p
Fri:9a - 6p
Sat:10a - 4p
Sun:2p - 6p

Contact & Staff

Contact Information

Circulation/Front Desk(630) 466-4686Email Circulation
Adult & Teen Services(630) 466-3951Email Adult and Teen Services
Youth Services(630) 466-3941Email Youth Services
   
Administration(630) 409-1568Email Library Director
Billing(630) 409-1589Email Administrative Assistant
BoardView Board PageEmail Board
FoundationView Foundation PageEmail Foundation

Organizational Chart 

The Board of Trustees (7) are elected & serve unpaid 4 year terms. There are 5 FT employees at 30 hours per week: Director(1) and Managers (4). There are 12 part time employees and 2 substitute employees. Sugar Grove Library District intends to join IMRF as of 7-1-2024 An average of 10 volunteers per month. The Library Foundation works in partnership to support the Library.



Our Management Staff                   
 

 

Genna Mickey

Library Director

"The most wasted of days is one without laughter."                   
-e. e. cummings                   
 

 

Adult & Teen Services Manager

Christine Edison

Adult and Teen Services Manager

"You want weapons? We're in a library. Books are the best weapons in the world. This room's the greatest arsenal we could have. Arm yourself!" -The Doctor, Doctor Who

 

Hester Klinke         
Youth Services Manager

"Reading should not be presented to children as a chore, a duty. It should be offered as a gift." - Kate DiCamillo
   
 
 

 

Anna Hayman          
Circulation Services Manager  

"I have one final promise to make to you, one I hope I will never break. I promise to live, richly and shamelessly and with my arms wide open to the world."  -S.T. Gibson

  

 

 

               
 

 

Derek Buhrke          
Technical Services Manager

“I guess there are never enough books.”        
-John Steinbeck