Join us at The Episcopal Church of Saints Peter and John at 169 Genesee St. in Auburn on Tuesday, June 28 at 11 am for a puppet show. The Open Hand Theater presents The Secrets of the Puppet’s Book. See you there!
Local artist Christy Lemp will be running a watercolor demonstration at the library on Saturday, June 25th, at 2 pm. Stop by and watch an artist in action and get helpful tips. Try your hand at watercolors after the demonstration. Get inspired by Seymour Library’s very own garden. Painting supplies will be provided by the Friends of Seymour Library.
Christy Lemp’s work can be found at the Imagine Gallery in Skaneateles NY. For more information about Christy and her artwork check out her blog at christyswatercolor.blogspot.com.
Join Seymour Library's summer reading kick-off event from 11 am to 1 pm on Saturday, June 25. We'll have yoga with Megan Vitale from “Kidding Around Yoga” plus nutritional games and healthy snacks with Becky Crawford from Cornell Cooperative Extension from 11 am -12 pm. Plus crafts, summer reading sign-ups, and book giveaways. Get ready to read this summer!
Join us for Science Saturday on June 18 at 11 am. This month's theme is rock and mineral exploration. Kindergarteners through third graders are invited to a hands-on demonstration and to learn more about geology. Space is limited so please register by stopping by the Children's Room or calling us at 252-2571.
Nancy J. Snedeker will bring Eleanor Roosevelt to life at Seymour Library on Saturday, June 18th at 1 pm. Learn about the woman who redefined the position of First Lady, trailblazing the way for women by taking on many firsts: speaking at the national party convention, writing a newspaper column while in office, and becoming an American spokeswoman for the United Nations.
Nancy J. Snedeker worked at The Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum for 20 years as an archives technician. She holds a degree in plant science from the University of Connecticut.