Soul Shine Holistic Center 32 Olney St, Seekonk, MA02771 Soul Shine Holistic Center offers a variety of healing modalities for the mind, body and spirit such as meditation,…More sacred heart yoga, reiki treatment with crystals, massage therapy, reflexology, nutrition and acupuncture. It also provides tarot card readings, integrated energy and crystal energy healing, angel card readings, ear coning and chakra clearing and balancing.
Hebron Village Apartments 988 Read St, Attleboro, MA02703 Hebron Village Apartments is an apartment complex located on Read Street in downtown Attleboro. It is conveniently…More located to Route I-95 and is close to Providence. It offers apartments with one, two and three bedrooms and with such amenities as dishwashers. The complex also has an outdoor basketball court.
Thomas E. Willett Elementary School 32 Watson Ave, Attleboro, MA02703 Thomas E. Willett Elementary School is one of five elementary schools in Attleboro. Willett, home of the Willett…More Whalers, follows the district's goal in its journey toward excellence through two core programs including Everyday Math (Chicago Math), a program that approaches mathematics through problem solving using everyday experiences and Reading Street, a program that monitors students' reading progress. Students have access to the school's more than 10,000 books and a computer-based reader monitoring program, Accelerated Reader. Willett's curriculum also includes art, computer, music and physical eduction. Willett has an active Parent Teacher Organization that meets monthly to develop and execute enrichment, reading and after-school programs for students.
Attleboro Public Library 74 N Main St, Attleboro, MA02703 The Attleboro Public Library is more than a historic building with an 80,000 collection. The library, first opened in…More 1907 with an endowment and donated land from Joseph L. Sweet, is a place for the community to participate in children's programs, access the Internet and be part of a city-wide reading program. It is a place for patrons to listen to audio books, read old periodicals and receive homework help. The library hosts story time for children ages infant to 18 months, training and development courses, chess clubs and multiple sclerosis support groups.