Attleboro’s Winter Night Festival 2023

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The  annual Attleboro Winter Night Festival is scheduled for Saturday, February 18th  from 4-8pm . It will be held downtown centering at Gilbert-Perry Square and Government Center on Park Street. Admission is free, and there’ll be free activities for all ages.

A family fun event featuring all things winter has to offer! Take a spin around festival grounds on a train or hayride to see everything the event has to offer. Free Face Painting and Caricatures, & Free Photos with Attleboro High School’s New Mascot. Head into the Attleboro Arts Museum to see art being created during the festival. Listen to drumming at the Bonfire and connect with friends. Plan on joining us in Downtown Attleboro. Plenty of parking surrounding the festival grounds.

Things To Do

Jump on the train and take a ride around festival grounds.

Grab a bite in the Food Court.

Enjoy the warmth of the Festival bonfire.

Jump in the line for a hayride.

Take a picture with Attleboro High School’s new mascot.

Take a ride on a unicorn!

Artists & Attractions

1. 4-8pm: Influencer – An Exhibition of Attleboro Arts Museum Permanent Collection Work and Contemporary Interpretations

Selections from the Museum’s Permanent Collection serve as inspiration for student artists.  Exhibit in memory of Gary Oliveira.

2. 4-8pm: Creating Awareness – Artists Work to Illuminate and Support

A team of artists will use American Cancer Society Relay For Life of Greater Attleboro paper luminaria bags as their canvas.  The artists will be working live in the Museum demonstrating artmaking techniques and helping to raise awareness.

3. 4-8pm: Caricatures by Adam Cristaldi.

Attleboro’s 2023 Winter Night Festival Food Court is Full!
Hong Kong Treasures (never missed our event!)


Chub’s Blue Pig BBQ

What’s Up Cupcake

Friskie Fries

South Attleboro Lions (hamburgers and hot dogs)

Maggie’s Munchies

In preparation of the event and for guests safety, please see the attached map of street closures on Saturday February 18th from 2 PM – to the end of the event (about 9 PM for activities to clear out). Traffic coming towards Gilbert Perry Square will be redirected via Bank St. and Railroad Ave. Traffic coming from Pleasant St. will be redirected to Falmouth St. Traffic coming down Emory will use Morey St, to Falmouth St.