The Attleboro Chess Club is always on the lookout for children interested in playing chess. Come to the children’s room on Thursday nights between 6 and 8 PM to develop your skills or show off what you already know. Players of all ages and skill levels are welcome, and there’s no need to sign up- […]
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Is this endless winter getting you down? Join the Attleboro Public Library, the Friends of Attleboro Public Library and The Literacy Center on Saturday, February 28th from 10 am to 12 pm, to celebrate coffees and teas from around the world! […]
The Attleboro Public Library is partnering with Cradles to Crayons and the Boston Bruins to provide new pajamas (sizes 4/5T-18/20) for local children in need across the commonwealth. You can make a difference by bringing in new pajama donations to the Attleboro Public Library. A donation box is located in the lobby across from the […]
Enhance your writing by joining the Attleboro Public Library’s new Writers’ Group. In relaxed, informal sessions led by facilitator Bernadine Veiga, new and experienced writers will gain tools and improve skills for telling their stories. Beginning on February 12th and continuing through the spring, the group will meet twice a month on the second and […]
Back by popular demand is the Introductory Sign Language course with instructor Lucille Vose. The class will run for eight consecutive Wednesday nights, March 4 through April 22, from 6 to 8 PM. Classes will take place in the Balfour Room of the Attleboro Public Library. Adults aged 16 and older are welcome to register. […]