Get your stretch on this summer at Seymour Library! Instructors Deborah Daly and Wendy Vitale will lead chair yoga classes on the library’s front lawn*.
Thursday, September 13 from 3 to 4 pm with Deborah Daly
Thursday, September 20 from 3 to 4 pm with Wendy Vitale
Thursday, September 27 from 3 to 4 pm with Wendy Vitale
No mats required. Comfortable clothes and shoes recommended. For adults. Class will be held inside in case of bad weather
We’re gearing up for the third year of our reading challenge, and we’ve prepared new categories to get you reading more! The Read More! 2018 Reading Challenge invites you to read 26 books throughout 2018.
Throughout history women have been silenced by the patriarchal system. Explore the ways in which female writers have found their voice during “Finding a Voice,” a reading and discussion series at Seymour Library, sponsored by Humanities New York. Dr. Maryanne Felter will facilitate the discussion in this six part series that will focus on women’s creativity in art, literature, and theater. An introductory meeting will be held Tuesday, September 4 at 4 pm.
Thanks to a grant from the Fred M. Everett and Ora H. Everett Charitable Trust, Seymour Library is offering a civic literacy series with the goal of engaging the community in a conversation about civics by providing access to information on how government works, locally, federally and historically. Civic literacy is not only about obtaining the basic knowledge of how government works but, taking a step further and applying that knowledge to everyday life and using it to discuss and shape the change that you want to see in your community. Discover more about the civic literacy events coming soon to Seymour Library!
Looking for something to do after school? Check out the library’s weekly Wednesday activity from 4 to 6 pm. For all ages. Each week there will be a different activity based on the weekly themes of crafts, Lego building, science and technology, or games. No registration required.
September 12: Lego Building;
September 19: Science and Technology; September 26: Games
Dive into the world of science with Junior Scientists, a monthly science program for homeschooling families. This month we will explore chemistry on Monday, September 17 at 1 pm. Open to all ages. All materials provided. No registration required.
2 weeks agoby seymour_libraryCivics @ Seymour kicks off this fall with Local Government from a Tax Perspective (tonight [9/12] at 6 pm), First Amendment and Freedom of Press in the Modern Age, a civics film series, a civic scholar series, a Human Library®️, and more! Visit seymourlibrary.org/civics for more information. #seymourlibrary#civics#lifelonglearning#librariesofinstagram
6 days agoby seymour_libraryDiscover Summer’s lucky bike raffle winner received her bike yesterday. A special THANK YOU to Five Star Bank for providing the bikes for our giveaway!!