Opening a Dialogue Regarding Mental Health

May is Mental Health Awareness month and the Attleboro Public Library is hosting several displays around the building to bring awareness to mental health issues. Our community is fortunate in that there are many local agencies also promoting health and wellness, including the United Way and the South Bay Mental Health Center. It is estimated […]

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Celebrating Día in Attleboro

At the Attleboro Public Library, we celebrate literacy every day, so you can imagine our delight when a national holiday like El día de los niños/El día de los libros (Children’s Day/Book Day) comes along! This holiday, called Dia! for short, and supported by the American Library Association, originated in Mexico and was brought to national attention […]

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April is National Poetry Month!

Samuel Taylor Coleridge famously said that poetry is, “the best words in the best order.” It has also been said that poetry is “efficient literature,” packing a powerful, emotion filled punch using few words. Whether you agree with these descriptions or not, the staff, board and volunteers at the Attleboro Library encourage you to give […]

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