Museum Passes

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

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We ordered ours. Now accepting holds.

The explosive new book depicting the White House as a chaotic, toxic workplace, and the president as an incapable, immature leader has hit the shelves early, despite attempts to block its release.

1 week ago

We made it most of the day, but with the wind picking up we are closing at 5pm. Everyone step lively, keep warm, and we will see you tomorrow at 2pm!

1 week ago

I have had no fewer than 10 calls this morning to see if we are open and WE ARE… for now. When traffic tapers off, we will go home so if you need to use the Library, please do so asap so we can get ... See more

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Book Discussion changes

Thanks to the perfect first snow storm on Tuesday we missed our discussion of West with the Night. We will combine it with Circling the Sun on January 9th at 4:30pm. [Please note that the original bookmark had the wrong date – the discussion is actually 1/9/18.]

Please return your copies of West with the Night as they are due back to the loaning libraries. Thanks!

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Giving Tuesday

We don’t talk about it much around here, but since you have your checkbook out and ready for Giving Tuesday, there are several ways you may contribute to help our fantastic Library be even more fantastic. If you do a lot of online shopping this time of year, you could consider using Amazon Smile and designate the Friends of the Jackson Library as your beneficiary. It won’t cost you anything extra, but Amazon makes a … Read more

Two awesome Library events this weekend

It is a rare treat when we host two fun activities in as many days, but here it is.

Please join long-time friends, Friends, and volunteers of the Library for Pub-Style trivia at 3pm on Saturday. You can come with a team or come alone and we will find a team for you. There will be refreshments. The game is appropriate for older kids, but the littles are welcome to play in the children’s … Read more