Holiday Extravaganza Saturday

Don’t miss our Open House Celebration and Storytelling Program with Ed Fayle, both events happening on Saturday afternoon!

Open House in the Children’s Section of the Jackson Library Saturday, December 19th from 2-4pm

Explore our new browse-by-subject arrangement in the children’s room
Build a Book tree and help decorate it with origami creations
Build with LEGOS from the new “container” program
Take on the Book Trivia challenge
Try out the Scavenger Hunt
Answer the Question of the Month
Enter a fabulous book basket raffle
Have a snack
Win lots of flashy prizes
and more…

Did you know that we have rearranged all the children’s nonfiction books into fifteen broad subjects designed to enhance the browsing experience? Stop by and explore the new arrangement, find your favorite old titles, discover some fantastic new ones.

Please take time to check out the numerous, rotating Do-It-Yourself programs we have going on at the library each and every day, including Lego Containers, Book Trivia, and the Question of the Month. There is always something for everyone!

Then, at 4pm, please join the Friends of the Jackson Public Library in welcoming Ed Fayle as he regales families with a magical telling of seasonal stories, sure to delight young and old alike.

Master storyteller, Ed Fayle, has been recognized as a North Country favorite for decades. Ed performs celebration programs year round that feature story and song, rich in warmth and mirth. He earned his Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing from Emerson College in Boston, and has been selected to the New Hampshire State Library Artist Roster for KIDS, BOOKS, AND THE ARTS, and delivering summer reading programs at libraries across the state.

He has enamored guests as a featured storyteller at the Corner House Inn for nearly twenty-five years, and continues to perform holiday programs at area libraries and other venues while celebrating our beloved traditions with readings, stories, and songs. A career teacher of high school English, Ed lives with his wife and two children on a mountain farm in South Tamworth.

The presentation is free and open to the public although a $5.00 donation is welcome to offset performer expenses. For more information, please contact the Jackson Public Library at 603-383-9731
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