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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Women in World Jazz Concert

Saturday, April 13 at 2 p.m. in the Marble Lobby In this educational concert, Women in World Jazz celebrate the diversity and power of creativity. The presentation includes vocal and instrumental music from different eras, cultures, and styles. The program is designed for all ages and offers audience participation playing and singing.Women In World Jazz […]

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