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Jan 30

- Celebrate Recovery
- Monday Night Soup Kitchen

Jan 31

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

Feb 1

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

Feb 2

- Groundhog Day
- Open Food Pantry

Feb 4

- Church Thrift Store Open

Feb 6

- Celebrate Recovery
- Happy Birthday Massachusetts!
- Monday Night Soup Kitchen

Feb 7

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

Feb 8

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

Feb 9

- Open Food Pantry

Feb 11

- Church Thrift Store Open
- Mass 211 Day

Feb 13

- Celebrate Recovery
- Monday Night Soup Kitchen

Feb 14

- Open Food Pantry
- Tuesday Night Soup Kitchen
- Valentine's Day
- Waters Cafe

Feb 15

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

Feb 16

- Open Food Pantry
- You Are Not Alone - Greater Attleboro Recovery Network

Feb 17

- Lent 2021

Feb 18

- Church Thrift Store Open

Feb 20

- Celebrate Recovery
- Monday Night Soup Kitchen

Feb 21

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

Feb 22

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

Feb 23

- Open Food Pantry

Feb 25

- Church Thrift Store Open
- Second Chance Clothes - Free Clothing Distribution

Feb 27

- 4th Monday Networking
- Celebrate Recovery
- Monday Night Soup Kitchen

Feb 28

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

Local Recreation Departments

100+ Things to Do
and Places to Go and See
in and around Attleboro, Massachusetts!


  1. Capron Park Zoo LINK
  2. La Salette Shrine LINK
    The National Shrine of Our Lady of LaSalette is located at 947 Park Street in Attleboro. LaSalette encourages the public to visit in person and enjoy the flowers in their beautifully kept gardens in the summer, stroll among the statuary gardens and celebrate Christmas during the Festival of Lights, a spectacular display of more than 225,000 lights, concerts and events during the Christmas Season
  3. North Attleboro Nat'l Fish Hatchery LINK
  4. Diamond Hill Vineyards LINK
  5. Arboretum at Riverside - Walking Tours LINK
  6. Roger Williams Park Zoo LINK
  7. Roger Williams National Memorial LINK
  8. Cathedral of St. John LINK
  9. R.I. Historical Society LINK
  10. Oyster House Marina LINK
  11. Rhode Island State House
  12. East Providence Yacht Club
  13. John D. Rockefeller JR Library
  14. Governor Stephen Hopkins House
  15. Seekonk Grand Prix
  16. Seekonk Speedway
  17. Stony Brook Nature Center
    Stony Brook Wildlife Sanctuary consists of 245 acres of fields, forests, and wetlands.
    Unique features include a boardwalk across the pond, a marsh, and an All-Person's Trail.
    Indoor exhibits interpret these unique habitat features and provide space for large groups.
    Teacher training in Project Wild/Project Wet and vernal pool certification are some of the
    hands-on adult programs they offer. And lecture specialties include The World of Butterflies.
  18. Martin House Farm
  19. Shaw's Boat Yard
  20. Taunton Yacht Club
  21. Moose Hill Wildlife Sanctuary
  22. Brewer's Cove Haven Marina
  23. Governor Sprague Mansion
  24. Lavin's Marina
  25. Stanley's Boat Yard
  26. Striper Marina
  27. Joy Homestead
  28. Attleboro Area Industrial Museum
  29. Jordan's Furniture-MARDI GRAS!
  30. Battleship Massachusetts
  31. Emerald Square Mall
  32. Showcase Theatre - N. Attleboro
  33. Route 1 Cinema Pub (Shows always $6.00)
  34. More nearby cinemas and DRIVE-INS
  35. North Bowl Lanes
  36. Balfour Riverwalk Park
  37. Monster Mini-Golf Seekonk
  38. Putters Indoor Mini-Golf
  39. Golf and...
  40. More Golf! Oh! and...
  41. Miniature Golf AND MORE! And let's not forget the...
  42. Norton Mass Golf Museum

  43. Freetown-Fall River State Forest

  44. Massasoit State Park

  45. F. Gilbert Hills State Forest Over a thousand acres in Foxboro and Wrentham, 23 miles of trails, nice and hilly, great place for taking a long hike, dog walking and mountain biking. Good Mountain Biking/multi-use trails, many challenging areas, some areas are muddy year-round. Few picnic tables. Nice fall colors here as well. Convenient to I95, I495, Rt. 1, close to Gillette Stadium.

