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 News

Tis the the season to be reading!

Get your cozy on with the library!

It’s time to snuggle up with your favorite read, a cup of hot cocoa, and a fuzzy blanket. Planning a trip to visit family? Download an audiobook! Or, are you looking for the perfect read during your winter break? Visit our online catalog and find a book to enchant your winter wonderland!

Looking to spend time indoors with the family? Movies and games are also just a click away!

Get ready for Holiday Cooking!

The holidays are here, and the weather is perfect for cooking and baking! Don’t forget our cake pans and cookie cutters are available with your library card. Get ready to celebrate the season and find your favorite recipes with Seymour Library. If you stop by the library in person, look for our FREE recipe cards available courtesy of the Friends of Seymour Library.  

For patrons who wish to be contact-free, the library offers Curbside Service, and remember the library is open 24/7 with our eLibrary offering a variety of online resources. Borrow or stream eBooks, movies, audiobooks, and more, or research your family history, learn a new language, or browse newspaper articles with our online databases. 

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

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