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This Weekend with JCC & Around Town: FRI, June 2 – SUN, June 4

  • FITNESS with Laurie McAleer
    9:30am • JCC
    • Beginners class
    • Customized to your ability
    • Uses chair, ball, stretch bands, and small wieghts
    • Wear comfortable clothing and good shoes
  • Community Event: PIRATE MINI GOLF with JEN’s FRIENDS
    11am-4pm • Pirate’s Cove
    • Join us for 36 holes of mini golf at Pirates Cove for $10/pp
    • You can purchase your round of golf online:
    • JCC Team gathering on-site at 2pm to play (weather permitting)!
    • All rounds sold online or on the day of the event are good from June 2, 2023 – June 30, 2023.
  • Community Event: FIRST FRIDAY with CHAD CUMMINGS
    Noon • Majestic Cafe, Conway
    • Mountain Top’s guitar and piano instructor extraordinaire Chad Cummings brings his original piano stylings to the Majestic for your noontime entertainment. 
    • All First Friday events are open to the public by donation, in keeping with Mountain Top Music Center’s mission of “enriching lives with music.”
  • Community Event: THE SOUND of MUSIC
    6pm • Theater in the Woods
    5pm • Zoom link & password required
    • Read the text and bring your adult beverage of choice to this virtual gathering to study and discuss scripture
  • Community Events: MUSIC AROUND TOWN
    • Wildcat Tavern: Al Shafner •7pm – $5 cover
    • Shannon Door: St Patricks Day Take 2 (wear green, corned beef dinner, jello shooters) • Marty Quirk 6-10:30 – Kevin & Simon join Marty from 7:30 to 10:30
    • Red Parka: Closed for vacation
  • Community Event: FRIDAY NIGHT JAZZ: Justin Ramos, Chris Dzengelewski, Fabio Gutierrez
    7pm • Majestic Theater Cafe, Conway Village

SAT, June 3

    10am-12pm • Great Glen Trails
    • At Great Glen Trails
    • Come view the early summer wildflowers in Pinkham Notch on this morning walk. Species we expect to see include pink lady slippers, trout lily, star flower and more.
    • Program fee: $15/person or $25/household for non-members; members are free.
    • Reservations required; call 447-6991 or click to register.
  • Community Resource: LIBRARIES
    11:30-1pm •Whitney Community Center
    • Free!
    • The world produces enough food to feed everyone on the planet. The problem is access and availability, both of which are disrupted by things like extreme weather, food, waste, one’s gender and, worst of all, conflict. Learn and discuss what it will take to end world hunger.
    • The program is sponsored by the Friends of the Whitney Community Center and is free to attend.
    • Bring your own lunch and join the discussion
  • Community Event: THE HISTORY of the CIGAR BOX
    2pm • Jackson Pblic Library
    • With William Janelle under the tent behind the library, bring a chair!
    • Learn about how the cigar box came about and how it has been used to make stringed instruments over the past 180 years, finding a niche in today’s music. Come and see how a diddley bow is made.
  • Community Event: THE SOUND of MUSIC
    6pm • Theater in the Woods
    • Red Parka Pub: Closed for vacation
    • Shannon Door: 50’s Night – 4-10pm (Wear your vintage apparel.) -Jeremy Dean 4-7pm (50’s Tunes) & Dennis & Davey – 7:30 – 10:30pm (Celtic favorites)
    • Wildcat Tavern: Jonathan Sarty Band • 7-9pm – $5 cover

SUN, June 4

    8am • Old Red Library (or outside by the river) & Zoom, Jackson, NH
    • Join us for poetry, prayer, and conversation. Bring your own hot beverage!
    • Zoom link & password required
    10:30am   • Jackson Community Church & Zoom
    2-5pm • Whitney Community Center
    • Free! WCC will celebrate the advent of summer🌞 Lindsey and her puppet pals will be performing a series of short stories in skits starring Lindsey and her life sized puppets!
    • Along with that there will be some favorite family fun games to play. Learn a game or two and meet some friends.
    • Ice cream for everyone to enjoy! Join us for this free event.
    • More Info and Sign up at
  • Community Event: QUARRY & LAUREL WALK
    10am – 11:30am • Tin Mountain Conservation Center
    • Quarry & Laurel Tour: June is the month to explore our 14 acre Margaret Marshall Mountain Laurel Warbler Garden and see the various stages of bloom. Along the Laurel Loop is a hidden gem of an historic granite quarry. Learn about the history of Bald Hill Road while enjoying the natural beauty of this property.
    • Non-members:  $15/person or $25/household
  • Community Event: HOME CONCERT with JOE CROOKSTON
    7pm • Private Home in Hale’s Location
    • Joe Crookston is a songwriter, guitarist, painter, fiddler, slide player, eco-village member and believer in all things possible. Named 2016 Folk Alliance International Artist-in-Residence, he’s played with Suzanne Vega, Dar Williams, David Francey, John McCutcheon, John Gorka, Judy Collins and hundreds more. 
    • This concert, at a charming home in Hales Location, brings Joe to an intimate setting where concert-goers can share his music face to face.
    • Tickets are $40 each; seating is limited.
    • Tickets and info:
    • Shannon Door: Jeremy Dean • 6-9pm
    • Red Parka Pub: Closed for vacation

