Celebrate in Two Languages!

The Attleboro Library is thrilled to bring back Amarely Agustin and Ellen Sullivan for another series of Bilingual Storytimes. On October 4th, November 1st and December 13th these library volunteers and their assistants will present stories, crafts and customs of Spanish speaking cultures around the world. These Saturday morning events are fun for the whole family, […]

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Hispanic Heritage Month at the Attleboro Library

September 15 – October 15 is National Hispanic Heritage Month, a time to celebrate the customs and contributions from those hailing from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean and Central and South America. Librarians in Attleboro are showcasing the works of Hispanic writers, poets, actors, athletes, musicians, politicians and more. Materials for adults, teens and children are […]

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Use Our New Computers

The Attleboro Public Library is excited to announce that we now have new computers at all our public workstations. The new machines are all connected to the internet and run Windows 7 as their operating system. Additionally, they have the following software installed: Office Professional Plus 2013 Internet Explorer Firefox Chrome Adobe Acrobat Audacity Gimp […]

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Now Open Saturdays

The library will resume its regular hours of operation on Monday September 8, 2014, the week after Labor Day. The end of summer means we will once again be open on Saturdays from 8:30 AM until 4:30 PM. Besides Saturday, our schedule remains the same year-round. The library’s hours of operation are as follows: Monday 8:30 to 8:30 […]

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Homeschool Reception

Are you a homeschooler?  Are you thinking about homeschooling?  Would you like to meet other families that homeschool?  Join us at the Attleboro Public Library on September 9 @ 1:30!  Krystal Brown; Children’s Librarian and Kate Hibbert; Reference Librarian will be on hand to present tools to help homeschooling families get the most out of […]

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