Seymour Library

Seymour Library's front entrance. Auburn NY

Seymour Library’s mission is to inspire a love of reading, learning, and discovery through individual growth and community connections in an engaging and welcoming environment. Since 1903, Seymour Library has been housed in the historic Case Memorial Building, 176-178 Genesee Street. The library fosters openness and inclusivity by offering open access to our shared culture and heritage. We do this by providing robust programming and dynamic resources for an increasingly diverse community and by building friendships among our neighbors.

Explore new interests with programs for all ages, including our IMAGINE Storytime in the new Richard S. and Jeanne Z. Dunn Family Space. Seymour Library offers family programming, book clubs, virtual and hands-on workshops, local history presentations, film screenings, fitness classes, and technology and job seeker assistance!

A Seymour Library card supplies you access to our Discover! Kits, cake pans, learning backpacks, games, eResources, digital downloads, genealogy/research tools, books, movies, museum passes, and even the outdoors with the NYS Empire Pass.

The library’s History Discovery Center provides research assistance to those seeking local history and genealogical information, genealogical workshops, exhibits, and resources that include maps, pamphlets, images, books, newspapers on microfilm, online research tools, a digital newspaper archive, and more!




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