Observing Memorial Day in Attleboro

The Attleboro Public Library will be closed Monday, May 27th in observance of Memorial Day. The library will resume its normal hours of operation at 8:30am on Tuesday, May 28th. Memorial Day is a United States federal holiday celebrated the last Monday of May to honor the men and women who died while serving in the military. […]

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APL Writers Performing “Life Changing Moments” at Christopher Heights

The Public is invited to join the APL Writers at Christopher Heights on Thursday, May 23 from 6:30-8pm for “Life Changing Moments: Challenges and Triumphs.” Select members of the group will be reading their stories of incredible real-life challenges and triumphs. This work has been inspired by the work of Frank Sawyer, visually impaired writer […]

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New Sensory Program for Families

The Attleboro Library is pleased to announce that we are hosting a new sensory program for children and their families.  One Thursday evening a month, Mrs. Brown will host “Sensory Play & Stories” for kids of all ages and their adult.  Enjoy activities to engage your child’s sense of sight, touch, movement, balance & hearing.  […]

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Print and Digital Magazines @ the Library

We don’t always have time to read an entire novel, but magazines, and their short articles and colorful pictures keep us informed and entertained while only taking up a few minutes of our time. The Attleboro Library offers both print and digital magazines on a variety of topics. Print magazines are available in the second […]

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Join the Conversation on Climate Change

On Wednesday April 24th at 7pm, the Attleboro Public Library and Attleboro Sustain-Ability group will be holding an engaging discussion on climate change featuring Dr. Nathan Phillips. Dr. Phillips is a Professor in the Department of Earth and Environment at Boston University. His research in climate science focuses on how trees, in forests and cities, […]

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