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Celebrate in Two Languages!

The Attleboro Library is thrilled to bring back Amarely Agustin and Ellen Sullivan for another series of Bilingual Storytimes. On October 4th, November 1st and December 13th these library volunteers and their assistants will present stories, crafts and customs of Spanish speaking cultures around the world. These Saturday morning events are fun for the whole family, […]

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Library Closed on President’s Day

Here are three things you may be interested to know about President’s Day: The Attleboro Public Library will be closed. We will resume our normal hours of operation on Tuesday February 18th, 2014. President’s Day has been around since 1885. It was originally established to commemorate the birthday of George Washington. The White House was […]

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Library Closed for MLK Day

The library will be closed on Monday January 20th, 2014 in observation of Martin Luther King Day. We will resume our normal hours of operation on Tuesday. To learn more about Martin Luther King, visit The King Center online. To learn more about Attleboro’s 27th Annual King Day Celebration, read this article in the Attleboro […]

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Kid Scientists

The Attleboro Library and STEM

For the last three years, Attleboro Public Library has been supporting local STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) efforts through programming, staff training and materials purchasing.  The public library has great potential for STEM programming because it taps into children’s natural interests while also facilitating informational learning.  The library has the capability to introduce families to […]

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