We know sometimes it can be difficult to keep track of every book you’ve read, movie you’ve seen, and CD you’ve heard. The Attleboro Public Library can help you out by keeping a list for you- but only if you ask us. This is a free service that had been suspended because of technical problems, […]
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On Saturday, February 22 at 2pm, the teen writers of the APL are excited to present their works of creative writing to an audience of friends and family. As the final event of our Write On! Teen Writing Workshops, the Reading & Performance will give our teen writers a chance to share their creativity and […]
Here are three things you may be interested to know about President’s Day: The Attleboro Public Library will be closed. We will resume our normal hours of operation on Tuesday February 18th, 2014. President’s Day has been around since 1885. It was originally established to commemorate the birthday of George Washington. The White House was […]
Teens (grades 5-12) are taking over the Balfour Room every Tuesday afternoon from 2-4pm! Come play our Nintendo Wii, have a snack, make something crafty from duct tape, do homework and hang out with other Attleboro teens. If you’re an APL Teen Volunteer, you can come and work on library projects and publicity and get […]
The library will be closed on Monday January 20th, 2014 in observation of Martin Luther King Day. We will resume our normal hours of operation on Tuesday. To learn more about Martin Luther King, visit The King Center online. To learn more about Attleboro’s 27th Annual King Day Celebration, read this article in the Attleboro […]