Explore local architecture and the role it played in the city’s development with Andy Roblee. Roblee will also discuss the power of historic preservation for communities like Auburn from economic, environmental, and cultural perspectives.
Yoga at the Library
Thursday, November 9 at 3 pm
Back by popular demand, Yoga at Seymour Library! Instructor Deborah Daly will be running a chair yoga class. No mats required. Comfortable clothes and shoes recommended.
Student Loan Repayment
Tuesday, November 14 at 6 pm
Having trouble paying your student loans? The New York Department of Financial Services will be running a one hour workshop that will include a presentation, Q&A session and helpful brochures and takeaways on repayment plans, loan forgiveness, deferment/forbearance and more.
Harriet Tubman National Historical Park
Monday, November 13 at 6 pm
Representatives from the Harriet Tubman National Historical Park will be at the library as part of Cayuga Reads. The National Park Service and The Harriet Tubman Home Inc. will discuss how Harriet Tubman National Historical Park became the 414th National Park Unit and what progress has been made since the park was established in January of 2017. The talk will provide the first public presentation of research conducted as part of a National Park Service Historic Structure Report for the Thompson Memorial A.M.E Zion Church.
Mattie Bullard, Seymour Library’s First Librarian
Tuesday, November 28 at 6 pm
Mattie Bullard was not only Seymour Library’s first librarian, but a local educator and advocate of the women’s suffrage movement. Learn about her life on Tuesday, November 28 at 6 pm with Seymour Library’s Local History Discovery Center Coordinator Dori Gottschalk-Fielding.
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