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Lookout Point at WW1 Memorial Park & Zoo North Attleboro



With warmer weather fast approaching, don't forget to take the time to visit our WW1 Memorial Park and Zoo! While there, check out the new, beautiful landscaping that was recently completed near Lookout Point. In a few weeks, this area will be bustling with wildflowers!

 

Patriot Players at NAHS for Green Bandana Project Event



Thanks to NorthTV for covering today’s event at the North Attleboro High School.

Farmer's Market, Tuesdays, Plainville Senior Center


Photos of Veterans Teaching Brennan School Students How to Properly Fold the American Flag


$1000 Donation Received by the Council for Children


The Union Theatre Revival in Attleboro


Posted by Jack Lank, President of the United Regional Chamber of Commerce:  "Friends, I am part of a group of fantastic individuals that are coming together to revive the sleeping beauty in downtown Attleboro, The Union Theatre Revival.  I would  like to invite you to join us and let's bring the Union Theatre back to life."

WBZ News Radio, Reporter Matt, Visits Attleboro

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

A post shared by Matt Shearer (@reportermatt)


Thanks to Supporters of the NA Animal Shelter!


Message from NA Town Councilor Dan Donovan


"I had the opportunity today to tour the 451 Elm Street property with Town Manager Michael Borg and Assistant Town Manager Antonio Morabito. This property will eventually house a regional food distribution center as well as being the new home of the North Attleborough Senior Center. There are a lot of other exciting opportunities being discussed. And the cherry on top is that ScribbleTime is staying as a tenant and will continue to provide outstanding child care. There is some work to be done before the building can be open, but all the work as well as the purchase of the property was accomplished with federal Covid relief dollars not local property taxes. This is a huge win for the Town of North Attleboro and will become a showpiece when it opens.  Stay tuned for more announcements as the project proceeds."

Lenore's Pantry is Seeking Food Donations


Local Seniors Celebrating National Hot Chocolate Day


Photo Credit:  Town of North Attleborough - "What better way to warm up than celebrating National Hot Chocolate Day at the Senior Center."

Celebrating 88 Years!


Downtown Attleboro in the morning


Photo Credit:  Attleboro Mayor Cathleen DeSimone "It’s 5:45am on a rainy Thursday morning.. time to rise & grind!! Have a great day all🙂"

Attleboro Council on Aging Hiking Group

The COA Hiking Group had their final hike of the year at Highland Park. This group completed 28 hikes this year with an average of 17 partici- pants on each hike! Thank you to Richard LaCivita for documenting this groups adventures. "It’s been a lot of fun and an honor to organize and lead the hikes over the past three years. We’ve made a lot of friends, encountered nature and gotten some exercise. The hikes will be back next April." ~Juliet Teixeira
Click on a photo below to see full size and to scroll.


Tri-County High School Gets Funding Nod From 11 Communities for Monetization

Eleven communities across three counties have greenlit funding for a new Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School building. These communities, include Franklin, Medfield, and North Attleboro among others. The $286 million project will modernize the outdated 1973 facility, ensuring ADA compliance and accommodating around 1,000 students. Tax contributions vary by community based on student enrollment. Construction begins next summer, with the new school opening in 2027 and subsequent demolition of the old building.  Read more here.


North Attleboro High School in Top 100 of Massachusett High Schools

 "According to US News & World Report, North Attleboro High School ranks 87th out of a total of 437 publc high schools in Massachusetts, making it one of the top ranked high schools in our state.  The rankings were based on six factors including test scores, graduation rates and college preparedness... Go Big Red!"
~NAHS FSP (Family School Partnership)
U.S. News article



Attleboro Comes Up as #20
Only 4 Massachusetts towns were named among top 25 'hottest zip codes' in America and Attleboro was one of them, coming in at #20
Boston 25 News article



September 2023 Posts from Homepage


Remembering the 9/11 Victims from Southern New England



Lynn Goodall of Attleboro was aboard flight 175 with Shawn Nasanney for a getaway trip to Hawaii. (middle row, 2nd photo on the left)

North Attleboro Block Party - Aerial Drone View


Big Red Remembers


9/11 Memorial Flag Garden - N. A. High School

 


Attleboro Fire Department Remembers 9/11

 


Featured Photo Photo Credit: Pamela Begin (Pam's Pix)


"I took these photos of tonight’s full moon (August 30th) from the train depot in Attleboro.  I was clicking away and was shocked to see I captured a plane going by!  Imagine how cool the moon looked to the passengers!"
View photos here: Photo 1  Photo 2



