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Observing MLK Day in Attleboro

The library will be closed on Monday, January 16th, 2017 in observation of Martin Luther King Day. We will resume our normal hours of operation on Tuesday, when we open at 8:30am. To learn more about Martin Luther King, visit The King Center online. Information on the Martin Luther King Day of Service can be […]

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Welcome to 2017!

Where does the time go? We have seen changes in hours, personnel, programs, volunteers, and how the Library is valued in 2016. Successes include the Genealogy Club, our numerous book groups, Tail Waggin’ Tutors, Attleboro’s Big Read, Tween/Teen filmmaking and Photography Club, Sensory Story Time, the Hungrytown concert, the Memory Café, Adult Coloring Nights and […]

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Summer Learning Made Easy, Fun and FREE

July 14th is National Summer Learning Day! According to research done by the National Summer Learning Association, every summer, low-income youth lose two to three month in reading while higher-income youth make slight gains. Most youth lose about two month of math skills in the summer. These losses add up, leaving low-income youth behind by […]

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