The Woods Hole Public Library will offer a series of drop-in craft projects for children every Saturday from 2 to 3 PM throughout January and February.

Activities will be simple enough for children of all ages to make with only a little help from their parents or caregivers. Some will have variations that will make them a bit more complicated for older children who would like the challenge. Families are welcome.

A craft station will be set up in the children’s room with instructions and all the materials necessary for the day’s craft set out. Plans for the first few weeks of projects are underway. Paper turtle races will be featured January 4.

Thanks to previous fundraising, all these craft projects will be available free of charge.

The library is at 581 Woods Hole Road. Parking is available at the library and at the museum next door.

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