Seward Memorial Library
The Seward Public Library was first organized as a reading room in 1888. In 1913, despite a tornado which tore through the town, the reading room was reorganized as a city library and was housed in a new building made possible through local donations and a grant from Andrew Carnegie. Major renovations took place in the late 1960s and in the mid 1980s. In 1990 the Seward Library Foundation was formed to raise money for a new library building and on September 2, 2003, the new Seward Memorial Library opened its doors to the public.
The drive-up window opens at 8 AM every day except Sunday. The library has several meeting spaces available for large and small groups!
Monday–Thursday | 9 AM–8 PM
Friday | 9 AM–5 PM
Saturday | 9 AM–Noon
Sunday | 1 PM–4 PM
Drive-up window opens at 8 AM except on Sunday.