More Fun to Come in the Fall
Concerts on the Hill has become a fixture in the Easton community calendar. Hosted by the Parish of Christ Church, this summer’s concert series continued to broaden its support of our town’s vibrant community while offering the best of Easton’s and our local area’s musical talent. Perhaps most of all, Concerts on the Hill has helped us all enjoy the best of summer: family picnics, get-togethers with friends, and a safe place for our children to enjoy the outdoors.
“There’s nothing quite like coming together, sitting back, and enjoying the music and the sound of children laughing on our hill,” said Christ Church’s priest, Ally Brundige, adding, “Thank you, neighbors, for another great summer!”
This fall we are excited to be partnering with the town yet again. With area congregations and community groups, we will be hosting “Forging Peace: A Day of Worship and Action to End Gun Violence on Sunday, Oct. 16 from 1 – 3:30pm.
As part of the Easton Free Spirit Festival in cooperation with Easton Parks & Rec and the Cemetery Committee, we’ll host a Jackson Pike Skifflers & Friends concert (indoors) on Friday Oct. 28th. We’ll also be co-hosting Chasing the Legend: Easton’s Lady in White 5K on Sat. Oct. 29 at 10 a.m. Registration is open now. There will be a free kids shuttle run and fun run starting at 11 a.m. as well as face painting, pumpkin decorating, baked goods, and more.
The Parish of Christ Church offers its heartfelt thanks to the Easton community for supporting our concert series. We hope you enjoyed them. We can’t wait to see you at our fall events, too!
The Parish of Christ Church recognizes it occupies the ancestral lands and traditional territory of the (Aspetuck River Valley dwelling) Paugussett people.