These North Attleboro Teachers Were Once North Attleboro Students

"You know that a community has done right with their kids when this many graduate, go on to learn and explore, then return to give it all back as teachers in North.  Congratulations North Attleboro and thank you to each of these teachers for dedicating their professional lives to the families and kids of this community.  Here's to a great 23-24 school year.  We are ready!  Phil Allessi '95, Kate Lafratta Scorpio '02, Susie Udall '14, TJ Rizzo '01, Dan Burdick '11, Mel Gordon Bresson '96, Kelsey Achin Gregory '08, Maura Sullivan '99, Derek Herber '91, Carri Lasky Rushlow '98, Mike Hart '08, Jill Gabriel '11, Emily Gardner '12, Janet Pailes Beith '01, Erin McDavitt Hodgman '01, Sean Mulkerrins '99"  ~North Attleboro High School



Attleboro Elks "Kid's Day at Capron Park" 8/27/23

"We had over 350 children visit for free at Capron Park Zoo.  Elroy, "The Elk" and the Zoo's lion were on hand for high fives and hugs for all." Scroll through photos here.





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Events Calendar

Jul 14

- Indoor / Outdoor YEAR ROUND SUNDAY Flea Market
- Sabbath Day

Jul 15

- Celebrate Recovery
- Monday Night Soup Kitchen - La Salette Shrine

Jul 16

- 7th Annual LADYBUG RELEASE
- City Supper
- Open Food Pantry
- Tuesday Night Soup Kitchen
- Waters Cafe

Jul 17

- Church Thrift Store Open
- Coffee Connection
- Extreme Networking
- Food Pantry - SVDP
- Open Food Pantry
- Plainville History Museum Open

Jul 18

- Food Pantry - SVDP
- Katie's Stitch Group
- Open Food Pantry

Jul 20

- 2023 North Attleboro Firefighters Kid's Day
- Church Thrift Store Open
- Food & Friend Soup Kitchen
- Free Women's Only Self Defense Class

Jul 21

- Indoor / Outdoor YEAR ROUND SUNDAY Flea Market
- Kid's Day - North Attleboro CRAFT FAIR
- Sabbath Day

Jul 22

- 4th Monday Networking
- Celebrate Recovery
- Monday Night Soup Kitchen - La Salette Shrine

Jul 23

- City Supper
- Open Food Pantry
- Tuesday Night Soup Kitchen
- Waters Cafe

Jul 24

- Church Thrift Store Open
- Coffee Connection
- Food Pantry - SVDP
- Free Family Cafe
- Open Food Pantry
- Plainville History Museum Open

Jul 25

- Christmas in July
- Food Pantry - SVDP
- Greater Attleboro Women of Today MONTHLY MEETING
- Open Food Pantry

Jul 26

- Healing Night

Jul 27

- Church Thrift Store Open
- Food & Friend Soup Kitchen
- Free Women's Only Self Defense Class
- Second Chance Clothes - Free Clothing Distribution

Jul 28

- Indoor / Outdoor YEAR ROUND SUNDAY Flea Market
- Sabbath Day

Jul 29

- Celebrate Recovery
- Monday Night Soup Kitchen - La Salette Shrine

Jul 30

- City Supper
- Open Food Pantry
- Tuesday Night Soup Kitchen
- Waters Cafe

Jul 31

- Church Thrift Store Open
- Coffee Connection
- Food Pantry - SVDP
- Open Food Pantry
- Plainville History Museum Open

Aug 1

- Food Pantry - SVDP
- Katie's Stitch Group
- Monthly SUPPORT GROUP for Parents
- Open Food Pantry

Aug 3

- Church Thrift Store Open
- Food & Friend Soup Kitchen
- Free Women's Only Self Defense Class

Aug 4

- Indoor / Outdoor YEAR ROUND SUNDAY Flea Market
- Sabbath Day

Aug 5

- Celebrate Recovery
- Free Health Screenings
- Monday Night Soup Kitchen - La Salette Shrine

Aug 6

- Attleboro Garden Club Meeting
- City Supper
- Open Food Pantry
- Tuesday Night Soup Kitchen
- Waters Cafe

Aug 7

- Church Thrift Store Open
- Coffee Connection
- Extreme Networking
- Food Pantry - SVDP
- Open Food Pantry
- Plainville History Museum Open
- Purple Heart Day

Aug 8

- 23rd All About Alex Day
- Food Pantry - SVDP
- Open Food Pantry

Aug 10

- Church Thrift Store Open
- Food & Friend Soup Kitchen
- Free Women's Only Self Defense Class

Aug 11

- Indoor / Outdoor YEAR ROUND SUNDAY Flea Market
- Sabbath Day

Aug 12

- Celebrate Recovery
- Monday Night Soup Kitchen - La Salette Shrine

Aug 13

- City Supper
- Open Food Pantry
- Rails Trails and Ales Monthly Meeting
- Tuesday Night Soup Kitchen
- Waters Cafe

Aug 14

- Attleboro Garden Club Meeting
- Church Thrift Store Open
- Coffee Connection
- Food Pantry - SVDP
- Open Food Pantry
- Plainville History Museum Open

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