This Week: June 17-23

MON, June 17

  • Community Event: HOUSING OPPORTUNITIES DISCUSSION
    7pm • Whitney Community Center
    Information and discussion session on housing issues in the Valley, recognizing the need for increased housing diversity in the Valley. Dr. Marianne Jackson will explain the new HomeShare program offered by the Gibson Center; George Reagan of NH Housing Finance and Victoria Laracy of MWV Housing Coalition will discuss design ideas for Accessory Dwelling Units; presented by Jackson Housing Opportunities Matter, a 501(C)(3) nonprofit organization established to facilitate increased housing diversity in the Town of Jackson.
  • Community Event: WAY STATION OPENS
    5-9pm • First Official Shift
    Way station volunteers run first formal shift of the new day resource center for homeless, housing-insecure and economically-challenged residents of Mt Washington Valley. Learn more.

TUE, June 18

  • Community Event:PROMOTION, LAST DAY of SCHOOL & EARLY RELEASE for SUMMER VACATION
    Jackson Grammar School
    * 10:00am: Sixth Grade Promotion Ceremony (students moving up to middle school next year).
    * 10:45am: Ribbon Cutting at the Legacy Pavilion
    * 11:00am: BBQ sponsored by the PTO.
    Families and community members welcome to join school community for promotion, ribbon-cutting and BBQ. RSVP to Susan Ross-Parent at 603-383-6861!
  • DEACONS
    4pm • Jackson Community Church
    Meet to discuss worship coverage.

WED, June 19

  • Community Event: CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE
    4:30-6pm • Hobbs Tavern, Ossipee
    The NH Chapter of The Nature Conservancy is hosting a “Conservation Conversation” entitled Going Clean: Clean Energy Future. Facilitated dialogue open to anyone interested in contributing ideas or learning more about the future of energy in NH.  If interested in carpooling (in an electric car, of course), please contact Laurie Gabriel @ 508-380-4797 or lagabriel@whitemountainpartners.net

THURS, June 20

  • AA
    6:30pm • Second Floor, Church
  • Community Event: JAZZ at the WHITNEY
    7pm • Whitney Community Center
    An evening of great jazz music with trio Craig Bryan, Al Hospers and Jarrod Taylor. Tickets at the door: $10/person and $20/family.
  • Community Event: STATE of the LOON
    7-8pm • Nature Learning Center, Tin Mountain Conservation Center, Albany
    Join Harry Vogel, Loon Preservation Committee, as he talks about this unique symbol of New Hampshire’s wild lakes and its special place in the hearts of New Hampshire residents. More info.

FRI, June 21

  • UCC Event: FAMILY CAMP WEEKEND
    Friday-Sunday • Horton Center
    Rev Gail & Chris Doktor will be on-site from Fri-Sun as deans for this camp. More info or to register.
  • Community Event: LULA WILES with SUSIE BURKE & DAVID SURETTE 
    6pm • Stone Mountain Arts Center, Brownfield, ME.
    Benefit concert for Mountain Top Music Center. 

SAT, June 22

  • UCC Event: FAMILY CAMP WEEKEND
    Friday-Sunday • Horton Center, Pine Mountain
    Rev Gail & Chris Doktor will be on-site from Fri-Sun as deans for this camp. More info.
  • Community Event: NATURALIST-LED BOAT CRUISE
    4-5:30pm • East Shore Drive, Madison
    Tin Mountain Conservation Center teams up with Fish Nerds Guide Service to offer 90-minute boat cruises on scenic Silver Lake in Madison, NH. Dates: 4pm Thursdays June 20, July 11, 18, 25, August 1, 8, 22, & 29. More info.

SUN, June 23

  • INTERFAITH GATHERING
    8am • Gazeboby Jackson Historical Society
    Gathering led by Sandi Poor while Rev Gail is away at Horton Center.
  • WORSHIP
    10:30am • Jackson Community Church
    * Organ/piano by Alan Labrie
    * Worship leadership & message by Mary Edes.
  • UCC Event: FAMILY CAMP WEEKEND
    Friday-Sunday • Horton Center, Pine Mountain
    Rev Gail & Chris Doktor will be on-site from Fri-Sun as deans for this camp. More info.
  • Ecumenical Worship: OPENING SERVICE for WHITE MOUNTAINS PRIDE WEEK
    4pm • Nativity Lutheran, North Conway
    Join several faith communities to kick-off the Pride Week with spiritual gathering organized by Clergy of the Eastern Slope. Rev Gail helps facilitate this service. More info on Pride Week events.