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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To the Arctic Ocean-Canoeing the Coppermine River September 16, 2017
Join Rich Crowley as he shares his most recent adventure, paddling 220 miles through the rapids of the Coppermine River in Nunavat, Canada. Rich is a lifelong hiker who got his start in the White Mountains at age 5. While hiking is still his favorite outdoor activity, he did discover paddling later in life; first sea kayaking and later, white water canoeing. The Coppermine is his 3rd river trip in Northwest Canada.
Location: The Whitney Center

Healthcare Town Hall September 20, 2017
Healthcare reform has generated a great deal of interest. Our healthcare system is too costly, inefficient, and difficult to access. In order to help the community explore these issues further, Jerry Knirk, a State Representative for Tamworth, Albany, Madison and Freedom in the New Hampshire House of Representatives and also a retired physician, will be hosting and moderating a Healthcare Town Hall at the Whitney Center on Thursday evening at 6:30 PM. The goal is to encourage a robust discussion about the pros and cons of various options in health care reform. It will not be a lecture or panel discussion to tell the community what experts think is best but rather an opportunity for the community to explore preferences and understand the complexities and trade-offs of each option. He will guide the discussion to look at the general principles and try to avoid getting bogged down in the details. To enable the discussion, he will give some historical perspective on health care costs and define some of the confusing issues, such as the difference between copays, coinsurance, and deductibles.

Various components of a health care system such as funding, coverage, provider and facility reimbursement and cost-sharing will be discussed. The goal of this Healthcare Town Hall is to increase the community understanding of these issues with a constructive non-adversarial approach. This is a non-partisan event.

Please bring your ideas and concerns to this event.

Location: The Whitney Center

Citizen's Town Hall on Education October 19, 2017
NH schools have made great progress in recent years. New Hampshire is a national leader in student achievement, in personalizing learning for every student, reducing reliance on standardized testing, and providing a supportive environment for teachers. Yet, our schools face real challenges.
Dan Vallone of Reaching Higher New Hampshire will host a citizens’ town hall on education for the Mount Washington Valley.
The purpose of the event is to update the public on education-related news and events that have been happening at the state and federal levels.
We will discuss:
• What bills were proposed for 2017
• Which bills passed and became law, and which failed
• What bills are likely to be proposed for 2018
This is a non partisan event that is open to all. Please bring questions and concerns.
Location: Whitney Community Center

Finding One's Self on the Camino de Santiago October 21, 2017
From May 17th to June 22, 2015, Theresa Fersch hiked the entire length of the Camino de Santiago from St. Jean Pied-de-Port, France to Santiago de Compostella, Spain.
The Camino is a 500-mile pilgrimage traveled by pilgrims for over 1,000 years. It is said to bring great physical, mental and spiritual growth to all who travel its routes and provide continuous examples of kindness, generosity, friendship, and love. The Camino gives people the opportunity to experience life as it is meant to be. Theresa wrote a book about her experience while in Spain called Sunrise in Spain and she speaks all over New England providing inspiration and motivation for others to do something amazing for themselves. She provides a brief overview of what a day on the Camino is like and speaks about the significance of living ones's life to the fullest. If you'd like to see pictures and video from this amazing adventure or contact Theresa directly, visit her website at
Location: Whitney Community Center



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