Discover Summer @ Seymour Library

Thank you from Seymour Library!

Thank you for DISCOVERING with us this summer at Seymour Library!

Over 250 families registered for Discover Summer: Oceans of Possibilities, 219 new library cards were issued, and more than 400 sea creatures were adopted by children, who promised to read to their new friends all summer long!

We had fun discovering navigation, mapping, secret codes, and more with Captain Ducky during Pirate STEAM, diving into stories about friendship, feelings, and fish during OCEAN Storytime, and learning about the life of Harriet Tubman while exploring nature with Ranger Kim from the Harriet Tubman National Historical Park! Special guests included local author Joni Lincoln, Connie Daloia, Colleen Keefer from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Montezuma National Wildlife Refuge, the Owasco Watershed Lake Association, and 4-H. 

If you participated in ANY of Seymour Library’s Discover Summer: Oceans of Possibilities programs, please fill out this brief survey:

Each family who completes the survey by Monday, September 12th will be entered into a drawing for all six of Seymour Library’s featured StoryWalkⓇ books!

Thank you to our donors!

Seymour Library is grateful to the generous donors who make our summer reading program possible. Major funding for the summer reading program comes from the Bernard Carl and Shirley Rosen Library Fund of the Community Foundation of Tompkins County, and the Friends of Seymour Library.

A special thank you to the City of Auburn and Hoopes Park for letting us bring back Seymour Library’s StoryWalkⓇ for another season!