Tues & Thurs: 9am-8pm
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The Southeast Steuben County Library opened in 2000 under its current name. It was known formerly as the Corning Area Public Library. From 1930 to the mid-1970s, it was housed in the historic World War Memorial Library building on Pine Street in Corning. In 1975, the Library moved to Nasser Civic Center Plaza. The Library serves the City of Corning and the towns of Erwin, Corning, Caton, Lindley, Hornby and Campbell. The Library is a member of the Southern Tier Library System.
The Southeast Steuben County Library provides free and open access to collections, electronic resources and innovative services which anticipate, support and respond to the ever-changing informational, cultural and leisure needs of all people within our community.