The hall was dedicated on December 31, 1878 as Liberty Hall and run originally by the Liberty Hall Association. Money was raised by public subscription for the hall, to be used for community meetings and entertainments. At a later date, the hall was sold. In 1919, the Woods Hole Community Association was formed to buy the hall and return it to its original community purposes.
- Upcoming Events:Family Folk Dancing
Come have fun this winter at Family Folk Dancing. Featuring fun, kid-friendly dances from around the world. All ages are welcome and all dances will be taught. Led by Marcie Van Cleave, International Folk Dance Teacher. A free event.
January 12, February 9, March 9 and April 13. 2-4pm.
Attend any or all!
Considering the Future of Nobska Lighthouse
On Saturday March 1, at 11:00 a.m., the Woods Hole Community Association will host a discussion on the future of Nobska Lighthouse at the Woods Hole Community Hall. More details here.
The next meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Woods Hole Community Association will be Tuesday, March 18, 7:30pm upstairs at the old Fire Station. All are welcome.
Use a WHCA Space
To inquire about use of a Community Association space email: the Activities Director (WHCAWHMAyahoocom)
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The Woods Hole Community Hall is located at 68 Water Street, Woods Hole, MA 02543.
The Old Fire Station is located next door to the Community Hall, at 72 Water Street.
The Woods Hole School is located at 24 School Street in Woods Hole.
Directions to Community Hall and adjacent Fire Station
Contact the Board of Trustees Woods Hole Community Association (woodsholewoodsholecommunityassociationorg) Mail:
Box 327, Woods Hole, MA 02543
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