Jackson Township Historical Society presents

Upcoming Programs (at Jackson Center School)

For more information or to make reservations:

 Call JTHS at 330-830-8622 OR
E-mail Jackson.historical@gmail.com OR
Contact us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jacksontwphistory


 

2nd Thursday of each month, April-October, 7 p.m.

PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOP
Saturday, April 21, 1:00 to 2:30 p.m

Take a trip down “Memory Lane,” a new, informal discussion group sponsored by JTHS. The conversations will be held the second Thursday of each month, April through October, at 7 p.m. at the historic one-room schoolhouse, Jackson Center School (7756 Fulton NW, next to the high school).


Everyone is welcome to attend these conversations, which will focus on a topic of interest in the township and beyond. No reservations are required; just bring your own memories to share or come to enjoy the memories of others. Doughnuts and coffee and punch will be served. Come for a doughnut and stay for the conversation.

 SCHEDULE OF TOPICS

April 12: What Do You Like Best about Living in Jackson Township?

May 10: Restaurants in Jackson Township, Past and Present.

June 14: Favorite Summertime Activity, including Your Favorite Place to Swim.

July 12: Street Names Old and New in Jackson Township.

August 9: Favorite Teachers.

September 13: Sports Greats and Memorable Sports Moments.

October 11: Childhood Memories of Halloween.

(Bring photos too and we can scan them for the JTHS archives.)

Award-winning photographer and artist Carolyn Jacob, a Jackson Township resident, will conduct a photography workshop at Jackson Center School. Ms. Jacob will discuss numerous techniques for taking better photographs and show her own work to illustrate her ideas.

 The workshop is free to JTHS members and just $5 for non-members. The workshop will be limited to 20 people (ages 14 and older only). Reservations are required for this event. No camera equipment is needed. Ms. Jacob will provide handouts with numerous tips for taking better photographs.

Jackson Township Historical Society