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English Conversation Circle Series

The Attleboro Library is hosting a new English Conversation Circle series for adults, starting on Friday, June 7, at 1pm. English conversation circles provide non-native English speakers an opportunity to practice their conversational English skills with other adult learners in a relaxed and informal group setting.  Typical discussion topics are current events, travel, dining, entertainment, […]

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Parking in Downtown Attleboro

Attleboro’s Sanford Street Parking Garage is closed for repairs and will remain closed through the end of July. This means that more people will be using the municipal lot next to the Library. When attending library events, please allow sufficient time to find parking in the lot, other local municipal lots, or on surrounding streets, […]

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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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