Museum Passes

Visit some of our extraordinary NH attractions with your Jackson Library card!

What’s on the Story Trail?

Snow Comes to the FarmSnow Comes to the Farm by Nathaniel Tripp is the featured story on the trail behind the Library.

The Snowy DayThe Snowy Day by Ezra Jack Keats is the featured story on the Ellis River Trail of Jackson Ski Touring.

Dominique & Rosie on Sunday evening

Jackson’s own Dominique Dodge

Join the Friends of the Library on Sunday 2/23 at 5pm as local harper Dominique Dodge & Cape Breton fiddler Rosie MacKenzie offer an evening of music and song from Cape Breton and Ireland.

Rosie and Dominique are traditional musicians of depth and character, as well as childhood friends, reunited. The expressive warmth of Rosie’s fiddling meets the percussive resonance of Dominique’s harp in a way that lifts the tunes and carries them along in a stream of buoyant energy. Cape Breton is the source of their music, but both have lived in Ireland and share a love of that tradition as well. Strong singers each in their own right, their voices are well-seasoned, well-matched, and prone to both carefully woven harmony and full-bodied unison in Gaelic and English. Their sound is dynamic, responsive, and full of mischief and delight.

Donations of $10 to $20 are requested and will go directly to the musicians.

Sewing on Friday

This week we are hosting a special vacation week edition of sewing sweet things with Kathy! Join us on Friday 2/21 from 2-3:30pm to make your own lovebug or lovegrub. Please sign up online or phone us at 383-9731 so we have materials prepared for you.

Closing early on 2/18/2020

We are closing at 3pm on Tuesday 18 February 2020 so staff can get home before dark and our beloved road crew can safely clear the snow – it’s supposed to pick up this afternoon and reports are that conditions are slick.