September Virtual Programs at the Library

Fall is just around the corner and the Easton Public Library is offering a wide range of virtual programming for all ages and interests.

Join in the Easton Town Scavenger Hunt, and see how many Easton town landmarks you can find! The list is available at Take a picture and send it to us or share it on the Library’s Facebook or Instagram page. The Easton Town Scavenger Hunt ends September 30.

An art reception on Saturday, September 12, from 4:00 to 5:00 p.m. celebrates Ellen Tresselt’s “Works on Paper” collage art exhibit, and Larry Morse’s “Black Men Reading” painting exhibit.

The At Home Learning program on Monday, September 14, at 7:00 p.m. features Linda Hincks, a 20-year veteran of homeschooling, who will address many of the questions families will have this school year, whether their children are distance learning, following a hybrid model, or homeschooling.

Kristen Jacks, a financial educator, and the author of Money in Your Twenties, will cover tax ignorance and overspending in her presentation How to Avoid the Paycheck to Paycheck Culture on Monday, September 21, at 7:00 p.m.This financial literacy program is aimed at young adults in their 20s and anyone else who would like to avoid living paycheck to paycheck.

Comedian Matt Austin (Upright Citizens Brigade Theater, Sea Tea Comedy) will bring together the area’s best improvisers on Wednesday, September 23, at 7:00 p.m., for a Night of a Million Laughs, a virtual Whose Line is it Anyway-style comedy based on YOUR suggestions. Laugh with us from the comfort of your home.

Stop in the Library from September 28 – October 2 and check out our Banned Books display. Find out why books are banned or challenged, and see if any of your favorites made the list.

Retirees, or those considering retirement should plan on joining us for Maximizing Retirement Benefits on Wednesday, September 30, at 6:00 p.m. Hosted by AAA, this program will discuss ways to maximize your social security benefits. To register, go to

Our adult book clubs and career coaching consultations are also happening this month. Please check the website for more details. All programs are virtual. Registration is required. Registrants will receive the Zoom link on the day of the program. To register, go to

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