Museum Passes

This winter visit one of five nearby museums or one fantastic ski area with your Jackson Library card!

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What’s on the Story Trail?

What Was I Scared Of? by Dr. Suess is on the Story Book Trail starting behind the Library. Special glow-in-the-dark story for October!

Ribbon Cutting for Patio & Pergola on Saturday

Please join the Library Board of Trustees on Saturday, October 13th at 1pm to officially open our new patio and pergola. Remarks will be shared by Sarah Duffy, Chair of the Board of Trustees; Richard Bennett, Chair of Jackson Board of Selectmen; and Suzanne Scolamiero, member of the Jackson Women’s Sewing Club. Light refreshments will be served.

When the Jackson Women’s Sewing Club dissolved in spring of 2017, they wanted to commemorate their 100 years of service to the town and donated their accounts to the library to partially fund the construction of a patio. Contemplating the outdoor space with windows and a southern exposure, it seemed obvious that we would also need shade. Library Board Member, Roger Aubrey, worked for months designing a pergola to complement our beautiful building and make the new outdoor space more usable. He recruited some incredible volunteers to help him to erect the structure in Memory of William Mack Beal, Jackson Resident who passed away in 2014.

It was truly a community effort and I hope to you on Saturday.

It’s Sunday in fall and guess what…

We are open! That is right. We are now open on Sundays year round. So, come on down today from 2-5 pm to check out your items and stay for our program on the history and construction of Tappan chairs. See you soon.

History of Tappan Chairs this Sunday

Adam Nudd-Homeyer is the latest steward of Tappan Chairs. (Photo courtesy of Sean Hurley and NHPR)

Please join the Friends of the Jackson Public Library for a talk on locally made Tappan Chairs by master chairmaker and business owner Adam Nudd-Homeyer on Sunday evening September 30th at 7 pm at the Jackson Public Library, located at 52 Main Street in Jackson, NH.

With a classic New England ladder-back style, Tappan Chairs have survived as … Read more