The Easton Public Library, in collaboration with the Pollinator Pathway (a conservation project of the Easton Garden Club), is very excited to offer this town-wide program for all ages. The challenge: find eight Easton destinations that encourage being active and outdoors.
The Easton, Redding and Region 9 boards of education approved four surveys to gather data to improve diversity, equity, and inclusion at Helen Keller Middle School, John Read Middle School, and Joel Barlow High School. The overall votes across all three boards, cast at a June 1 special Continue reading “ER9 Boards of Education Approve DEI Surveys”
The Easton Public Library has added Gale eBooks and Gale Passenger and Immigration List Index to its growing list of online research tools and databases, which are free for Library patrons, and are available at any time.
Gale eBooks is a collection of top nonfiction titles that Continue reading “Easton Public Library Adds New Digital Resources”
Easton Sunshine Day Camp is now enrolling kids in kindergarten through entering sixth grade. If you’re looking for an inexpensive but fun camp, check out the Easton Park and Recreation summer camp. Sign up at eastonrec.com.
After 10 years at the helm of Redding’s Mark Twain Library, Beth Steinhardt Dominianni of Easton is retiring from her position. We will have an Open House Celebration for Beth at the Library on June 17.
With our doors recently back open to the public, we invite and encourage all Continue reading “Mark Twain Library Bids Farewell to Longtime Director”
The Easton Baseball League has rounded third and crossed home plate on its newly renovated 50/70 Majors field for eligible fifth, sixth and seventh graders playing in the Cal Ripken youth baseball league. Located at 650 Morehouse Road, the field—which measures 70 feet from home plate Continue reading “Play Ball! Easton Baseball League Upgrades Field”
The change of season has given us a reason to celebrate this beautiful springtime. Here in Easton, we had a special reason to celebrate a reawakening of our community. Just one year ago, the Easton Arts Council’s Art in the Country exhibition was cancelled due to the pandemic interruption Continue reading “An Enchanted Evening in Easton”
To the Editor:
One of the lessons of the pandemic has been all about connectivity. Finding new ways to communicate, to be productive and successful at work and at school, to keep in touch with loved ones no matter where they live.
Going forward, we will learn the advantages of Continue reading “Letter: YES DEI. YES Survey.”
To the Editor:
On Tuesday May 25th the Easton, Redding, and the Joel Barlow Boards of Education (BOE) will gather. Among other things, they will discuss and vote on collecting additional Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) information on students from 6th to 12th grades via a Continue reading “Letter: School DEI Surveys”
An enthusiastic group of volunteers has opened a new chapter of the Friends of the Easton Public Library. Formed in 1979 by 11 civic-minded women, the friends is a non-profit fundraising arm to support the library. With the friends’ support, the Easton library developed into a hub Continue reading “Friends of the Library Opens a New Chapter”