Navigating Overdrive

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We're kicking off the weekend with the start of our local history trivia contest. With the help of Jeff Maierhoeffer, we've got some great Seneca area trivia questions.

The first question is...


Answers need to be in by 1:45pm Monday, April 27th. You can answer by sending an email to or using Facebook messenger.

Twice a week we'll post a trivia question. We'll give you a couple of days to come up with the right answer. One lucky winner from those correct answers, chosen randomly, will be awarded a gift certificate from a local business.

*You can answer every question posted but please, limit your answers to one per question.
*Only one winner per household in a 30 day period.

Continue to watch here, on Facebook and Instagram for the next question. Questions will also be posted on the front door at the library.

Board Meeting Cancelled

The April 15th board meeting has been cancelled.
Continue to watch our website and Facebook pages for updates.

Hoopla Digital

hoopla is here!

Click on the image below or visit for details.

Link to library hoopla page

You must have a valid Seneca Public Library District card to access the collection.


Library Closed

Mar 16 2020 3:00 pm

Seneca Public Library will close until further notice, starting Monday, March 16th at 3:00 p.m. This decision follows our ongoing conversations with library officials and the announcement that all public schools will be closed. Our book drop will also be closed at 3:00 p.m. Monday.

We will continue to monitor the situation and reassess as more information becomes available. Closing the library is an extraordinarily difficult decision that we have made only because of these extraordinary circumstances. The health and safety of our patrons and staff is our first priority. Early actions to increase social distancing are the best way to contain the spread of COVID-19, according to the CDC. We feel that closing the library is the best way to protect the health of our community at this time.

We will not be charging overdue fines during this period. Don’t return anything while we are closed. Just stay home and enjoy!

You can also continue to use the library without visiting by downloading eBooks; listening to downloadable audiobooks. Browse our website for information about checking out online materials and resources. We look forward to seeing you online and in person again soon.

Online Newsletter

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January-March Newsletter Draft by Seneca Public Library

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