The Attleboro Public Library will be closed on Monday September 1, 2014, in observance of Labor Day. Our summer hours will resume on September 2, and our regular hours (including Saturdays) will resume September 8th, 2014. To learn more about Labor day and its history, visit the United States Department of Labor online. More information […]
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Join us on Tuesday night, September 9th at 6pm! GRUPO FANTASIA, voted #1 Caribbean band in New England by the New England Urban Music Awards three times, will be performing at the APL with music from Cuba, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic and South America. Band leader Angel Wagner and his fellow musicians provide traditional island […]
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 […]
Attleboro’s 1 ABC is pleased to once again bring the National Endowment for the Arts/The Big Read program to Attleboro. This year’s selection of When the Emperor was Divine by Julie Otsuka provides some unique programming opportunities for our community. This subtle story of life in the detainment camps during World War II, offers our […]
It may have seemed like winter was never going to end, but all of a sudden it is staying light later and school is letting out. This year summer officially begins on June 21. At the Attleboro Public Library, this means that we will switch to our summer hours the following week. We will be […]