Seymour Library will close at 4 pm on Wednesday, November 21 and be closed Thursday, November 22.
Budget Vote and Trustee Election Results
Voters unanimously approved the library’s 2019 budget. Ginny Kent and Ellen Dello Stritto were reelected to the board of trustees and Dawn Taylor was newly elected.
Saturday Morning STEAM: Skittles Science
Saturday, November 10 at 11 am
Explore color with Skittles in this hands-on, interactive program where children and families will explore science, technology, engineering, art, and math. Open to all ages; no registration required.
Mondays at 9 am
A drop in play time for babies and their caregivers on Monday, November 5 and 26 from 9 to 11 am. Open to children from birth to 18 months. No registration required.
Discover Nature: Discover Owls
Saturday, November 17 at 11 am
Learn about owls and dissect an owl pellet. This hands-on program explores nature using the five senses. Open to children and families; no registration required.
Junior Scientists: Weather Science
Monday, November 19 at 1 pm
Dive into the world of science with Junior Scientists, a monthly science program for homeschooling families. This month we will explore the weather on Monday, October 15 at 1 pm. Open to all ages. All materials provided. No registration required.
Tuesdays at 11 am
A toddler storytime program for children and caregivers. Open to all ages. No registration required. This month’s themes are:
November 6: Squirrel Tales
November 13: Fire Safety with the Auburn Fire Department
November 27: Cats and Dogs
Wednesdays at 11 am
A toddler song and movement program for children and caregivers. Open to all ages. No registration required. This month’s themes are:
November 7: Squirrel Tales
November 14: Fire Safety with the Auburn Fire Department
November 28: Nature Play Lab with Carrie
Saturday Sensory Time: Animals at Night
Saturday, November 17 at 1 pm
Explore stories, songs, and movement about nighttime animals during this sensory-friendly program. Open to all ages and abilities; designed for children who experience sensory integration challenges, are on the autism spectrum, or have a difficult time in a large group setting. No registration required.
Carriage Houses of Auburn
This exhibit by local artist Karen Bove features the carriage houses that sheltered the horses and carriages once owned by the wealthy citizens of Auburn.
In 1918, in the midst of World War I, a deadly pandemic known as the Spanish Flu killed millions worldwide. Discover the local impact of the pandemic through Auburn headlines from the time.
We Need to Talk About Books Podcast
Looking for your next great read or suggestions for the reading challenge? Listen to Seymour Library’s podcast, “We Need to Talk About Books,” where hosts Leigh, Mary and Jackie talk about their current reads, the Read More 2018 reading challenge and more!