The Attleboro Historic Preservation Society
Promoting and preserving Attleboro’s historical treasures
The Attleboro Historic Preservation Society, Inc. (AHPS) was organized in 1999 by a group of citizens concerned with the future of the East Attleborough Academy Building located at 28 Sanford Street in downtown Attleboro.
The Society works in conjunction with the Attleboro Historical Commission to
- Preserve, promote and develop the historical assets of the Attleboro
- Promote the education of all citizens of Attleboro as to the historical treasures located within the city
- Promote the study, collection and preservation of historical records, traditions, relics, landscapes, landmarks and building located in and related to Attleboro
AHPS Programs for 2022-2023
* Programs held at the Attleboro Area Industrial Museum (AAIM) at 42 Union Street Attleboro unless otherwise noted
- September 15 (Thursday) at 6:45 PM: Show & Tell – Bring your story, photo, artifact, or other memorabilia to share.
- October 20 (Thursday) at 6:45 PM: Ten Mile – The River that Built this City
- November 19 (Saturday) at 11:00 AM – Bethany Chapel & Historic Neighborhood @ Bethany Chapel, 516 Newport Avenue
- December 8 (Thursday) at 5:30 PM – Members’ Holiday Dinner at Morin’s Diner (tickets will be available for sale prior to the dinner)
- January 19 (Thursday) at 6:45 PM: Annie Evans: Attleboro’s First Female & African-American Police Officer
- February 22 (Wednesday) at 6:45 PM: Celebrating the 100th Anniversary of the Attleboro Arts Museum @ Attleboro Arts Museum 86 Park Street
- March 16 (Thursday) at 6:45 PM: Peck House 300th Anniversary and the D.A.R.
- April 20 (Thursday) at 6:45 PM: To be determined
- May 18 (Thursday) at 6:45 PM: Solid and Steady: The Robinson Building
- June 10 (Saturday) 10 AM – 1 PM: Woodlawn Cemetery Walking Tours – 825 North Main Street (Rain date is June 17)