Attleboro Weekend Agenda: Book Signing, Farmer's Market, and True Grit - Weekend Planner

September 5, 2013 – 17:28

A look at what is happening around Attleboro this weekend.

Author AJ Paquette. Credit: width=

Author AJ Paquette. Credit:

Take a look at what's going on this weekend around Attleboro. For more events, or to add your own event, check out our calendar.

Children & Young Adult Author Signing @ Ugly Dog Books

Saturday, 11 a.m.Where?
Ugly Dog Books, 75 Union St.

Come meet Children and Young Adult Author A. J. Paquette. She'll be doing a book signing. Her newest book is "Paradox." Stop in the store and check out her other titles! WOOF!

Paint & Automotive Waste Drop off

Saturday, 9 a.m.

29 Pond Street North, Attleboro, MA (off Read Street)


Attleboro residents may drop off paint products, oil, antifreeze, cardboard,
propane tanks, batteries, tires (up to 4 per year), metal, and electronics (up
to 2 TV’s per year and TV’s need a sticker from the Health

Attleboro Farmer's Market

Saturday, 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.

Finberg Field, 732 Park St. (Route 118)

The Market is located at Fineberg Field in Atttleboro which is at Park (Route 118) and Bishop Streets, between Sturdy Hospital and LaSalette Shrine. Across the street from Bliss Brothers Dairy. It is open every Saturday from mid-June through October from 9 to 1.

Big Read - 'Do You Have What it Takes - True Grit' Publicity Kickoff

Saturday, 1:30 p.m.

Balfour Riverwalk Park

n celebration of International Literacy Day, The Literacy Center, with help from The Attleboro Public Library, will publicly announce our community-wide reading of "True Grit" with tests of strength and endurance based on western themes. Horse roping; horse shoes; cowboy poetry readings, and horse riding (weather permitting) are among the activities planned. Kids: Try a pony ride in the Balfour Riverwalk next to the Library courtesy of the local Cityslickers 4 H Club. Free books and craft with Project Connect Family Center. Books and Big Read materials will be handed out. Event will be held in the Library if weather does not cooperate.

Find more information at or call The Literacy Center: 508-226-3603 or Attleboro Public LIbrary: 508-222-0157.


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