Get your stretch on this fall at Seymour Library! Instructors Deborah Daly and Wendy Vitale will lead chair yoga classes at the library.
Thursday, November 8 from 3 to 4 pm with Deborah Daly,
Thursday, November 15 from 3 to 4 pm with Wendy Vitale, Thursday, November 29 from 3 to 4 pm with Wendy Vitale. No mats required. Comfortable clothes and shoes recommended. For adults.
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.
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!
Join fellow crafters for an afternoon card party! Create beautiful winter-themed cards, featuring a shimmering snowman or a glistening snow globe shaker on Wednesday, November 28 at 12 pm. This craft is perfect for beginner and advanced crafters. All supplies will be provided.
Learn how using smartphone and computer apps to monitor your eating and physical activity habits could help you live a healthier life and reduce the symptoms of chronic illness, on Wednesday, November 7 from 3:30 to 4:30 pm and Monday, November 19 from 3:30 to 4:30 pm. Get hands-on experience using apps like My Fitness Pal. Bring your own device or use a tablet or phone provided by the Cayuga Community Health Network. Registration is required, so please call the library at 252-2571.
Learn about owls and dissect an owl pellet on Saturday, November 17 at 11 am. This hands-on program explores nature using the five senses. Open to children and families; no registration required.
See what’s happening at Seymour Library!
15 hours agoby seymour_libraryWe had a special visit from the Auburn Fire Department at our Little Wigglers storytime today!
17 hours agoby seymour_libraryWe’d love your opinion on improvements that the library could make at the Community Library Design Meeting tonight (11/13) at 6:30 pm with Library architect Paul Mays. #seymourlibrary