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Thoreau in the Woods

The woods at the Oak Knoll Wildlife Sanctuary in Attleboro will echo with the words of Henry David Thoreau on Saturday, April 1. The Mass Audubon facility is the site for a reading of selected Thoreau writings as part of the Attleboro Public Library’s celebration of the Thoreau Bicentennial, a state-wide project. Strollers on the […]

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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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Have you heard about Tumblebooks?

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 […]

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