Sheldon Peck Homestead Docent welcomes guests to the Sheldon Peck Homestead located at 355 E Parkside Ave. Docents will greet guests and provide basic information on the house. Docents assist guests by answering questions, help maintain a welcoming environment, and provide excellent customer service. This position will help with the operation of open hours at the Sheldon Peck Homestead. The position has direct interaction with guests. Sheldon Peck Homestead is open Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday from Noon to 4 PM
Carriage House Greeter welcomes guests to the Carriage House. Greeters will provide a welcome to guests as they visit our long term and rotating galleries. Greeters will assist by answering questions and provide excellent customer service. This position is instrumental in assisting with the operation of the 23 W Maple site. This position has direct interaction with guests. The Carriage House is open Tuesday thru Saturday from Noon to 4 PM.
Collection, preservation, interpretation, and presentation of Lombard's history.
The Lombard Historical Society celebrates Lombard's heritage by collecting, preserving, and interpreting the history of Lombard and operates the Victorian Cottage Museum, the Carriage House and the Society’s Archives at 23 W. Maple Street, and the Sheldon Peck Homestead, a National Park Service Underground Railroad Network to Freedom Site, at 355 E. Parkside Avenue in Lombard.
The Lombard Cemetery (formerly Babcock’s Grove Cemetery) is maintained by the Lombard Cemetery Committee which is composed of members from the Lombard Park District, Lombard Historic Commission, Lombard Historical Society, the Lombard Garden Club and the Village of Lombard.