The Jablonec Culture and Information Centre, o. p.s.
Jana and Josef V. Scheybal House
CZ - 466 01 Jablonec nad Nisou
tel. TIC: +420 483 356 201, +420 774 667 677
Mon - Fri 9.00 - 17.00
Sat 10.00 - 13.00
GPS: 50.7229425N, 15.1678506E
GSM.: +420 774 667 677
Jablonecké kulturní a informační centrum, o.p.s. (Jablonec Culture and Information Centre)
Chairman of the Administrative Board: Mgr. Soňa Paukrtová
Members of the Administrative Board: Martin Oklamčák, Ing. Martin Dušek, JUDr. Marek Řeháček, Ing. Antonín Schäfer, Ing. Milan Matura
Supervisory Board: JUDr. Pavel Pfajfr, Marta Broulová, Ivana Kořínková
The management of the company is entrusted to: Petr Vobořil
- Town and Regional Tourist Information Centre – The centre will represent destination management in the Jizera Mountains as the natural coordinator of information centres in the region. It will run an information centre, publish books and other printed materials, present the town and region at fairs and maintain and develop the websites of the town and the company. It will also take part in the creation of new tourist products, for example opening up further technical and religious monuments.
- The Jana and Josef V. Scheybal House – The centre aims to develop activity in the sphere of culture, enlightenment and education. It will run a monument to Jana and Josef V. Scheybal, with the aim of mediating their work and legacy to the lay and expert public (museum exhibitions, library and study hall). It will also organise thematic exhibitions and accompanying events related to the cultural history of the town and the Jizera Mountains as a whole and publish media and public education materials. This project is under preparation. Anticipated opening in 2012.
- Centre of Environmental Education – Providing services to the public, children from nursery schools, primary schools and parents and children. The centre will attempt to arouse interest in the countryside using suitable activities and programmes (exhibitions, talks, lectures, education cycles, competitions, creative workshops, thematic excursions) and provide information in an interesting way. It also intends to explain and promote the tradition of rural life and to encourage children to observe the principles of permanently sustainable development into the future. This project is under preparation and is dependent on the award of a grant.