Special Event volunteers help with the Lombard Historical Society events throughout the year, including Lilac Time, Ice Cream Socials, and Jingle Bell Jubilee. This position assists in helping during the event, including set- up, checking-in guests and tear down. This position has direct interaction with guests.
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.