  46. Watson Pond State Park

  47. YMCA Attleboro

  48. The Hall at Patriot Place

  49. Patriot Place

  50. Gilette Stadium

  51. Attleboro Public Library

  52. Richard's Memorial Library

  53. Rose Garden Coffeehouse

  54. Tweeter Center For the Performing Arts

  55. Dunkin Donuts Center in Providence, RI Located in the heart of the Renaissance city Providence, the Dunkin’ Donuts Center is the premier events arena. Home to the AHL Providence Bruins and Big East PC Friars, it is host to various sporting events, major concerts, family shows first-class entertainment and trade shows.

  56. Area Playgrounds and Popular MOMS Club Activities You will find 19 things to do with your little ones here.

  57. Winslow Farm Animal Sanctuary Tucked into the woods of Norton, MA is a place of wonder, where child-sized paths wind past gardens colored with purple cone flowers and emerald herbs, where classical music intersperses with the sound of animals, and incense wafts around teepees and through archways...

  58. Providence Place This is the ideal venue for tour de force shopping excursions, family outings and intimate rendezvous. With more than 170 stores, eight restaurants, and entertainment venues, you’ll find something for every age, taste and style.

  59. Wrentham Village Premium Outlets

  60. Borderland State Park

  61. Oak Knoll Wildlife Sanctuary
    With a diversity of habitats close to the center of Attleboro, Oak Knoll Wildlife Sanctuary is a perfect place to learn about the nature of Massachusetts. Discover vernal pools, wetlands, Talaquega Lake, forests, and field habitats out on their trails, or explore natural history topics in their program room. Highlighted programs include topics related to tree identification, vernal pools, and current environmental issues.

  62. Purgatory Chasm State Reservation

  63. WWI Memorial Park/Petting Zoo and while you're there stroll through...

  64. Julia's Garden

  65. Lincoln Woods State Park

  66. Blackstone River Bikeway My husband, son and I go here to rollerblade. We love it! Click on their 'Fast Park Finder' link and learn about 29 more exciting places to go for family fun and adventure! Here's another link to the Bikeway.that I found, too.

  67. McCoy Stadium/PawSox

  68. Fireworks

  69. Visual Arts Center and Morse Allen Wildlife Sanctuary
  70. Rayhnam Taunton Dog Track
    Last Time Around the Track> SUN CHRONICLE ARTICLE
  71. Things to Do at DCR Parks (Dept. of Conservation and Reservation)
    There are facilities for swimming, camping, hiking, walking and bike riding at DCR's Parks but they also offer fishing, canoeing, horseback riding, sailing, wind surfing, rock climbing, skiing, golfing, and other recreational activities. There are opportunities for picnics, outdoor performances, areas to rent for company or family gatherings, historic sites, skating rinks, playgrounds, athletic fields, interpretive programs and much more.
  72. Providence Children's Museum
  73. RISD Museum
  74. Raynham Flea Market Over 25 years of operation as the regions most successful flea mart
  75. Canoe River Campground
  76. Orpheum Theatre in Foxboro

