News & Announcements
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Featuring treasures on art, history, biography, and nature.
London’s National Theatre Performances
The Woods Hole Public Library and Falmouth Academy have collaborated to bring video performances of London’s 2015-2016 National Theatre plays to Falmouth. Performances take place in Falmouth Academy’s new and fully accessible Morse Hall, using state-of-the-art projection equipment. These showings will not be live simulcasts, but will be screened several weeks after the productions open in London.
Les Liaisons Dangereuse
The Audience with Helen Mirren
As You Like It
Groups are welcomed.
|Forgotten Gems Book Club|
Librarian Kellie Porter will lead discussions of books by well-known and respected, but seldom read, authors. The group will meet on the first Wednesday of each month from 4 to 5 pm. Copies of the books will be available for checkout at the Library.
Knitting season is back. From October through April, Knitting Club will meet in the Ratcliffe Room on the first and third Thursday of every month from 4:30 to 6:30 PM.
|All Ages Coloring Club|
All Ages Coloring Club will continue through the winter on the last Tuesday of the month from 4:00 to 5:00 PM.
A nationally popular movement, this activity promotes relaxation and mindfulness, and colorers of all ages report that it is fun too! All are welcome to join. The Library provides materials.
For more information, call 508-548-8961.
| Calling all young outdoor adventurers!
WHOA! an acronym for “Woods Hole Outdoor Adventurers” is the name the Woods Hole Public Library has given to a collection of kits they have created to help young children explore the out-of- doors. Funded by the Brabson Family Foundation, each kit is contained in a back-pack and consists of a simple field guide and tools designed for each specialty.
The kits will all be available at the library to check out for one week. All people with CLAMS cards may borrow the kits, but they must come into the Woods Hole Library to check out and return the items. For further investigations, the Library has many field guides, for both children and adults which may be checked out too. more…
Thanks to a grant from the Falmouth Track Club, the Library has a brand new expansive shelf in its front hall. Built by local expert carpenter Rusty Strange, it provides a place for the Library to present information about local activities and services, and for a new “Books-to-Go” initiative.
Books on this shelf are ready for people to pick up without the responsibility of returning them. The Library sees this as a complement to their usual loaning policy, giving people who are only passing through town an opportunity to grab a book and go read.