WED, Jan 2 (2019)
- PASTOR’S HOURS
7-8:45am • JTown Deli. Come by for hot beverage and conversation. Or make a date to go for a walk by calling/texting Rev Gail 978.273.0308 or emailing Rev Gail (email@example.com).
- New Start Time: TUNE UP FITNESS with Laurie McAleer
9:30am • Parish House, Jackson Community Church. Fitness class. Free; open to public.
- Community Note: PUBLIC SCHOOL RESUMES after holiday break.
THURS, Jan 3
- No class this week – resumes next week: FLOW & ALIGN YOGA with Anjali Rose
6:30pm • Second Floor, Church.
FRI, Jan 4
- PASTOR’S HOURS
7-9am • JTown Deli. Come by for hot beverage and conversation. Or make a date to go for a walk by calling/texting Rev Gail 978.273.0308 or emailing Rev Gail (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- PASTOR’S OFFICE HOURS
9-11am • Pastor’s Office, Second Floor. Come by for hot beverage and conversation. Or make a date to go for a walk by calling/texting Rev Gail 978.273.0308 or emailing Rev Gail (email@example.com)
- Community Event: AVALANCHE CLASS with XXX …
All day • Starts in Parish Hall, Jackson Community Church.
Registration required. Class to prepare back-country skiers, winter hikers and other athletes and professionals about avalanche conditions, preparedness and responses. 2-day class: indoor coursework and field work. More info: XXX …
- Community Event: SOUP & SONGS BENEFIT CONCERT
6pm Doors Open / 7pm Concert Begins @ Conway United Methodist Church, 1626 E. Main St. Center Conway, NH
- A Benefit Concert to Support Recovery Services in Mt. Washington Valley
- Featuring Music by Bennett & Perkins with Special Guest Taylor Whiteside
- Tickets available online.
- Come early for a potluck dinner featuring scratch-made soups and stews and pick your own hand-thrown pottery bowls crafted by local artisans.
SAT, Jan 5
- CARL FULLER MEMORIAL SERVICE & RECEPTION
Noon • Jackson Community Church.
Memorial service to honor the life of Carl Fuller, followed by reception at church. Open to the community; friends of the Fuller family welcome and encouraged to attend.
- Community Event: BOREAL BIRD FIELD PROGRAM
8am – Noon • Meet at Grant’s Parking Lot in Glen, NH.
Join the Tin Mountain Bird Society for a winter birding adventure north of the notches. We will visit boreal birding hot spots off Trudeau Road outside Bethlehem. Dress warm. Bring your own binoculars or borrow ours. Call 603-447-6991 for reservations.
SUN, Jan 6 – Epiphany
- INTERFAITH GATHERING @ OLD LIBRARY
8am • Old Library. Hot beverages available. Come for poetry, literature, conversation and prayer.
- CHOIR REHEARSAL
9am • Drop-in choir directed by Ellen Schwindt. All welcome to participate; come at 9am to warm up and learn the song.
- WORSHIP with COMMUNION & SUNDAY SCHOOL
10:30am • Jackson Community Church.
- Message: Rev Gail Pomeroy Doktor
- Sunday School: Barry Chisholm
- Accompanist: Alan Labrie
- Choir director: Ellen Schwindt
- Community Event: NEAT YEAR, NEW YOU
7pm • Jackson Public Library
Join the Friends of the Jackson Public Library for their first program of 2019 with professional organizer Mia Whalley. Transform your home from chaos to composed. For more details, visit www.neatmethod.com. Free and open to public; suggested $5 donation is welcome to offset presenter expenses.
ICE CARVING COMPETITION
Mon, Jan 7 • 10am Start
Wentworth Inn Porch
Top carvers from around New England return for the 24th Annual Great Ice Carvers of New England Invitational Ice Carving Competition. Competitors allowed 3 hours to transform a 300-pound block of ice into a work of art. Event is open to the public. Awards ceremony takes place in the lobby of The Wentworth. For more info, contact Kim Labnon, Director of Sales at The Wentworth at 603-383-9700 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sun, Jan 13 • 4pm
Whitney Community Center
Make your own bowl. Cost: $40. Students will select a glaze color for their pieces during class and completed pieces will be available for pick up at the Whitney Center. All materials included. Completed pieces will be dishwasher and microwave safe. Register online.
Sun, Jan 27 • 4pm
Whitney Community Center Continuing the Da Capo tradition of singing popular favorites, the concerts will include arrangements of Gershwin tunes, hits from the 1950s and 1960s, including “California Dreamin’,” “Misty” and “Girl from Ipanema,” and recent releases such as Christina Perri’s “A Thousand Years.” The group is co-directed by conductor Mary Bastoni and accompanist John Waldie. Concert is free to the public.
FILM SCREENNG: RUN WILD, RUN FREE
Thurs, Jan 31 • 6:30 – 8:30 pm
Whitney Community Center
Over 60 years ago America was in the peak of the industrial revolution and the nation’s waterways were dying from dams, water diversions and pollution. Run Wild Run Free takes the viewer through the history and current state of the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act that sought to protect these waterways. Join Tin Mountain Conservation Center, the Jackson Conservation Commission, and former Director of Research for the AMC, Dr. Kenneth Kimball, for this celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act. Cost: $3/pp or $5/family.