Volunteer

Without volunteers the Stirling Musical Instrument lending Library (MILL) would not exist.

Volunteers have designed and implemented the program. Volunteers have donated the instruments, repaired, cleaned and catalogued the instruments in preparation for being lending them to you.

Local musicians volunteer their time in support of the MILL, testing instruments and playing at promotional events.

Come join our team of dedicated volunteers committed to maintain and grow the Stirling Musical Instrument Lending Library and all our music programming. The MILL engages with people from all across our service area, putting smiles on faces, helping bring music into their lives.

Without volunteers the Stirling Musical Instrument lending Library (M.I.L.L.) would not exist. Volunteers have designed and implemented the program. Volunteers have donated the instruments, repaired, cleaned and catalogued the instruments in preparation for being loaned.

Many musicians have volunteered their time in support of the M.I.L.L. testing the instruments and playing at promotional events.

Come join our team of dedicated volunteers committed to the continued growth of the Stirling Musical Instrument Lending Library by attracting residents from all corners of our service area and bringing music into their lives.

The MILL can use your skills and abilities. We are always open to more good people who are able to:

  • Transport musical instruments to/from our Partner Library locations
  • Help maintain and recondition musical instruments of all kinds
  • Sort, evaluate and catalogue music books and instructional materials
  • Help out with staffing in the Stirling MILL
  • Get involved with our promotional and fundraising activities
  • Assist with website development
  • Contribute to our Audio/Visual team
  • Other possibilities (you name it, might be good…!)

Tell us about yourself, your experience, what you’d like to do and what you’d like to learn with us at the Stirling Musical Instrument Lending Library.

Contact us: (call/text) 613-661-6183, curator@stirlingmill.ca

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