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Hi, I’m Sophie. I can partner with you and offer Library services and programs to your location – from books, magazines, DVDs, CDs – to book club service, technology programs, and much more.  Contact us at or call us at 630-232-0780 if you have questions.

home Service

  • Is available to ANY resident of the Geneva Public Library District who cannot make it into the library for a period of 30 days or more due to health or mobility reasons. If you do not already have a GPLD library card, we will assist you in getting one. 
  • Your favorite books, DVDs, magazines, CDs and more can be delivered to your door by one of our friendly staff members or volunteers.
  • Deliveries occur approximately once every four weeks.
  • Pre-select your own materials through our catalog, connect with a library staff member to discuss your specific delivery requests, or opt to have our staff hand-select materials according to your interests.
  • To obtain an application or for more information, please call 630-232-0780 x361 or email

outreach services

Geneva Public Library can bring programs to you and your residents! Here are some of our offerings:


Story Share is a literacy-based program for adults with dementia and/or special needs. The theme for Story Share changes monthly and covers a wide variety of topics like poetry, the Pony Express, Disney, gardening, US Presidents, and camping.

Story Share may include:

  • Short readings
  • Story creation
  • Trivia
  • Games
  • Crafts
  • Video clips


Take advantage of our Book Club staff expertise! We can help your club get organized, set up a yearly schedule, prepare discussion materials, and reserve one of our many popular book club kits!


A variety of technology programs are offered covering Facebook, Windows 10, and using the Library’s special collection of digitization equipment.


Spelling bees began in the 1500s in England – it is good old-fashioned fun! You provide the spellers and the audience and we will bring the fun! Spell yeah! Questions? Please contact Sophie Popovich at 630-232-0780 x361 or

Apply For Home Delivery