Programs

We offer a wide variety of events and programs every month that help inspire a life-long love of learning and discovery. For more details on our current programs, please see our events calendar or subscribe to our newsletter. To register for an event or program or for further information, please call the library at 315.252.2571.

Family Space at Seymour Library with photo entrance to the space -- photo of sign, fish tank, and entryway.

Upcoming programs in the Family Space!


February

Storytime with the Friends of Seymour Library
Saturday, February 4 at 11 am

Overview:

Celebrate “Take Your Child to the Library Day” with the Friends of Seymour Library. Listen to library-themed stories and then participate in a fun scavenger hunt! Receive a special Take & Make kit from the Friends! The Take & Make kits will include a copy of The Bad Seed Goes to the Library by Jory John and other fun activities. Take & Make kits will be available while supplies last. 

This program is for ages 4 to 7, but all ages are welcome.  No registration is required.


LEGO Robotics STEM with 4-H
Wednesday, February 8 at 3:30 pm (CLASS IS FULL)
Second Class TBA

4-H of Cayuga County is again offering a STEM activity for students 7-12 years old at Seymour Library. This activity will utilize two LEGO robots, Vernie and Frankie, who are programmed using a block-code. Students will learn about how to break down complicated tasks into smaller commands and link up these small commands so they can complete the desired task. Students will then work together to complete several directed tasks with the robots and then an open-ended task. The activity will last for approximately 75 minutes. 

**FEB 8, CLASS IS FULL. **

A second class is scheduled for March 1st at 3:30 pm. Call to be placed on the waitlist! Space is limited. Please register in the Family Space or by calling the library at 315-252-2571.


IMAGINE Storytime
Mondays at 11 AM

Overview:

Families will engage in stories, songs, and movement together during this fun and interactive storytime on Monday, February 6, 13, 20, and 27 at 11 am

Families will engage in stories, songs, and movement together during this fun and interactive storytime at Seymour Library! This month’s themes include: “Opposites”, “Valentine’s”, “Birds”, and “Polar Bears”. 

For ages 2 to 5, but all ages are welcome. No registration required

Weekly Themes

February 6 – Opposites
Join us for this fun and interactive storytime all about opposites, then create your own BIG bear and SMALL mouse.

February 13 – Valentine’s
Celebrate the season with this heart-filled storytime, then create a paper snail valentine!

February 20 – Birds
February is National Bird Feeding Month! Fly down to the library for a fun bird-themed storytime, followed by a pine cone bird feeder craft!

February 27 – Polar Bears
Monday, February 27, is International Polar Bear Day! Join us at the library for a polar bear-themed storytime at 11 am, followed by a handprint polar bear craft. 


Books & Babies
Wednesdays at 11 am

Overview:

Bring your little ones to this lap-sit storytime for newborns (0 to 18 months) every Wednesday at 11 am. This special storytime focuses on encouraging early literacy skills through books, songs, movement, and discovery.

For newborns (0 to 18 months) and their caregivers. No registration is required.

Wednesday, February 1, 8, 15, and 22


Pokémon Club
Wednesday 22, at 3:30 PM

Seymour Library Pokemon Club

Calling all Pokémasters!

Seymour Library is starting up a Pokémon Club! This new club will be a place to meet fellow Pokémon trainers – to learn and have fun discovering all things Pokémon!

The club will meet in person in Family Space at Seymour Library! There is no need for advance registration.

This program is for ages seven and up, but all ages are welcome!


Winter Break Drop-in Activities

Looking for some activities to do together as a family over winter break?

Seymour Library has you covered with new crafts each day and building challenges using different materials.


Seymour Library is grateful to the generous donors who make our programming possible. Thank you to the Friends of Seymour Library for their continued support.