The Woods Hole Public Library continues its series of free films for kids on Saturday afternoons at 3 PM. Due to the requirements of the lease the Library holds with the film company, titles and actors cannot be named in publicity, so the Librarians have resorted to giving clues.
The film for January 23 is a renewed version of a classic children’s story and film. Hint: It is about a bear who ends up in a train station. Too easy isn’t it? This new version is made with computer generated images, and produced by the same people as Harry Potter.
The film scheduled for January 30 is an older film, well, as old as the 1980’s, and features many brontosaurus-es. It has become a classic friendly dinosaur film.
As always, interested people may call the Library to ask the actual title of the film. The Librarians are allowed and happy to answer this direct question. 508-548-8961.
All films are free and open to the public.