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Adult Activities

There’s plenty to do for all ages! Best of all all activities are FREE!

Free Fire Jugglers: A Winter Night Festival show‐stopper! Take in a spectacular Fire Show by A Different Spin that will light up the night! Watch them dip their twirlers into flammable liquid and ignite. These professionals will wow the crowds as they dance with their flaming props. A one of a kind performance that will amaze audiences of all ages.

Illusionist David Garrity will be performing 3 shows inside Attleboro City Hall. This isn’t a magic show; it’s a one-of-a-kind Show of Illusions. Approximate show times are 5PM; 6:30PM and 8PM. Don’t miss it, seating is available.

Free Grand Bonfire: Cozy up to the fire and get warm. Attleboro Firefighters create this flaming pile of wood and are on-hand to keep visitors safe as they build the fire higher and higher. Sponsored by The Sun Chronicle.

Free Ice Sculpting: Art in Ice will create a work of art with chain saws and chisels. Sponsored by Bridgewater State University.

Free Visit Attleboro Jewelers: Sparkling jewelry exhibit and sale inside the Registry of Deeds building. A great spot to warm up and see some innovations in jewelry throughout the years. Pick up a present or shop for yourself.

Jewelry manufacturers
  • Chamilia Beads & Jewelry- Sterling silver beads, beautiful designs
  • Attleboro Jewelers- Custom designs, diamonds and gemstones
  • Alex & Ani- (+) Energy bracelets and jewelry
  • Lokai- Infused with elements from the highest (Mt. Everest) and lowest points (Dead Sea) on Earth.
  • Imperial Pearl- Pearls of multicolor
  • Swarovski Crystals- Capturing the natural magic of light, styles that are timeless and fashionable.
  • Marathon- Products made from precious metals
  • LeStage Mfg.- Cape Cod Jewelry, convertible bracelets
  • Design by CAD/CAM- Manufactures, Jewelers, Supplier of America
  • Watches by: Citizens, Echo Drive, and Bulova
  • Ferrara’s Fashion Mesh- Fashion metal mesh clothing and jewelry
Jewelry Making Ambassadors
  • Women at Work Museum
  • Attleboro Industrial Museum
Pulse: Band formed at Attleboro High School in the early 70’s and just recently started playing together again as Pulse; will be playing music from the 70’s. Pete Beauregard- Drummer, Ron Dubuc- Bass/vocals, Joel Greene- Violin/guitar/vocals, Steve Lange- Guitar/vocals, and Larry Till- Vocals/guitar
Spectacular Jewelry, Sports Memorabilia Items, and Gift Certificate Raffle– (5-9pm) First floor, Attleboro Registry of Deeds (next to City Hall). Don’t miss this chance to win valuable jewelry, sports items, and gift certificates to your favorite places. Drawing will be held at 8:30
Civil War Monument Committee- Listing of Attleboro men that served in the Civil War.

FREE Disk Jockey Nate Adams (5-9pm) Under the railroad arch on Park Street. With 35 years of experience as a professional DJ, Nate Adams will entertain our Winter Night Festival crowd with popular tunes for the entire family.

Free Picture Taking: Have your photo taken by Paws, the Pawtucket Red Sox Mascot or dress up in period mesh, get bedazzled with jewelry from the past and pose for our photographer, Andy Heller. Download the photo from home for FREE!

Visit the Festival Food Court: Attleboro House of Pizza, Chub’s Blue Pig BBQ, Ezekiel Bates Masonic Lodge, Honey Dew Donuts, Hong Kong Treasures and Pickled Willy’s Food Truck will be vending hot food for $5.00 or less. Try a fried Oreo. Tables and chairs under tenting are provided for comfortable seating while eating. Sponsored by Power Home Remodeling.

Free Hayride: Take your kids on a tractor pulled hayride around festival grounds. Or feel like a kid and jump on this fun ride provided by E.D. Liston Landscaping.

Free Trackless Train: Join the children on this choo-choo ride around festival grounds. Sponsor this attraction for $1,500.

Free: Live Music: Inside City Hall First Floor Sponsor Needed $250.00










Craft Fair: Step inside Attleboro Art Museum and visit some of the most talented crafters in our area. Unique crafts are for sale at affordable prices. Pick something up for an upcoming Birthday, Anniversary, or purchase something for yourself!

Anam Cara of RI of Pawtucket, RI– Aromatherapy for body, mind and spirit. anamcara-ri.com

Art of the Gem of Warren, RI – Children’s jewelry, knotted bracelets, girls heart necklaces, name bracelets, stretchy bracelets and keychains. www.facebook.com/artofthegem

Baubles & Things of Attleboro, MA – Handmade jewelry, silk scarves, knit scarves and hats.

Bea Soapy of N. Dighton, MA – Lip balm, handmade soaps, salt bars, body pumice, & bath bombs. www.beasoapy.com

Ben Macomber of Attleboro, MA – Traditional watercolor paintings, matted & framed, consisting of New England landscapes, southwest landscapes and florals.

Curtis Willow Designs of Mansfield, MA – Handmade tote bags, scarfs, headbands & ear warmers.

Hamel Design Studio of Attleboro, MA – Jewelry, purses, bags and fine art prints. www.hameldesignstudio.com

Jam Sweet of Attleboro, MA – Jams and jelly made with real fruit including sugar free options.

J Gracie Bowtique of Taunton, MA – Handmade hair bows, headbands and seasonal wreaths.

John Hunter Housley of East Providence, RI – Original abstract landscape and shadow box paintings. www.johnhousley.com

Kave Rock Farm of Rehoboth, MA – Handmade natural alpaca fiber winter apparel, hand-knit items and yarn. www.kaverockalpaca.com

Knitting by Sue of Taunton, MA – Hand-knit and crocheted character hats.

Laura Trudell of Norton, MA – Knitted soaps, microwaveable bowl cozies and heat wraps and hanging kitchen towels.

Mittens by Linda of North Attleboro, MA – Mittens made from recycled wool sweaters.

Paulmark Greeting Cards of Attleboro, MA – Original rhyming greeting cards and assorted notecards for all occasions. www.paulmarkgreetingcards.com

Sacred Grove Creations/The Robin’s Nest of Bellingham, MA – Hand-made winter fairies, assorted crocheted items, handcrafted herb stuffed brooms, kitchen witches, incense bottles, and hand-felted enchanted home gnomes. www.therobinsnestma.com

Susan Potter of Rehoboth, MA – One-of-a-kind brooches created from vintage buttons, beads and trims.

The Black Gnat Crafts of Hopedale, MA – Luminaria, candleholders, totems and photographs.