In recognition of the state’s largest industry, March has been declared Kansas Agriculture Month. The library is collecting non-perishable food for our local food bank. Other suggested items include non-perishable foods, paper products, baby care items and personal hygiene items. We also encourage you to choose a book or two from our selection about farms [...]
The Seneca Free Library policy states that when the siren sounds for bad weather, we will lock our doors and all patrons inside the library will be escorted to the basement for shelter.
If you prefer, you may leave the building before we lock the doors and go to shelter.
Thank you for your cooperation,
SENECA FREE LIBRARY [...]
On a cold, dark night in January of 2013, Seneca Free Library kicked off the 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten program. The idea for this program came to us a year or so earlier. Staff member Dee Lizzol spent a lot of time working out the details and planning the kick off party. The weather did [...]
The Quilt Lover’s Guild members are sharing their winter challenge wall hangings with our patrons.
These adorable snow men and women have been on display for nearly a month. If you haven’t had a chance to stop in to see them, make time this weekend to come into the Library. One pattern, so many ideas!
The puzzles pictured here are available for check out from the Library. These would be a great activity for house guests over the holidays. Set one up in a quiet corner or in the middle of all the commotion for everyone to work on a little each day. Most of these puzzles are recommended for [...]
The library continues to collect items for the local food pantry.
Suggested items include non-perishable foods, paper products,
baby care items and personal hygiene items.
“No one has ever become poor by giving.”
― Anne Frank, diary of Anne Frank
Several years ago we decided it would be nice for our patrons to have a sign listing the hours we are open closer to the street. We put this idea on our wish list and thought about it some more. Earlier this year the family of Leonard Wassenberg wanted to do something for the [...]
Starting October 1, 2013, the Health Insurance Marketplace,
sometimes known as the health insurance “exchange” will begin open enrollment.
Coverage starts January 1, 2014.
The Marketplace website, HealthCare.gov will be the primary tool for delivering information to Americans about their health coverage options.
Quick facts about the Health Insurance Marketplace
The Health Insurance Marketplace is for people seeking insurance or [...]
The library needs small boxes for shipping DVDs. We send a lot of our DVDs out to other libraries in northeast Kansas. There are 40 other libraries that we share our catalog/items with and we get requests from across the state as well. Bundling up our fragile DVD cases in cardboard boxes saves a lot [...]
The Library has a new early literacy station in the children’s section. This new computer was made possible through a grant from the State Library of Kansas and memorial donations. It is designed for children ages 2~8 years old and is loaded with all kinds of learning games and activities. As you can see in [...]