Join the Attleboro Public Library, the Friends of Attleboro Public Library and The Literacy Center on Saturday, October 22nd from 10 am to 12 pm, to celebrate coffees and teas from around the world! […]
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The Attleboro Public Library is excited to announce the date for the Video Creation Viewing night! Over the past year, with federal funding from a Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) grant provided by the Institute of Museum and Library Services and administered by the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners, the Attleboro Public Library has […]
Tumblebooks is an online reading opportunity for kids that includes animated talking picture books, chapter books, videos, non-fiction titles, playlists, books in languages other than English such as French and Spanish, graphic novels and math stories. Our TumblePremium collection has nearly 1000 titles with content most appropriate for those in grades K-6! Your Attleboro Public Library card gives you access to this […]
September 15 – October 15 is National Hispanic Heritage Month, a time to celebrate the customs and contributions of the people of Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean and Central and South America. Visit the library to view titles showcasing the works of Hispanic writers, poets, actors, athletes, musicians, politicians and more. The Attleboro Public Library collects magazines, music, books, movies […]
Attleboro is joining the Indie Author Day movement on Saturday, October 8th. At 1 pm, Rusty D’Arconte, former publisher of The Sun Chronicle, will be facilitating a panel discussion of local published authors. The writers will speak about their craft, how they got started, how to get published, and are willing to answer questions from the audience. […]