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2015 Spring Youth Programs Print
Kids' News

Spring Programs for Kids

Click here for all the details, or see the brochure attached below.


Download this file (2015 Spring Brochure Final.pdf)2015 Spring Brochure Final.pdf[ ]Genna Mickey691 Kb
Local Author Visit Print
Adult News

Local Mystery Author Event

Thursday April 2nd 6:30 p.m.

Do you love a good mystery? Ever wonder how one is crafted? Come meet local mystery writer  Annie Hansen to discuss her first book in a new series Give Me Chocolate.

Annie's book follows heroine Kelly Clark, who lives above a chocolate store in Geneva, IL, as she solves a murder mystery and discovers an old flame.

The author's books will be available for purchase and signing. Java Plus Coffee will be providing samples of chocolate and drinks.

Click HERE to register.



Tax Form Information Print
Adult News

The IRS has informed libraries that they will not be providing tax forms.

IRS Forms and Instructions:

  • The library has a reproducible binder of tax forms and instructions.You can make copies for .10 per page.
  • - to view and download. You may print forms from a library computer for .10 per page.
  • or 1-800-829-3676 to order tax products to be delivered by mail
  • For IRS customer service: 1-800-829-1040 (individual) or 1-800-829-4933 (business)
  • Click HERE to find a tax professional
  • Click HERE to view helpful IRS tax service information

Illinois Forms:

  • Illinois 1040 forms ARE available at the library.
  • For additional forms visit: or call 1-800-356-6302


Study Room Reservation

Reserving a Study Room is now done entirely online. Simply click on our link for Book a Room on our Home Page, choose a Study Room at the bottom of the left hand side of the screen, and complete the registration form.

Our new policy for study room use is as follows:

  • Reservations are made only online through our reservation system
  • A study room can be reserved in increments of two (2) hours
  • Reservations can be made up to seven (7) days in advance
  • Rooms may be reserved for a maximum of 12 hours per week (combined total for both rooms)
  • Sugar Grove cardholders have priority so be sure to enter your library card number
  • Walk-ins are allowed if a room is vacant but online reservations will bump walk-in use
  • There is no fee to use a Study Room
  • All reservations are pending until confirmed
Meeting Room Policy

Starting July 1, 2014, a new Meeting Room Policy took effect with changes to the fee structure. We now charge for all meeting room use. Reservations made by Sugar Grove Public Library District cardholders carry a lower fee than those made by out of district users, and we offer a 20% discount to organizations with a valid 501c3 number and local government agencies. As with the previous policy, meeting rooms are only available during regular operating hours, so we are unable to accommodate any requests for before or after hours events.

We are doing our best to offer outstanding library services, make the facility available to the public as much as possible, and keep costs down. We have been very successful in meeting these objectives over the past two years. We have cut costs and gathered statistics that tell us when and how the library is used. The meeting rooms serve relatively few people, but when in use demand a great deal of our limited resources - staffing, supplies, utilities, and contracted services.

Click on the PDF link to read the current policy.

Download this file (Meeting RoomPolicy 20140424FINAL.pdf)Meeting Room Policy 2014[ ]Wayne304 Kb
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