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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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Top 10 Back to School Essentials for Adults

Back to school means brushing up on the latest tech tools for many of our adult students.  Take the time to familiarize yourself with the free tools the library offers. Let’s start with the library catalog. Are you researching a project? Create a handy list of titles by using the “Book Tools” button found on […]

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Seven Books to Read Before This Summer’s Political Conventions

It’s political convention time! Ever wonder what our founding fathers intended? The Federalist Papers by Alexander Hamilton, James Madison, and John Jay, examines constitutional law and the constitutional history of our country. Alexander De Tocqueville’s Democracy in America analyzes both the U.S. democratic process and social equality, and is standard reading for political pundits.  For […]

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