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Friends of Attleboro Animal Shelter
27 Pond St N, Attleboro, MA 02703
Friends of Attleboro Animal Shelter is a volunteer-operated animal advocacy organization. It provides additional supportMore staff for the City of Attleboro Animal Shelter.
Attleboro Area Community Garden
Riverbank Rd & Mechanic St, Attleboro, MA 02703
Attleboro Area Community Garden is a public space featuring plots for individuals to grow a variety of plants andMore flowers. A joint project of the Attleboro Land Trust and the City of Attleboro, it hosts various gardening events, including spring clean-ups and food drives to distribute fresh produce to local pantries.
Attleboro City Hall
77 Park St, Attleboro, MA 02703
Attleboro City Hall provides information about living in the community of Attleboro. Aside from the mayor's office, CityMore Hall is home to the city clerk's office, the conservation committee, the building inspector and several more municipal offices. Information on community events, including the local farmer's market, the annual fireworks display and the summer concert series is also provided.
Attleboro Arts Museum
86 Park St, Attleboro, MA 02703
Attleboro Arts Museum is a community-based arts organization working to educate and promote art in the community.More Located in downtown Attleboro across from Attleboro City Hall, the museum offers a wide range of programs and activities, including gallery exhibitions, events and classes. Classes include children's classes, teen workshops, adult classes, drawing instruction, animation, ceramics and much more. Admission to the museum is free. Call to schedule a group tour. The website provides comprehensive information.
City of Attleboro School Department
100 Rathbun Willard Dr, Attleboro, MA 02703
The Attleboro School Department, located in Attleboro High School, uses several guiding principles in the day-to-dayMore operations of the city's schools. The main role of the department is to support the schools in the district with transportation, facility help and food in a manner that is respectful, fair and inclusive. The department operates a total of nine schools with more than 500 full-time and part-time educators, more than 80 percent of whom have been teaching in the Attleboro district for more than three years.