The Woods Hole Public Library is setting the stage for kids to come visit the Library every Saturday afternoon in January, February and March. These activities have become a winter-time staple.
At two o’clock every Saturday there will be Knitting for Kids when children of all ages and abilities are welcome to stop by and pick up a life-long skill. Teachers will be available so that there will be one-on-one instruction for all levels.
At three o’clock every Saturday, there will be a film for kids in the lower level’s smaller meeting room. As always, due to the Library’s license for public viewing, the title of the films may not be used in publicity, so the Library is pleased to offer hints. The one word title of the first film on January 2 is a word that begins with the letter M and is almost a synonym for “servant” and almost rhymes with “onion.”
Of course, the Librarians are allowed to speak the title, so call the Library at 508-548-8961 to hear the exact title. These activities are free and open to the public.