The Whitney Community Center
Telephone: (603) 383-6861

PO Box 809
Jackson, NH 03846

About The Whitney Community Center

The Whitney Community Center offers a wonderful, multi-use facility available to the local community in addition to the Jackson Grammar School children.
Please contact the for more information.


There is a large, multi-purpose Main Hall with a stage and options for seating up to 250.
The Art Room is a bright room with working height tables and stools to accommodate approximately 20 persons.
A small conference room, complete with a table and chairs, is an additional option for 8-10 participants.
The large commercially designed kitchen is outfitted with a six burner gas stove, ample storage and countertop space with a pass through into the Main Hall.


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Shape Note Singers February 23, 2017
Carly Goss and Chris McKnight of the North Country Shape Note Singers invite you to join this uniquely American tradition that brings communities together to sing four part hymns and anthems, not for performance but for the joy of making music together. The series is open to experienced singers as well as complete beginners. Participants should come ready to make a joyful noise...or at least come to experience it.
This program is free and open to the public.
Location: Whitney Community Center

Taiko Drumming Demonstation March 21, 2017
Community members and families are invited to experience creating the powerful sounds of traditional Japanese drumming during a workshop with Burlington Taiko founder and artistic director Sensei Stuart Paton. The workshop will take place at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, March 21, at the Whitney Center in Jackson.

Suitable for all ages, the workshop will include a brief demonstration of the traditional art of Japanese drumming, time for all participants to try their hand on the drums, and a question and answer period. No experience is necessary and all are welcome to attend.

The workshop is part of a nine-day artist residency presented by the Arts Alliance of Northern New Hampshire. The suggested donation at the door is $10/adult, $5/student, $15/family. All those interested are welcome to attend; those who can't afford the donation can pay what they can or come as guests of the Arts Alliance.
The workshop is funded in part by the New England Foundation for the Arts as part of the NEA Regional Touring Program, with support from the six New England State Arts Agencies, including the NH State Council on the Arts.
Learn more about the Arts Alliance at

Location: Whitney Community Center

Public Health in Jackson and Beyond March 24, 2017
What does “Public Health” mean and how do we address public health issues in Jackson, Carroll County and beyond ? Join Emily Benson, Public Health Advisory Council (PHAC) Coordinator and Jeff Jones, Public Health Emergency Preparedness Coordinator who will be sharing their work with Carroll County Coalition for Public Health (C3PH), one of 13 public health networks in the state of NH. Learn about work currently underway to address community health priorities as well as ways you can volunteer.

Emily Benson has served as the PHAC for C3PH, an initiative for Granite United Way(GUW), for the past year, before that serving as GUW’s Collective Impact Coordinator and Early Learning Coordinator in Carroll County.

Jeff Jones is the newest member of the C3PH team, having joined as the Emergency Preparedness and Response Coordinator in December. Jeff handles coordination and facilitation in Carroll County for Public Health emergencies, and oversees the Citizen Corps.

Location: Whitney Community Center

Lost Ski Areas of the White Mtns March 30, 2017
The White Mountains of New Hampshire are world renowned for the array of skiing opportunities offered to every skier, from beginner to gold medal Olympian. Today over a dozen resorts entice tourists and locals each year with their well-manicured trails, high-speed lifts and slope-side lodging. But scattered throughout this region, the ghosts of former ski areas can still be found. In the White Mountains alone, sixty ski areas have closed since the 1930s. Author Jeremy Davis has compiled rare photographs, maps and personal memories to ensure that these beloved ski outposts, cherished by generations of skiers, are given recognition for transforming the White Mountains into a premier ski destination. Join us as we celebrate these former ski areas at this presentation. Attendees are encouraged to bring along their skiing momentos, photos, and stories to share.
Location: Whitney Community Center



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