An Easton Town Party is coming on Saturday, Sept. 12, from 1 to 7 p.m. to celebrate the 175th Anniversary of Easton, Conn. Presented by Ashlar-Aspetuck Masonic Lodge No. 142, it will be the first of a series of events at the lodge.

Safely distanced and distinctly Easton, the town party is an outdoor event and strictly limiting tickets and attendance, conforming to all current guidelines and allowing for social distancing. will celebrate community spirit, featuring live music, tasty food and activities for the whole family.

Safety is a top priority. Concert goers are not required to wear masks while in their personal area, but all guests must wear masks when arriving and leaving, and if leaving their personal area for food, restrooms, etc.

Center Road will be closed from Adams to Morehouse road, allowing for more than a 15-foot buffer between your party and the next. Bring your blankets and chairs and get ready for some fun!
Tickets, which cost $20 per person, are on sale now at, and advance purchase is recommended. Exact cash is required for walkups, capacity permitting.  Children under 12 are free with a ticketed adult.

The Brotherhood, Hitch & The Giddyup will provide live music. Beer from Veracious Brewing Company in Monroe will be on tap with food provided by DrewbaQ and Jim’s Ice Cream trucks. Local farms will have tables as well. Guests may bring blankets and chairs; outside food and beverages are prohibited.

The Easton Town Party will strictly limit ticket sales and attendance, conforming to all current guidelines in accordance with social distancing.

The entrance ticket/scan will be on Center Road by the Easton Town Hall. Center Road will be closed from Adams to Morehouse roads, allowing more than a 15-plus foot buffer between party groups.

For full event information, including tickets, lineup, social distancing, directions, parking, FAQ’s and more, visit  Follow @eastontownparty on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter for updates.

About the Ashlar-Aspetuck Masonic Lodge

With more than 60 years of Masonic tradition in Easton, the Ashlar-Aspetuck Lodge is a recognized lodge of the Grand Lodge of the State of Connecticut. The fraternity meets on the second Wednesday of every month except in July and August.

Freemasonry evolved from the guilds of stonemasons and cathedral builders of the Middle Ages. According to the website, “Many of our nation’s early patriots were Freemasons, as well as thirteen signers of the Constitution and fourteen Presidents of the United States beginning with George Washington. Today, the more than four million Freemasons around the world come from virtually every occupation and profession.”

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