NEW Digitized Yearbooks at the Wauconda Area Library
The Wauconda Area Library recently partnered with the Internet Archive ( to digitize historic Wauconda High School Yearbooks. The digitized yearbooks range from 1949 to 1977 and are fully searchable.  Visit the collection by clicking here !

In order to access every page, you will need to register for a FREE account. Once you are registered, you will have access to millions of titles available in The Internet Archive.

Whether you are looking for yourself, a family member, or any other topic of interest, searching is as easy as typing in a keyword. Take a page-by-page tour of Wauconda Area history with these stunning high-resolution yearbook images.

This valuable service expands the  Wauconda Area Digital History Collection  hosted on the Library’s website. The collection houses hundreds of historic Wauconda area images which was made possible by long-time Wauconda Area resident Neville Carr. Click here to learn more.

You will notice there are some gaps in this Yearbook collection. The library  welcomes donations of WHS yearbooks  that are not already included in its collection. If they are in good shape, we will add them to this online collection! We will return yearbooks once they have been digitized.  Contact us to speak with someone about your donation

The Internet Archive  is a non-profit whose goal is to build a digital library of Internet websites and other cultural artifacts with free access to all.

Special thanks to Wauconda High School for granting the library permission to add these yearbooks to The Internet Archive.

Enjoy your trip down memory lane! 
Meet the Easter Bunny at Wauconda Community Bank
Saturday, March 17 at 10:00a
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Wear your green this Saturday to celebrate St. Patrick's Day!
Solar powered homes are becoming more attainable. Peter Gorr with the Illinois Solar Energy Association will discuss the impact of residential solar, the hurdles to getting started, and developments in the field.

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Join us Tuesday, March 20 at 6:00p for an opportunity to chat with Nic Stone, the author of  Dear Martin

We will be talking with her about  Dear Martin  and the inspirations behind writing the novel. 

Books are available for checkout at the library.

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