The Attleboro Public Library has a new club starting up in October for tweens and teens who are interested in technology! The High Tech Club will meet once a month on a Thursday night, offering youth the opportunity to explore the library’s newly acquired tech toys. Thanks to a generous grant from the Rotary Club […]
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Two weeks actually, that is how long you can check out a puzzle for from the Attleboro Public Library. With cold weather right around the corner, puzzles are just the right thing to keep entertained while inside. Stop by to browse through our newest collection. Puzzles have been donated by the public, pieces counted, and […]
For some children, it is difficult to sit still long enough to read. Age, attention span and literacy skills can all be factors that make it difficult to share books with a child. That’s where wordless picture books come in! Sharing a wordless book with your child can often be an effective way to engage […]
What is the Big Read? According to the NEA website, “A program of the National Endowment for the Arts, NEA Big Read broadens our understanding of our world, our communities, and ourselves through the joy of sharing a good book. Managed by Arts Midwest, this initiative offers grants to support innovative community reading programs designed […]
Station Eleven chronicles the journey of roving actors and musicians as they share their talents with survivors starved for something more than the basic necessities of life. This is in keeping with the NEA’s Big Read which brings FREE cultural, educational and informative events to the city of Attleboro, eliminating barriers to access, such as […]