  77. A program designed to help parents find wonderful and affordable programs and events to do with their children while supporting a local community arts organization. OrpheumKids will include carefully selected talented musical performances, educational events, quality programs and other entertainment.
  78. For safe and fun things for your children to read and do online go to our KID ZONE!
  79. The Uncommon Theatre CompanyAn exciting place for children and adolescents to gain confidence as they are introduced to the wonderful world of quality theater
  80. POW-WOWS ! Massachusetts Center for Native American Awareness (events page) You will find pow-wows and other Native American events going on throughout the entire year !
  81. Fish Feeding
    Join Bass Pro Shop in Foxboro  The aquarium is filled with over 400 native Massachusetts fish (courtesy of the Massachusetts Department of Fisheries and Wildlife). *** On Saturdays only, you may even be chosen to be their honorary fish feeder of the day!
  82. Waterfire!
  83. Massachusetts Festivals
    52 links here !!!
  84. Pick your own vegetables, herbs, berries and fruit at LOCAL FARMS!
  85. Tree Root That Ate Roger Williams
  86. Looking for a place to go fishing, hunting, hiking, or wildlife watching? Try HERE!
  87. Lancaster Flea Market (>25, but <50 miles from North Attleboro) New Englands largest indoor/outdoor flea market
  88. Spatcher Pool right here in Attleboro and VERY popular!
  89. 7 Arrows Herb Farm At its heart Seven Arrows is an Uncommon Plant Nursery with its roots spreading deep into the soil of the 18th century Uriel Bowen homestead on the Attleboro/Seekonk Massachusetts town line. We see ourselves as a constantly evolving farm and garden the focus of which is sharing - of our time, our knowledge (which we hope grows each day) and of the great peace and joy found in the natural world.
  90. Women At Work Museum
  91. Normandy Farms This large, full-service RV campground has it all, including an indoor and outdoor pool, restaurant with outdoor seating and a clubhouse. It's kind of like a hotel for your RV. There is also a new off-leash dog park. Well behaved dogs of all sizes are allowed. There are no additional pet fees. Dogs must be quiet, leashed, cleaned up after, and not left unattended at any time.
  92. Twin River Event Center Lincoln, RI
  93. Things To Do in Massachusetts - Mass.Gov - outdoor activities, professional sports teams, state parks, travel and tourism! Follow the links to hundreds more!
  94. Plainville Paintball
  95. Bay State Blades Learn to skate with Bay State Blades! They offer ice skating lessons at 24 locations in Massachusetts and are open year round! 
  96. Fuller Craft Museum Brockton, MA
  97. AHA! is a monthly free celebration of Arts & Culture in Downtown New Bedford.
  98. Buttonwood Park Zoo
  99. The Children's Museum in Easton
  100. Zoo New England (Franklin Park Zoo and Stone Zoo in Boston, MA)
  101. Hot Air Balloon Rides
  102. Massachusetts Festivals, Fairs & Concessions
  103. Comedy: Comedy Factory RI, Improv Soup, Speed of Thought Players,
    Improv Jones, Improv Asylum, RI Comedy Connection, National Amusements
  104. Massachusetts Ski Area Guide This is a very complete list of places to ski, as well as, snow tube. Also, experience New England's largest canopy zip line tour at Berkshire East.
  105. Circle of Friends Coffeehouse Franklin, MA - "Probably the finest church coffeehouse in the country." -Ellis Paul
  106. Bank of America Skating Center Downtown Providence, RI
  107. Slater Mill - Named 2009 Editors' Choice for "Best History Escape" in Rhode Island by Yankee Magazine
  108. Here are NINE Lakes in Bristol County to explore!
  109. Yawgoog Trails  Yawgoog Scout Reservation
    (Camp Yawgoog) in Rockville, Rhode Island, and beyond. Includes portions of
    the Arcadia Wildlife Management Area and the Pachaug State Forest in Connecticut.
  110. Caratunk Wildlife Refuge Trail  Seekonk, MA Set on 195 acres with ponds, fields, streams, a small bog area, and boulder-strewn woodlands, Caratunk is a hidden gem just waiting to be discovered.
  111. Jam Time Maynard, MA - Metro West's premiere play space catering to little ones 3 months - 7 years old. This ultra clean, safe and unique indoor playground features climbing structures, slides, an imaginative play house, ball pit, play tables, baby soft play area + more. Jam Time is open 7-days a week for open play with no membership required, so stop by anytime!
  112. Food and Wine Events for the Greater Boston and Cape Cod areas.
  113. Laughter Yoga - 4th Monday of every month at the First Universalist Society in Franklin, MA
  114. Triboro Youth Theatre - a non-profit theatre company located in Attleboro.  As of Nov 2011 they are in their 16th season.  Quality shows.  Check out their calendar.  Q . .........
  115. Triboro Musical TheatreTMT's Mission is to enrich the area by producing classic and contemporary musical theatre that is entertaining, creative and rewarding for their audiences, the community and artists.
  116. Union Velo Cycling Club Inc is a bicycle club located in the Attleboro area of Bristol County, Massachusetts
  117. Edaville, USA - a Special Events Park in Carver, MA
  118. Millis Wonderland, Spectacular Free Drive Through Christmas Light Display, Millis, MA
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