Museum Passes

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

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What’s on the Story Trail?

Ladybug Girl
Ladybug Girl
by David Soman is on the Story Book Trail starting behind the Library.

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4 weeks ago

I'm not crying, you're crying.

Mr Rogers Official Trailer has us Emotional =(

1 month ago

1 month ago

A dramatic presentation in costume by Michael Francis.

Jackson Public Library received a grant from New Hampshire Humanities to present this program. NH Humanities nutures the joy of learning and ... See more

A dramatic presentation in costume by Michael Francis.

Jackson Public Library received a grant from New Hampshire Humanities to present this program. NH Humanities nutures the joy of learning and ... See more

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Museum pass survey results

I am a card-carrying librarian and not a statistician. So, the survey I posted last month asking for help choosing which museum passes to get for this calendar year could have been more thoughtfully designed. I was impressed to get 30 responses!

I ranked them by the desirability score they got. 1 was considered most wanted and 8 was least wanted. I assigned no response a score of 9. Make sense? Maybe more complicated then … Read more

Trivia afternoon returns!

Please join the Friends of the Jackson Public Library for “Trivia!” with hosts Edith and Bob Houlihan at 3 pm on Saturday, March 24th. Form your teams of 2-6 people and come on down to the Library to play pub-style Trivia! Our local Trivia experts, Edith and Bob Houlihan have compiled a list of random questions with different formats (pictures, charts, music, or spoken word). Geared for ages 14 and up, their questions will test … Read more

New stories and puzzle history

I was so sad to have to miss the presentation on Sunday night by Colin Wroblewski from White Mountain Puzzles. Apparently, he spoke to an enthusiastic crowd of puzzlers and there was some interest in a jigsaw puzzle competition. Stay tuned for more information about that in the future. Jackson Flicks was kind enough to film the lecture so those of us who couldn’t be there can still enjoy. I posted the video on our … Read more