The Mark Twain Library and the Redding League of Women Voters are proud to present the third installment of our series “Conversations: Truth, Myth & Democracy.” In this virtual discussion we welcome Dr. Yuval Levin of the American Enterprise Institute and Dr. William Galston of The Continue reading “Another Conversation: Truth, Myth & Democracy”
Mother Nature provided a perfect day to salute Dolly Curtis, recipient of the Anne Linquist Library Spirit Award, presented on the Easton Public Library grounds on Sept. 19. As many library-goers know, Dolly is a cultural institution: She’s curated art exhibits at the library for Continue reading “Dolly Curtis Honored with Anne Linquist Award”
The Easton Public Library has put out a new batch of signs for its revolving “Voices of Diversity” lawn sign exhibit. This new group of signs features additional quotations that have not previously been exhibited, including quotes from Muhammed Ali, Marvin Gaye, Desmond Tutu, and Continue reading “Library Displays New Signs”
The Friends of the Easton Public Library are pleased to announce they are sponsoring a Used Book Sale on Saturday October 2, from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Easton Public Library, 691 Morehouse Road in Easton. All proceeds will Continue reading “Friends of the Easton Library to Host Used Book Sale”
The Easton Public Library has announced several programs for adults this fall, covering a variety of topics. All of these will be presented virtually, via Zoom.
After a brief hiatus, Career Coaching Consultations will once again be offered. People who are looking for help with Continue reading “Library Announces Fall Programs For Adults”
The Easton Arts Council will again host its annual Photo Contest and Exhibition from Friday Nov. 12 to Friday Jan. 7, 2022 in the Easton Public Library community room. The EAC will present the show virtually, as well, on its website and that of the Easton Public Library.
Part 3 of the Discover Documentaries Discussion Series with Award-winning Producer/Director Cindy Meehl
Sasha Joseph Neulinger, a filmmaker and a survivor of multigenerational child sexual abuse, utilized over 200 hours of home videos both to reconstruct his childhood, and to propel Continue reading “Examining Child Abuse through the Documentary Memoir ‘Rewind’”
The “Voices of Diversity” signs that disappeared from the Easton Public Library lawn over the holiday weekend have been returned and are now on view near the library’s community room.
They were delivered late Tuesday afternoon to Town Hall by June Logie, who is organizing Easton’s Continue reading “Missing Library Lawn Signs Have Been Returned “
This is a developing story and will be updated as more information is received.— Easton Courier Editors
Easton Public Library’s lawn sign exhibit, “Voices of Diversity,” was stolen from the library lawn over the holiday weekend. The exhibit, which has been on display since early Continue reading “Library’s Lawn Sign Exhibit Stolen”
Disturbing and Deeply Rewarding!
The depth of vision expressed in Tom Rudne’s exhibition of photographs currently on view at the Easton Public Library offers a fascinating journey through shop windows to images that stare right back at you. It’s a trip not to be taken lightly.Continue reading “Column: ‘Shop Windows’ by Tom Rudne Photo Exhibit”