The Farmer & The Flea 2018

Every Saturday 9 am to 1 pm
July 7 – October 6
Vendor Application


The Jaffrey Civic Center is a designated 501(c)3 non-profit cultural facility which first opened its doors in April 1966. It was funded and built by Jaffrey native and teacher, Marion Mack Johnson, a dedicated public servant, who wanted to make sure that all residents in the Monadnock region had access to cultural events. The mission of the Jaffrey Civic Center is to provide and sustain a public venue where citizen’s of the Monadnock region can pursue artistic, educational and civic activities. The Center’s goal is to contribute to the cultural enrichment and enlightenment of the community. There is no admission fee to the Civic Center and all of our art shows and receptions are FREE and open to the public.

News, Events, and Exhibits:


Project Shakespeare presents its first musical workshop of Quilters by Molly Newman and Barbara Damashek; Music and Lyrics by Barbara Damashek; based on the “The Quilters: Women and Domestic Art” by Patricia Cooper and Norma Bradley Allen. Performances are Saturday,...

Jaffrey Civic Center’s The Farmer & the Flea seeking vendors for Summer Season

The Jaffrey Civic Center is now accepting vendor applications for their summer market, The Farmer and the Flea, which runs every Saturday beginning, July 7th through October 6th. This is the second year we are offering the event. Vendors can sell their flea market...

Jaffrey Civic Center hosts Annual Young Person’s Show

The Jaffrey Civic Center is excited to announce that once again it will be host the Annual Young Person’s Show which showcases the artwork of Jaffrey and Rindge youth from Kindergarten to 12th grade. The show is open to all young people in the Jaffrey-Rindge school...

Juliet Bell exhibits Paintings and Puzzles at the Civic Center

Juliet Bell will display her paintings and puzzles at the Jaffrey Civic Center beginning Friday, April 27 – May 25 in the Display Case Gallery. Juliet began her career in theater design, building properties for a number of regional theaters in the U.S. including off...

Georgia O’Keefe Paints Paradise comes to the JCC

The Jaffrey Civic Center is excited to host the play, Georgia O'Keeffe Paints Paradise, an award-winning musical by Tom Dunn and Will Ogmundson of the Henniker based theatre group, the Alchemists’ Workshop. The performance will be held on Saturday, April 21st at 7 pm...

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The 2nd floor classroom at the Jaffrey Civic Center Open Studio.

Our art studio is open and free to artists of all media-persuasion Wednesday and Thursday mornings from 10 AM to Noon. Feel free to bring your still life set-up, your reference photos, a friend to model, your paints, pastels, easels, #2 Ticonderogas, camera, crayons, and your ideas to share with fellow artists. The Civic Center follows the Conant school system calendar, so if they are closed, we are as well. No reservations are required but if you do come, as a courtesy, please check in with the main office so we know you are here.

For more information, please call 532-6527 or e-mail at


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Water Soluble Oils by Betty Glass Wednesdays, 1-4 pm


Monday – Friday: 10am – Noon, 1pm – 5pm Saturday: 10am – 2pm Sunday: Closed


JHS Jaffrey Timeline Murals, Auditorium Gallery

April 27 – May 25

Annual Young Person’s Exhibit, Cunningham Gallery

April 27 – May 25

Paintings and Puzzles by Juliet Bell, First Floor Display Cases

April 27 – May 25


The Jaffrey Historical Society

is open by appointment only. Please call the Accessions Director at 532-6160 to make arrangements.

Men’s Depression Support Group

meets alternate Tuesday nights at 7 pm For more information, contact Bill Schofield at 532-4616.


is offered every Wednesday from 9:30 to 11 AM.


meets Tuesdays at 1PM in the Auditorium Gallery for no-cost bridge for beginners and seasoned players.

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