Seymour Library Welcomes You

Located at 176-178 Genesee Street, Auburn NY, Seymour Library serves the City of Auburn and communities in Owasco, Sennett, and Fleming. Explore books, DVDs, music, and more with your library card.

Our hours are:

Monday through Wednesday 9 am to 7 pm, Thursday through Friday 9 am to 6 pm and Saturday 9 am to 5 pm.

Printing services are available, Wifi is accessible throughout the building, and you can make an appointment to use one of our public computer stations by calling the library at 315-252-2571.

In-person technology help is also available. Receive assistance with digital downloads (OverDrive, Hoopla, etc.), and computer basics training. Call to make your appointment today.

Library Updates

StoryWalk®

The Pout-Pout Fish Cleans Up the Ocean

by Deborah Diesen

This year, you will be able to enjoy the library’s StoryWalkⓇ at two locations, Hoopes Park, 100 S. Herman Ave, and Seymour Library, 176 Genesee Street! The StoryWalkⓇ at Seymour Library will start in the month of September.

Don’t forget to share your StoryWalkⓇ Selfies with Seymour Library. Please share your images with us at seymourlibrary at seymourlib.org. We will be sharing your photos on Facebook and Instagram!

Thank you to Hoopes Park and the Bernard Carl and Shirley Rosen Library Fund of the Community Foundation of Tompkins County!

The Historic Main Entrance is now open!

The West Lobby will remain closed until the end of fall, and in the meanwhile, patrons will be able to enter through the historic front entrance!

Please note the library will make accommodations for individuals with mobility issues. Those in need of assistance should call 315-252-2571 before their visit, and remember that curbside pickup is available during operating hours.

Presenting the new Richard S. and Jeanne Z. Dunn Family Space!

The Family Space is now open!

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Please continue to return your items to the library’s Book Drop.

For more information visit: https://seymourlibrary.org/librarynews/