- President Daniel Weir
- Vice President Melinda Marsello-Foley
- Recording Secretary Cathie Keirans
- Corresponding Secretary Joanne Brooks
- Treasurer Thomas Pizor
FRIENDS OF JACKSON PUBLIC LIBRARY is a registered 501(c)3 nonprofit group of community members interested in helping the library.
The Friends of the Jackson Library support the library by planning, funding, and hosting programs, by supplementing the library book budget, and helping to fund technology upgrades and equipment and furnishings.
Events sponsored by the Friends include:
- Monthly programs at the Library
- Children's Summer Reading Programs
- NH Humanities Council programs
- Telescope for patron borrowing
- Museum Pass program
- Technology upgrades
Volunteers are always welcome to assist the library staff or help at Friends events or meetings. We encourage your participation. For more information or to volunteer, contact the Library.
Latest news from the Friends
- The Tough Times are killing me - After investing some time troubleshooting for and communicating with the team at the Museum of Bad Art, our libraries have decided to cancel the formally postponed event Living in Tough Times: From Having a Bad Day to Dystopian Apocalypse. It was lovely to see so many familiar Jackson faces on the Zoom meeting even if … Continue reading "The Tough Times are killing me"
- Friends Annual Appeal - Dear Friends of the Library, The Library is open. I write to you, as my predecessor Allen Brooks did during last year’s highly successful annual appeal, to ask for your continued support of our library. As we move patiently toward the day when the building is fully open, the financial support we provide will be … Continue reading "Friends Annual Appeal"
- Book donations - The Friends of the Jackson Public Library will once again be accepting book donations for a book sale sometime in the spring. Please drop off your gently used books at the old town garage (next to Flossie’s General Store) on the first Saturday of the month between 9:00-11:00. If you are unable to make this … Continue reading "Book donations"