The Kids’ Carnival and Tag Sale has become an annual event at the Woods Hole Public Library. This festive occasion is run primarily by kids, with proceeds donated by to the Library for kids’ projects. It always promises a rollicking good time. This year the carnival will be held on the Library grounds on Saturday, July 5, from 10 am to 12 pm. There will be music, games, face painting, a fishing booth, and grab bags, among other delights.
As usual the Library will be collecting bikes, books and gently used kids’ stuff to sell in the Tag Sale. Donations may be left at the Library Monday through Thursday afternoons preceding the sale when the Library is open, from 3-5:30. The organizers expect donations of games and toys, but ask that no clothes be among the gifts.
This event, to which the public is invited, marks the beginning of kids’ summer fun at the Woods Hole Public Library. Look for more details of the children’s independent reading program and “Game Nights for Kids” which will be held on Monday nights throughout the summer. For more details, telephone 508-548-8961.