The library will be open its regular hours, starting on August 3rd.

2PM – 5PM | Program Room

The Woburn Public Library is happy to announce its current exhibit downstairs in the Program Room. Entitled “A Different View”, it is an exhibit of photographs by two local Woburn artists, Gerry Kehoe of Innitou Photo, and her daughter, Sarah Kehoe.

Gerry shoots scenic, macro and architectural photography. From the shores of Horn Pond, to the shores of Cape Cod, from the ancient rocks of the Grand Canyon to the ancient ruins of an Irish Friary, from the unchanging pattern of a seashell, to the fleeting patterns of dandelion seeds, Gerry has captured it all.

Sarah has traveled the world and captured views that most of us will never see. She has been to twelve foreign countries and 24 US states and wherever she roams she always has a camera with her. From Texas to Peru, South Africa to Morocco to Egypt, her photos show us a glimpse of the world seen through her eyes. As she likes to say, ‘Not all who wander are lost’.

Meet the artists and enjoy some light refreshments.