December has arrived, the New Year is coming soon, and the snow is beginning to fall. With all this in mind, we are wondering: What is your favorite Holiday Season book? Stop by and jot your response on the bulletin board, send us an email, or post on the blog. We love to hear from you.
Responses to November’s Question of the Month – Which museums in New England do you most like to visit?– were wonderfully varied. So many museums, so little time! Our patrons and visitors enjoy a broad variety of museums. Locally, the Mount Washington Observatory was tapped for both its North Conway Weather Discovery Center and its Summit Adventures. Other popular choices included: Currier Museum of Art, New England Aquarium, Portland Museum of Art, Strawbery Banke, Museum of Science – Boston, and Mt. Kearsarge Indian Museum.
Come enjoy live harp in a beautiful setting. Saturday 12/3.
Please join the Friends of the Jackson Public Library as they host local favorite Dominique Dodge playing beautiful Gaelic harp music. She will perform two shows on Saturday December 3, 2016, one at 3:00 pm and another at 7:00 pm at the Jackson Public Library, located at 52 Main Street in Jackson, NH.
Dominique spent much of the last 6 months in Cape Breton, … Read more
Dear Friends of the Library,
Another busy and productive year at the Jackson Public Library has passed! We want to thank you once again for all your generous past contributions, which have allowed the Library to:
Once again purchase the great majority of our new books, periodicals, audio/visual resources and equipment; Continue our popular, frequent programs, like the Ben Kilham presentation on our native black bears, which filled the Whitney Center to capacity, and our … Read more