Museum Passes

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

What’s on the Story Trail?

Learning to Ski with Mr. Magee
Learning to Ski with Mr. Magee
by Chris Van Dusen is on the Story Land Book Trail starting behind the Library.
Click Clack MooClick, Clack, Moo: cows that type by Doreen Cronin with pictures by Betsy Lewin is on the Ellis River Trail at Jackson Ski Touring

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2 weeks ago

Anjali Rose will be joined by nutritional consultant Rene Dumas. These dynamic women will provide hands-on guidance with nourishing recipes, meditation and breathing techniques, mindful movements, ... See more

Anjali Rose will be joined by nutritional consultant Rene Dumas. These dynamic women will provide hands-on guidance with nourishing recipes, meditation and breathing techniques, mindful movements, ... See more

1 month ago

Slightly goofy tour of our new Story Land Story Ski with Jackson Ski Touring Center. If you like this and would like me to narrate new stories that we hang, please comment!

1 month ago

Please join the Friends of the Jackson Public Library for “History of Air Navigation” by local pilot and aviation instructor Mike Sachse.

Mike will talk about the evolution of navigation in ... See more

Please join the Friends of the Jackson Public Library for “History of Air Navigation” by local pilot and aviation instructor Mike Sachse.

Mike will talk about the evolution of navigation in ... See more

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Welcome to vacation week!

Friends,

I know it’s raining, but there are lots of terrific museums in NH. Not one of our passes is checked out this week. I’ll grant you that the selection has dwindled a bit because it’s renewal time and I am having a hard time deciding what museums to get passes to this year. Want to help? Please take my little survey to put in your requests. Keep in mind that this is not a democracy – I am the queen. Seriously, though, I have to work within a strict budget while meeting the needs of the majority of folks so I’ll look at all those factors and decide. It makes it a whole lot easier when I know what you want, though!

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Federal support of public libraries at risk

“Sorry, no… but I can borrow it for you from another library!” We say this sentence several times a day. In NH, everything from the software that allows us to efficiently make the requests (yes, the same one) to the “van” that transports the materials all over the state – 100% is funded by IMLS. If the agency is eliminated ILLs in NH will go with it.

If you are one of those who … Read more

Busy times in February

Golly, gee, gosh… friends. It’s February. How did that happen? There has been so much going on here my head is spinning. Early in December the state-wide system that we depend on to get your super fast Interlibrary Loans had a catastrophic failure. They were not able to revive it and have now shifted focus to replacing it… which will take time. This has put a tremendous extra burden on us and so if we … Read more