|August 12, 10 AM-3 PM||Woods Hole Science Stroll. Click here for more info.|
|August 25, 5-7 PM||Sixth annual Oyster talk and tasting|
|September exhibit||Nature drawings of Julie Child’s class: Hallway display board|
|September 15-17 and September 29-October 1||'Destination Science: Discover Woods Hole' – Two-weekend event hosted by Woods Hole Business Association. Talks and activities at WHHM and across the village|
|October 5||Thank-you reception for docents|
|October 28||Galleries close for the season|
History of Woods Hole Village: Tuesdays.
Enjoy a leisurely afternoon stroll down Water Street and around Eel Pond while learning about the colorful history of the village. Tour starts promptly at 3:30 every Tuesday beginning July 11 and last about 90 minutes. The tours are led by Susan Pennington. NO TOUR AUGUST 8.
Science in Woods Hole: Tuesday through Friday mornings
Science in Woods Hole takes place on Tuesday through Friday mornings starting at 10 a.m. The tour will inform visitors of the history and mission of the scientific institutions in the village, including brief overviews of the National Marine Fisheries Service, Marine Biological Laboratory, and Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution.
The walking tour starts at the Museum, offers access to the touch tanks at the Buzzards Bay Coalition, views of the docks and research facilities, and ends at the Aquarium just in time for the seal feeding at 11 am.
Funding for this program is provided by the Woods Hole Business Association.
Arrive 15 minutes early. Participants on both tours should plan to arrive at the museum at least 15 minutes before the tour starts. Free and open to the public. Donations to the museum are appreciated.
For more information, call 508-548-7270.