The Attleboro Public Library will be closed on Monday April 21st in commemoration of Patriots’ Day. We will resume our regular hours of operation on Tuesday. We encourage you to join us in remembering the patriots who fought for our nation’s independence in the Battles of Lexington and Concord in 1775. For more information about […]
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If you’ve ever watched children at play, you know they’re fascinated with building things—and with taking things apart to see how they work. In other words, children are natural-born engineers. Located in the Parenting Collection, 15 volumes of the Engineering is Elementary (EiE) Curriculum are waiting to be discovered and checked out. EiE was developed […]
The Attleboro Public Library is joining communities across the state to recognize the importance of early child development. Governor Patrick has declared April 5-12, 2014 “Brain Building in Progress Week” in Massachusetts, in further support of the statewide campaign led by the Department of Early Education and Care and United Way to bring together local […]
The Friends of the Attleboro Public Library are pleased to announce that they have funded a pass to the Providence Children’s Museum. Click here to reserve a pass to this or another museum/ attraction offered by the APL. Annually, the Friends of the Attleboro Public Library sponsors a number of passes to local museums and […]