Museum Passes

New in 2017, borrow a day pass for one of seven area museums. Phone us or visit our museum page to reserve.

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The Jackson Library's annual Memorial Weekend BOOK SALE is this Saturday and Sunday, May 27 & 28! Stop by the Whitney Community Center between 10 and 3 either day and browse our huge collection of ... See more

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#NHSL300 #FunFact 97

They made it official, folks! In 1893, an act of the New Hampshire legislature declared that every library regularly open to the public shall be considered a "public library."

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Olivias Saunders from Conway's UNH Cooperative Extension Service will talk about our local pollinators: managed honey bees and native pollinators. Come learn how to take an active role in enhancing ... See more

Olivias Saunders from Conway's UNH Cooperative Extension Service will talk about our local pollinators: managed honey bees and native pollinators. Come learn how to take an active role in enhancing ... See more

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Lots of sponsored books this month

Lots going on in the literary world of the Jackson Library this month. March seems to have been the month of giving books. Author Dawn Beebe gifted four books to us from our Amazon wishlist in response to Readurday. As far as I understand it Readurday is a project designed to encourage people to buy the books libraries need. We were thrilled to be included and psyched to have received some books!

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An evening of storytelling and Didgeridoo music

Please join the Friends of the Jackson Public Library for an evening of storytelling and didgeridoo music with local musician Brian Charles, on Sunday, April 9, 2017 at 7 pm at the Jackson Public Library, located at 52 Main Street in Jackson, NH.

Using the instrument and traditional Australian aboriginal dreamtime storytelling, Brian Charles invites you into the unique and powerful world of the didgeridoo. The didgeridoo, a simple, five foot long end-blown instrument, … Read more

Help the Library

The Library’s Board of Trustees is looking for candidates for the one year term of Alternate Trustee. Alternates attend meetings and provide feedback when a vote is necessary they do so in the absence of an elected trustee. It is an excellent way to see how the Library runs and to participate in steering this wonderful ship. If you are interested in becoming an Alternate or if you have questions, please contact Lichen.

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