Update on Library Services

Whew, it’s been a busy few weeks! Thank you to our wonderful community for all the kind words as we work hard to continue to offer our services to the best of our ability. Although our building remains closed to the public at this time, the Attleboro Public Library has begun implementing a phased reopening plan based […]

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Neighbors in Dialogue: Listening to and Learning from Each Other

A virtual community discussion on racism and antiracism centered on Ibram X. Kendi’s ideas in the books, Stamped From the Beginning and Stamped: Racism, Antiracism and You will take place on Wednesday, July 22, from 6-8pm. Reverend Cheryl Harris will moderate a large group discussion, followed by small group discussions led by trained facilitators. Cheryl […]

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Antiracist Resources

The library doesn’t have all the answers but we do have important information and resources to help everyone understand the prejudices and inequities in our society. We’ve looked at our collections and scoured the internet to share some of these resources with you. Don’t see what you’re looking for? Please call (508-222-0157) or email us […]

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Curbside Pickup Now Available

Although our building remains closed to the public at this time, the Attleboro Public Library has begun implementing a phased reopening plan based on city and state guidelines, as well as available PPE and cleaning supplies. Please see below for our latest updates. Phone lines are open from 8:30am-4:30pm on Mon/Tues/Wed/Fri, 12:30-8:30pm on Thursdays, and 8:30-1:30pm on […]

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Reopening Plans Are Being Prepared

In accordance with the state’s guidelines, and with input from local government, the Library is creating a phased reopening plan. Details will be forthcoming. For now, limited curbside services are set to begin on Wednesday, May 27. Limited inside access for materials check-outs only will begin with Phase 2 of the Massachusetts Reopening Plan, no […]

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