ER9 Superintendent Rydell Harrison informed families on September 25 that Samuel Staples Elementary School and Helen Keller Middle School will transition to all in-person instruction for students starting October 5, while Joel Barlow High School will continue with a modified hybrid Continue reading “Staples and Keller Transition to In-Person Option on Oct. 5; Barlow Will Stay Hybrid”
As part of Easton’s 175th Anniversary celebration, the Easton Public Library is hosting an Oral History Project. The purpose of the project is to preserve the town’s history as seen through the eyes of its residents and to celebrate the histories and accomplishments of those who Continue reading “Oral History Project at the Easton Public Library”
Update for 9/25/2020
I am happy to report that the Town of Easton continues to weather the pandemic and unlike so many other districts we have been able to keep our schools open. Our numbers remain good even after Labor Day Weekend with the town party Continue reading “Message from First Selectman Bindelglass”
Exciting news for all photographers! The Easton Arts Council’s Annual Photography Contest is easier to enter than ever. Of course, we are going virtual this year, which translates into more time for taking great pictures and less time to worry about framing and other steps to get Continue reading “Take Your Best Shot: Easton Arts Council Annual Photo Contest Wants Your Pictures”
In case you missed it: Check out these articles posted in the Easton Courier in the past two weeks, from Monday, August 31 to Sunday, September 13.
Don’t forget to subscribe to email notifications. It’s free, and you control the frequency. You can enter your email address here: https://eastoncourier.news/subscribe/. You control your notification Continue reading “Articles from the Courier 8/31/20 – 9/13/20”
The Easton Public Library would like to recognize Gina Orticelli and Patricia Soltisiak, Friends of the Library President and Treasurer respectively, who have recently resigned from their positions.
Both have been involved with the Friends of the Library for years, and they have Continue reading “The Library Thanks Outgoing Friends of the Library Officers”
Nineteen years ago on this day, unspeakable acts of terror changed life in the United States as we knew it. The cloudless blue skies and the picture-perfect September day belied the horrific acts that claimed the lives of 3,000 innocent souls.
On September 11, 2001, Americans Continue reading “Pledge to Make the World a Better Place on 9/11”
Teachers got a warm welcome as they returned to Samuel Staples Elementary and Helen Keller Middle School this week. The Easton PTO chalked the walkways outside each school to say thank you to the teachers and to welcome them back for the new school year. Students return to the schools Continue reading “Easton PTO Helps Welcome Teachers Back to School”
Covid-19 has been a challenge. We may look back on 2020 as on a life not lived — no travel, or meetings with friends or theater. We would not for a while simply walk the streets of a favorite city.
There is always something magical about a city transformed. It happens on stage Continue reading “A Walker in the City: Yesterday and Tomorrow”
The Easton Arts Council and Easton Public Library will present “Diverse Perspectives,” an exhibit of the art of Ellen Tresselt and Larry Morse, in the library conference room from Sept. 8 through Oct. 15.
Tresselt’s collage art, entitled “Works on Paper,” and Morse’s “Black Men Continue reading “‘Diverse Perspectives’ Exhibit Opens Sept. 8 at the Library”