Attleboro’s Winter Night Festival

Downtown Attleboro, 86 Park Street, Attleboro, MA, 02703

Saturday, Feb 22nd, 2020 • 4:00-7:30pm — FREE ADMISSION

Rain/Snow Date: Sunday, Feb 23rd, 2020

The City of Attleboro is holding its tenth Winter Night Festival in Downtown Attleboro on Saturday, February 22nd, 2020; 4:00-7:30pm. The Attleboro Arts Museum is a festival partner of this popular city‐wide event. Pack up the family and come on down! Free admission!

  • Walk on the wildside – and visit with alpacas from Kave Rock Farm
  • Keepsake caricatures from Adam Cristaldi and Dave Laferriere
  • Creative ice sculpting from Art In Ice
  • Remarkable fire juggling from A Different Spin
  • Unique face painting from Art on the Spot
  • Great tunes and fun from DJ Nate Adams
  • Larger than life surprise attractions – also from A Different Spin
  • A lively drum circle from Drums for One and All
  • Classic hayrides through the Festival grounds provided by E.D. Liston
  • Grand bonfire on the Attleboro Arts Museum’s lawn

… And so much more!

Visit the Winter Night Festival’s website: 


Inside the Attleboro Arts Museum during the Winter Night Festival:

  • View Character Development – Collection and Contemporary Portraits Exhibition
  • View selections from Luminaria – An Exhibition of original, Illuminated Artforms Mounted in Partnership with the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life of Greater Attleboro
  • Shop for unique, handmade items from local vendors appearing in the AAM’s Craft Fair and Art Sale – see below for details! Support our local artists.


Shop with the following vendors:

  • Anam Cara Aromatherapy of Pawtucket, RI –  Aromatherapy for body, mind and spirit.
  • Art of the Gem of Warren, RI – Handmade jewelry made with international beads, key chains, bracelets, bookmarks and more!                 
  • Baubles & Things of Attleboro, MA – Handmade beaded jewelry, silk scarves, knit scarves and hats.
  • Bea Soapy of N. Dighton, MA – Handmade goat milk soap, specialty soaps, shea & cocoa butter hand and body lotion, lip balm, emulsified sugar scrubs & bath bombs.
  • Ben Macomber of Attleboro, MA – Traditional watercolor & cubist style original paintings.
  • Chestnut Farm & Apiary of Bellingham, MA – Hand-crafted honey and beeswax products.
  • Holly Wach Art of Pawtucket, RI – Regional winter bird paintings, prints and gift cards.
  • Jam Sweet of Attleboro, MA – Jams and jellies made the old-fashioned way using fresh ingredients and no additives or preservatives. Many items are sugar-free, a healthy, tasty choice for diabetics.
  • John Hunter Housley of East Providence, RI – Original abstract landscape and letter paintings.
  • Karen Kuffrey & Rachel Gallagher of Attleboro, MA – Hand-knitted headbands & dishcloths, hand-sewn heating pads, polymer clay earrings and mini paintings.
  • Kave Rock Farm of Rehoboth, MA – Handmade natural alpaca fiber winter apparel and hand-knit items.
  • Kristin’s Creations of Attleboro, MA – Handmade resin & alcohol ink artworks and gifts for the home.
  • Megan Surdam of Providence, RI – Unique crocheted items including hats and scarves.

And featuring:

  • Attleboro Arts Museum Gift Shop – A range of irresistible items … from original art, to jewelry, to housewares – and more.


The Sun Chronicle newspaper announces the 2020 Winter Night Festival.

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