We’re Starting A Play Dough Club!

Is making a mess with play dough the ONLY thing that makes it so fun and popular with children? What is it really good for?  It turns out that there are many benefits and learning opportunities that come from playing with this classic toy. Explore the benefits of play dough in our NEW monthly Play Dough Club. […]

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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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Summer Hours Start This Week

Summer has come to Attleboro and it’s brought changes to our hours. We’ll be open on Saturdays until 1:30, and Thursday’s new hours are 12:30 to 8:30. We hope to see you enjoying the season as you stop in to enjoy one of our many programs, pick up a museum or park pass, or stock […]

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Book A Librarian This Summer!

Have some extra time this summer? Take advantage of our “Book a Librarian” program and learn a new resource!  Library staff are willing to help anytime, but some situations require a more individualized approach.  Library staff will schedule an hour long one-on one appointment to help you learn about OverDrive – our downloadable eBook, eAudiobook, or […]

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See Boston by Foot with our newest Museum Pass!

Each year the Friends of Attleboro Library purchase discount passes to a variety of local attractions. Typically these discounts are for museums and parks. This year, the Friends are offering some new opportunities and our patrons are excited! Boston By Foot is one of our newest and most unique passes. A non-profit, educational organization founded in 1976, promoting […]

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