Summer Reading for Adults

How to Participate in Summer Reading 2017:

Summer Reading is not just for kids! If you want some credit for your summer reading too then check out our Adult Summer Reading Program. In order to participate all you have to do is fill out a “Rate This Book!” review form, available at the library, and bring it back. Whether you loved the book or hated it, listened to it or read it, whether you borrowed it from us or not- we want to know what you thought!  For every form you fill out you will be entered to win a raffle prize. Prizes include Flex tickets for the Providence Bruins, a gift certificate to Bliss Dairy, and an Attleboro Arts Museum membership. Stop by the library today to get a review form! If you have any questions about our Adult Summer Reading program or need some recommendations on what to read next please feel free to contact Reader Service Coordinator, Elise LaForge, at

Summer Reading Programs for Adults:

Information Security: Staying Safe on the Internet
Wednesday 7/12,  7:00pm
Attleboro Public Library
It seems like hacking is always in the news, but did you know a few basic steps can protect you from most attacks? Just like putting on a seatbelt or washing your hands, a few simple simple actions can keep you safe and your computer healthy. Come learn these helpful tips to protect your data and your money from hackers. This program is led by Micah Nelson, who has 12 years experience in information security from the DoD to higher education. He focuses on the actions every day people can take to protect themselves against the bad guys online. *Registration is required by clicking here

Learn to Play the Ukulele!
Wednesday 7/19,  6:30pm
Attleboro Public Library
Ever wanted to try your hand at the ukulele? Now’s your chance! Adults and teens (ages 14 and up) are welcome to join Julie as she guides you through a Q&A, a short lesson and a strum-along of fun and easy songs. Julie has presented her program throughout Massachusetts, Connecticut and New York. Ukuleles will be provided or you can bring your own.*Registration is required to borrow a ukulele as instruments are limited. To register, click here

Vision Board Workshop
Wednesday 8/9,  6:00pm-8:00pm
Attleboro Public Library
A better world begins with a better you. Join Integrative Nutrition Certified Health Coach, Sue Wachta, and create a vision board that will help you realize your life goals. A vision board is a collage of photos, poems, quotes, and sometimes memorabilia that represents what you want to bring to your life.  When placed in a conspicuous place, it serves as a reminder of your desires and intentions and helps you to focus on reaching those goals. You will return home with your completed vision board and can begin making your dreams a reality!  No experience is necessary and all supplies will be provided. *Registration is required by clicking here

The Role of the Honeybee in Our Environment
Monday 8/14,  6:30pm
Attleboro Public Library
Veteran beekeeper, Kenneth Warchol, will share his knowledge on the honeybee and its role in our environment with a narrated visual presentation. You will travel right inside a beehive to better understand the mysterious social insect. Learn about the challenges honeybees face in our environment and find out how we can help this insect that is essential to our own survival. Ken will also bring a few samples of a variety of honey for everyone to taste! *Registration is required by clicking here