The Whitney Community Center

whitneycommunitycenter@gmail.com
Telephone: (603) 383-6861

Address:
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 whitneycommunitycenter@gmail.com for more information.

Amenities
    

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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Events

Free Movie - Fantastic Beasts April 28, 2017
Explore a new era of the wizarding world before Harry Potter!
Something mysterious is leaving a path of destruction in the streets of 1926 New York, threatening to expose the wizarding community. Newt Scamander arrives in the city nearing the end of a global excursion to research and rescue magical creatures. When some of Newt’s beasts accidentally get let loose a band of unlikely heroes must recover the missing beasts before they are harmed but their mission puts them on a collision course with Dark forces.

The movie is free and open to the public. There will be pizza slices and snacks available for purchase. All proceeds will be donated to a local charity.

Location: The Whitney Center

History of Railroading in MWV May 11, 2017
The town of Conway was founded in 1765 and for the next 109 years the only way for the townspeople to get from one place to another was by walking, riding a horse, or being transported in wagons pulled by horses.
In 1874 this all changed for the better with the arrival of the railroad. With the ‘iron horse’ it was now possible for the people of Conway, and their goods, to be transported fast and efficiently for great distances in safety and comfort.
Join Dwight Smith to learn more about how trains transformed life in the Mt Washington Valley.

Local resident for the past 44 years, Dwight Smith worked for Boston & Maine RR in Boston, for over 25 years. He retired from there to spend time on his goal of restoring the 1874 North Conway railroad system and to establish the Conway Scenic Railroad. Both of which he was successful at and which he retired from in 1990.
This program is free and open to the public.

Location: The Whitney Center

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Central Reservations: Tel: 603-383-9356 PO Box 304, Jackson NH 03846
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