Christmas Marketplace is ready for you! Open Tues-Sat 11 - 4

Come in on Fri. 11/27 for hot cider and donuts!

Bubba!

Mosaic created by:

Linda Causton

COME IN AND SHOP the SHOPS of Christmas Marketplace

We have 50 artisan vendors with various items to purchase

Transformation HAS HAPPENED at the Jaques!  We are open so look back often for pics!  The SILENT WALKERS have arrived....      first come first served.......

Birkwood Creations (MN Girl) flannel shirts - Embellished!!

From Kathryn Schreiber's

wooden creations to Don

Myhre's wooden bowls,

Pat Beckers Silent Walkers....

and 'The Toy Man'

Gary Johnson!  Birch bark stars are always a favorite!

About the Jaques Art Center

Aitkin MN

We are located across the street from the Aitkin County Court House at 121 2nd Street NW.  We occupy the beautifully renovated 1911 Carnegie Library which is on the Registry of Historic Places. In this small town we are constantly looking for, and appreciate the help of, active volunteers and supporters of our nonprofit organization.

Saturday Gallery Attendant Needed

Please contact the center at 218-927-2363

Volunteers Needed

The Jaques is looking for people who want to help support the arts in the Aitkin area.  Are you a teaching artist or crafter? We are looking for individuals to teach art related classes to both adults and children. 

We are also in need of board members and giftshop attendant 

volunteers and people interested in helping with fund raisers for the art center.  Are you interested in keeping the arts alive in the Aitkin area?

 Call us at 218-927-2363   Email: info@jaquesart.com

Here is a simple way to help Jaques Art Center

If you Shop AMAZON SMILE Amazon will donate to our cause. Amazon's qualifying area will track the donations you have helped Amazon give to the Jaques Art Center

SHOP LOCAL if you can!

Jaques Art Center hours, Tues - Sat 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

218-927-2363

121 2nd Street NW, Aitkin, MN 56431

Across the street from the Aitkin County Court House in the shadow of the water tower

Admission is always free at the Jaques