Concord Public Library

Concord Public Library
    Library Info

    18 Chapel St.
    Springville, NY 14141
    United States

    Fax: 716-592-0399
    Jennifer Morris, Director

    The Hulbert Library of the Town of Concord was built in 1994 and is located in beautiful downtown Springville and faces historic Fiddlers Green Park. Chapel Street is located off Main Street (Route 39) in the Village of Springville. Wheelchair accessible. Parking lot available.

    There are 8 Public Computers and 6 public laptops with free Internet Access and Microsoft Office, Internet Explorer, and numerous databases. Printing is available at 10 cents per page for black & white and 25 cents per page for color copies. There are also 3 children’s computers available and 2 scanners.

    Free Wi-Fi access is available throughout the library. To learn more, click this link "What can I do at a Public Access Computer?"

    Our meeting room as well as our display case are available for non-profit, public use.  Please give us a call for more information. Meeting room capacity is 35. 

    Copy machine services are available at the prices listed below:

    15 cents per copy for 8 1/2 x 11

    30 cents per copy for 8 1/2 x 14

    Public fax services are available through FaxScan24.  The first page is $1.75 with a cost of an additional dollar per page.  

    Fax cards are available for purchase.

    The Concord Public Library is a member of the Buffalo & Erie County Public Library System.

    Concord Public Library


    Tuesday 10-6

    Wednesday 12-7

    Thursday 10-6 

    Friday 12-7

    Saturday 10-3

    Closed Sunday and Monday






    Wednesday May 25th 6-7pm

    The Benefits of Herbal Tea

    Graciel of The Soul in Bloom, a tea apothecary located in Akron, NY, will present a talk on the benefits of drinking herbal teas (properly known as tisanes), as well as guidance on how to harvest, dry and measure out native plant material for your own personal healing teas and in-home tea apothecary.

    Select herbal tea samples will be offered.

    Call 716-592-7742 or stop in to reserve your spot.




    Family Storytime Thursday's @ 10:30am! Join us for in-person storytime!. This is a weekly program of stories, songs and a craft. Recommended for ages 5 and under but all older siblings are welcome to join us. Call 592-7742 or stop in to register. ​​


    Coming in June!

    Drop-in Technology Help - Friday's 3-4:30 pm

    Need help with your smartphone, tablet or laptop or have questions about downloading ebooks or audiobooks, using email or the internet?. Stop in for one-on-one assistance – no appointment needed.





    • Check out our Library of Things - a telescope and karaoke machine!


    • Nature Activity Backpacks 

    We currently have a Birding and a Nature Explorer backpack with more to come.

    Backpacks must be checked out and returned at the Concord Public Library only.…


    • Borrow board games from the library!

    Over 100 games available from the Central Library.

    May be borrowed by adult patrons (17 and over) using their library card and sent to any library in the B&ECPL system!



    FREE TAKE & MAKE KITS FOR KIDS (Take & Make Kits will not be available during June, July and August)

    May Take & Make Kit  - Paper Towel Mini Rose Bouquet 

    All Take & Make kits are free - one per family please - available until they're gone!

    Recommended for ages 6 and up (younger children may need assistance from an adult)


    Find the Flowers - see how many flowers you can find in the library and win a fun prize!. 


    All meetings are at held at 1:30 pm in our meeting room. 

    Copies are available to request by clicking on the link next to the title or by calling 716-592-7742

    Friday February 18th

    The Four Winds by Kristin Hannah

    Texas, 1934. Millions are out of work and a drought has broken the Great Plains. Farmers are fighting to keep their land and their livelihoods. The crops are failing, the water is drying up, and dust threatens to bury them all. In this uncertain and dangerous time, Elsa Martinelli, like so many of her neighbors, must make an agonizing choice: fight for the land she loves or go west, to California, in search of a better life.


    Friday April 22nd

    Music of Bees by Eileen Garvin

    Following three lonely strangers in a rural Oregon town, each working through grief and life's curveballs, who are brought together by happenstance on a local honeybee farm where they find surprising friendship, healing--and maybe even a second chance--just when they least expect it.


    Friday June 17th

    Virgil Wander by Leif Enger

    An enchanting and timeless all-American story that follows the inhabitants of a small Midwestern town in their quest to revive its flagging heart.


    Friday August 19th

    Instructions for a Heatwave by Maggie O’Farrell

    When a recently retired family patriarch clears out his bank account and disappears during a sweltering summer in 1976, his three children converge on their mother's home for the first time in years and track clues to an ancestral village in Ireland, where they uncover illuminating family secrets.


    Friday October 21st

    Imagine Me Gone by Adam Haslett

    When Margaret's fiancé, John, is hospitalized for depression, she faces a choice: carry on with their plans, or back away from the suffering it may bring her. She decides to marry him. What follows is the unforgettable story of what unfolds from this act of love and faith. At the heart of it is their eldest son, Michael, a brilliant, anxious music fanatic, and the story of how, over the span of decades, his younger siblings-the responsible Celia and the tightly controlled Alec-struggle along with their mother to care for Michael's increasingly troubled existence.


    Friday December 16th

    The Sentence by Louise Erdrich

    A small independent bookstore in Minneapolis is haunted from November 2019 to November 2020 by the store's most annoying customer. Flora dies on All Souls' Day, but she simply won't leave the store. Tookie, who has landed a job selling books after years of incarceration that she survived by reading with murderous attention, must solve the mystery of this haunting while at the same time trying to understand all that occurs in Minneapolis during a year of grief, astonishment, isolation, and furious reckoning.







    Concord Public Library Board Info

    Annual Report

    Board of Trustees

    Dr. Susan Fischbeck - President
    Stephanie Bacon - Vice President
    Susan Putney - Treasurer
    Robert Adler - Secretary 
    Mary O'Reilly 

    Susan Kellner

    Gwen Bixby


    Library trustees are powerful advocates for libraries in our community! Interested? Contact Jennifer Morris, Library Director at 716-592-7742. 

    Board Meetings and Minutes

    Upcoming 2022 Board Meeting Schedule - all meetings are held the second Thursday of the month at 9am in the library's meeting room and are open to everyone.

    May 12th

    June 9th

    No meetings July and August

    September 8th

    October 13th

    November 10th

    December 8th


    2022 Minutes 

    2021 Minutes

    2020 Minutes

    2019 Minutes

    2018 Minutes

    2017 Minutes



    Strategic Plan

    2020-2024 Long Range Plan