September first can mean the beginning of many things, but over at the library we’re excited about the start of National Library Card Sign-up Month! Former first lady, Laura Bush, once said “I have found the most valuable thing in my wallet is my library card” and we couldn’t agree more. In addition to borrowing […]
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Doing some Back-to-School shopping? Use the free library subscription to Consumer Reports and access ratings and reviews on consumer electronics, home electrics and more! To save a link on your device to the library Consumer Reports login, follow these steps (steps should be similar for iOS and Android devices): Open your browser and go […]
Blackout Poetry is back by popular demand! Back in May, a group of 15 teens and tweens got together and made some amazing poetry using the pages of recycled books, and they had so much fun they requested to do it again! We have granted their request and planned another session of Blackout Poetry on […]
It’s hard to believe that the summer is ending and schools will be starting any day now. With the approach of Fall comes one of Attleboro’s greatest events: the city-wide Big Read! Dedicated to the Big Read’s late committee member Judy Robbins, this year’s series of events will focus on imagination and feature the fantasy book […]
Did you know that we recently started a Genealogy Club at the library? Guided by Reference Librarian, Eleni Tsoukatos, the mission of the club is to bring together people curious about their family history, so they can share their success stories, roadblocks, thoughts, and questions with one another. Club members range from beginners to more […]