Volunteer, mini-golf, walk, dine, dance, host, and connect with JCC and other nonprofits


Volunteer for JCC’s ecumenical lemonade stand at Pride, play mini golf for Jens Friends, attend the gala for Gibson Center, boogie at Boots n Bling for Starting Point, volunteer for Way Station’s Circles startup team, host hospitality at church, help at the May 20th Plant Sale, become a virtual deacon for zoom with church, and more!

Sat, May 20th Plant Sale @ JCC

Help in one of these ways:

  • Drop off seedlings, house plants, cuttings and other garden and yard gleanings during the week prior to the sale. They may beleft outside beneath the outer stairwell. Pots and popsicle sticks for labeling plants are on site.
  • Come early on Saturday if you want to help the missions team with the plant sale.
  • Drop by the plant sale to acquire plants for your house, garden, or yard.

Proceeds benefit people in need of shelter in the valley and abroad, particularly refugees.

June 2 • 10am –

Join us at Pirates Cove Mini Golf for a Jen’s Friends fun,fund raiser! 100% of your $10. ticket goes to Jen’s Friends!

Click the link to register for mini-golf. REGISTER:

Celebrating Seniors

Thursday, May 11th
Majestic Theater
5:45pm socializing  • 7pm program starts

Renowned radio host Laura Knoy, previously the moderator of NHPR’s The Exchange, will moderate a panel of Valley celebrities.

  • On stage will be artist, musician and actor Mary Bastoni, judge and mediator Peter Fauver, coach and mentor Bernie Livingston and Jen’s Friends Board member, Barbara Theriault for a night of joy and laughter.
  • Also: Silent Auction
  • Features scrumptious hors d’oeuvres by Chef Blodgett and cash bar.

Tickets are on sale now online at or by calling the Gibson Center at 603-356-3231.


Thursday, June 8 • 5pm
Wentworth Inn

Dinner, dancing, entertainment, live auction, and games!

Tickets are now on sale for 2023!  Please click HERE

Save the Date!

Alzheimers Walk

Oct 14 @ Great Glen
It’s not too early to register with the team, recruit more team members, and start your fundraising. 

Register or donate:

To register please go to : Alzheimers Walk, Find and select register, follow the prompts, (you want to Join a team) search for Eagle’s Rest, Our team should come up and you can then Join.

To resume the tradition of hospitality after worship service, we are asking volunteers to host the next few weeks. Put out the snacks and beverages, set up the table, and offer a friendly presence as we socialize after church.

The church provides cold beverages and a few basic snacks such as popcorn, cookies and/or crackers and cheese. We also provide paper goods, coffee, etc. You’re welcome to supplement these offerings, or to use only what the church keeps on hand.

If you’re able to sign up for May 21, May 28, or June 4, please email the church:

We’ll put up an in-person signup option to cover hospitality schedule beyond these first few dates.


If you attend the worship service remotely, would you consider signing up to be a virtual deacon from time to time? Virtual deacons letpeople into the Zoom meeting, and help make sure anyone in Zoom who wantrs to pray is seen and heard.

Email the church if you’re able to volunteer as a virtual Zoom deacon:

JCC Booth and Lemonade Stand @

Sat, June 24
Schouler Park

Setup: 8:30am
Festival: 10am – 4pm
Cleanup: 4-4:30pm

Volunteers needed for 2-hour shifts: Setup.10am-noon, noon-2pm, 2-4pm, cleanup.

Jackson Community Church is one of several sponsors for this event. We’re hosting a booth alongside Nativity Lutheran Church and the Way Station. We’ll offer lemonade, temporary tattoos, and loving support for our LGBTQIA+ community.

Volunteers are welcome to help at the JCC booth or the Way Station table.

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