Featured event

June 14, 2017 at 9:00am

Living Voices-“Through the Eyes of A Friend” and “New American”

On June 14th and 15th, 2017 The Robert H. Jackson Center brings Living Voices to the Jackson Center. Living Voices creates dynamic interactive multi-media performances to bring life to history. Historical film footage and photographs, blended with audio and presented in synchronization with a solo actor, gives the audience a chance to experience how the world looked, sounded and felt during a significant time in history. Students in grades 3-7 are invited to view the performances at the Center.

EXHIBITS AT THE JACKSON CENTER

Say I Taught Thee: The Life of Mary R. Willard

One of Robert H. Jackson's greatest mentors was his high school English teacher Mary R. Willard. She had a profound impact on his character.... a character that would carry him far and influence our Nation and the world. Jackson often referred to his relationship with Mary as one of the most important of his life, and their friendship lasted until her death in 1931.