This Week @ JCC and around town: April 1-5 (April Fool’s Day thru Palm Sunday)

WED, April 1: April Fool’s Day

THURS, Apr 2

  • Virtual YOGA with ANJALI ROSE: YIN/RESTORATIVE YOGA 9am • 6-week series:
    JCC’s yoga teacher brings her classes online. This series and several others are available online. VIsit her website for complete information.
    11:15 (Mon, Tue & Thurs each week) • virtual on Facebook
    MWO’s summit scientists will take 15 minutes to share the latest weather conditions and forecasts from high above treeline, followed by a Q&A session. WHO: Targeted for grades 3-8 content will expand on MWO’s well-established distance learning program that connects students across the country to the excitement and science taking place in the “Home of the World’s Worst Weather”. But adults enjoy these lessons, too. *Mondays programs will focus on a special topic each week starting with “How to Take a Weather Observation” exploring the basic components of weather.  **Tuesday and Thursday programs will provide real-time weather conditions and forecasts being presented by an Observer on the summit.
  • Community Service: WAY STATION
    5pm • 15 Grove St, No Conway
    Staff of Jackson Community Church are among volunteers to maintain operating hours during pandemic shifts. Curbside support and 7-day/week phone support via: 603.452.7113. More info.
  • Virtual Community Event: SALAMANDER SPRING MIGRATION
    7pm • Virtual with Tin Mountain, link to ZOOM:
    Coming to a wet roadway in spring near you – thousands and thousands of salamanders! Why do salamanders (and frogs and toads) cross roads on wet rainy nights in spring? Rick Van de Poll will lead this pre-migration workshop on NH’s salamanders that will introduce participants to the nine species in the region and discuss the life history, reproductive behavior, and migration strategies that have worked for several million years. We will focus on the three vernal pool salamanders that breed “explosively” in the spring (including the odd duck fall breeder to our south). All of the other six species can be found on the wet, warm roadways at night as well, so we’ll cover them too. Come prepared to get a firsthand look at these amazing amphibians!. Free.

FRI, Apr 3

    8-9am • Remote:
    Bring your hot beverage and join Rev Gail for prayer and conversation. Join with the free Zoom app at Or call in via touch-tone phone: 929.436.2866, meeting ID 170985789, press #.

SAT, Apr 4


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