The Upper Cape Camera Club will be exhibiting at the Woods Hole Historical Museum for one week. Twenty of the photographers will be showing their work, all “Views of Woods Hole,” in the middle gallery of the Museum, which will be open from Tuesday through Saturday, December 9-13, Noon-3 PM. All of the photographs will be for sale as a benefit for the Museum.
Alongside the exhibit, the Museum Shop will be open for special holiday shopping, stocked with handcrafts made by members of the Museum. Included in the offering will be hand-turned wooden bowls of local cherry, sassafras, and ash, quilted pieces, tree ornaments, and knitting and crochet work. Also, aprons made of seasonal prints have been made especially for the Shop.
Of course, the Museum’s new book “Atlantis Stories” will be available for purchase too.
The public is welcome, in fact, invited, to come enjoy the exhibit and view the offerings. For questions, call the Museum at 508-548-7270 or view the website www.woodsholemuseum.org.