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. Click here for the Hulbert Library Meeting Room Rules of Use.

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 The library will be open until 8pm July 1st -August 19th during the Thursday Concert Series presented by the Village of Springville, Town of Concord and the Springville Center for the Arts. Check out the schedule and more info here

Friday 12-7

Saturday 10-3

Closed Sunday and Monday


---> Family Storytime returns Thursday July 1st @ 10:30am! Join us for our first in-person storytime of 2021!. This is a weekly program of stories, songs and a craft. If we have good weather, we will have storytime in Fiddler's Green Park, directly across the library's front entrance. Recommended for ages 5 and under but all are welcome to attend. Registration is required for each week. Call 592-7742 or stop in to register. Masks and face coverings are still required inside our library. 

---> Concord Public Library Ongoing Book & Media Sale! Bring your own bag and fill it with lots of books, DVD's and audiobooks! Many children's and adult materials to choose from. All proceeds to benefit the Concord Public Library. 

---> Check out our new Library of Things! We recently added a telescope and karaoke machine to our collection with plans to add many other fun and useful items in 2021!. Give us a call or stop in for more information 716-592-7742.



All of our programs are free and open to everyone.

Face masks/coverings must be worn and adhere to social distancing protocols currently in place.


We hope you’ll join us!

Saturday June 26th 1-3 pm

Talk on the Wild Side with Hawk Creek Wildlife Center - In-Person Program 

Join us for a visit from a hawk, falcon, owl, and vulture so you not only hear about but see and appreciate the differences between the species!
For ages 6-12. Registration is required. Call 716-592-7742 or stop in to register.


Saturday July 17th 1-3 pm

Wildlife Studies with Earth Spirit Educational Services - In-Person Program 

Join an Earth Spirit Naturalist Educator on this family friendly program focused on our local wildlife. Learn how to figure out what animals roam our backyards, fly to our feeders, and live in our neighborhoods through our collection of mammal pelts, skulls, tracks, and sounds and an exploration outdoors as we look for evidence and scout for birds. This program will take place both indoor and outdoor and binoculars will be provided to those who need them. 

For ages 6 and up. Registration required – call 716-592-7742 or stop in to reserve your spot.


The Concord Public Library will host in-person showings of select live streaming classes from the Erie County Department of Senior Services University Express Program.

Attendance is limited to 10 people (for adults age 55+)

Face masks/coverings must be worn and adhere to social distancing.

You must call or visit to register 716-592-7742


  • Thursday June 17th 2021 2:00pm

I Have My DNA for Genealogy Test Results, Now What?

Find out how to sort, search, and compare your DNA matches using popular DNA for genealogy websites.

Instructor: Rhonda Hoffman, genealogy specialist, Buffalo & Erie County Public Library


  • Friday June 18th 2021 2:00pm

Plastic This and Plastic That

Learn about the kinds of plastics that are recyclable and the best ways to responsibly reuse or dispose of them.

Instructors: Gary Carrel, solid waste recycling specialist; Amy Alduino, recycling coordinator, Erie County Department of Environment and Planning, Division of Environmental Compliance Services


  • Tuesday June 29th 2021 2:00pm
  • Robert Frost

We’ll talk about the beloved poet’s most famous poems and others to discover his insight into what it meant to be alive.

Instructor: Jim Banko, retired English teacher, Buffalo Public Schools


  • Wednesday June 30th 2021 2:00pm

What is a Trust and Who Needs One

It’s a misconception that trusts are complicated, expensive, and only for the wealthy. This simple exploration is free of legalese and includes a Q&A session.

Instructor: Valerie Stanek, Esq., CFP, attorney at law; certified financial planner


  • Thursday July 1st 2021 10:00am

Protecting Your Online Identity

With so much of your personal information online, learn how to ensure security of your personal data.

Instructor: Chuck Banas, web services technical liaison, Erie County


  • Tuesday July 6th 2021 2:00pm

Behind the Curtain

Hear from local Western New York actors as they discuss how they break down Shakespeare’s text, dive into a script, and bring the Bard to life onstage each summer on Shakespeare Hill.

Instructor: Grace Aroune, community outreach coordinator, Shakespeare in Delaware Park


  • Thursday July 15th 2021 10:00am

Teachings of a Good Mind

We’ll share traditional, cultural messages of the Haudenosaunee people that help us to carry a “Good Mind” and promote respect, kindness, endurance, and compassion.

Instructor: Pete Hill, special initiatives coordinator, Native American Community Services of Erie & Niagara Counties, Inc. (NACS)


These classes (and more!) are also available to watch from home.

Go to or call 858-7605 for more information.

All of these University Express presentations are free but you must register.














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 

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

Board Meetings, Agendas, Minutes

Upcoming 2021 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.

  • July 8th
  • August 12th
  • September 9th
  • October 14th
  • November 4th
  • December 9th 

2021 Minutes

2020 Minutes

2019 Minutes

2018 Minutes

2017 Minutes



Strategic Plan