Holiday Market and Tree Lighting Brings the Community Together Sunday, Dec. 4

The Friends of the Easton Public Library are again inviting everyone in town to join them for an afternoon of fun, food, and merriment at the Library next Sunday afternoon, Dec. 4 from 2:30-6 p.m. Friends’ organizers have been busy lining up wonderful local artisan, arranging for Continue reading “Holiday Market and Tree Lighting Brings the Community Together Sunday, Dec. 4”

The Library Bus Rides Again

After a hiatus of a few years due to Covid restrictions, an ER9 bus is once again ushering Helen Keller Middle School children to the Easton Public Library after school.

The Library provides programming for middle school kids as well as a safe and welcoming space for them to meet Continue reading “The Library Bus Rides Again”

Library Responds to User Survey Results

On behalf of the Easton Public Library staff and Board of Trustees, I would like to thank everyone who completed our Library User Experience Survey this fall. In order to continue to meet the changing needs of the community, it is imperative for us to gain feedback from the public. Continue reading “Library Responds to User Survey Results”

Photo Contest Awards Ceremony and Reception This Saturday at Library

Elizabeth Adriani presents her award-winning photograph, “Connected,” to First Selectman Bindelglass.–Photo by Nicole Costantino courtesy of Easton Arts Council.

The Easton Arts Council will host a reception and awards ceremony for its Annual Photo Contest and Exhibition this Saturday, Continue reading “Photo Contest Awards Ceremony and Reception This Saturday at Library”

Classic Film Series Continues Wednesday at Library


Buster Keaton in “Sherlock Jr.” (1924). This landmark film will be screened at the library this Wednesday, Nov. 16 at 7 p.m.

The Easton Public Library continues its classic film series in the Community Room this Wednesday, Nov. 16, at 7:00 p.m. with a screening of Buster Keaton’s Continue reading “Classic Film Series Continues Wednesday at Library”

Need a Cake Pan? Borrow One From the Library

Cake pans and board games are now on loan at the Easton Public Library. 

The library’s newest collection holds an assortment of items that go beyond the standard books and movies folks usually borrow. It’s called the Library of Things, and it can be found in the Family Fun Collection Continue reading “Need a Cake Pan? Borrow One From the Library”

Artist Ellen Tresselt Serves Up Word Salads and Collages at the Library

New and richly-hued graphic artworks and collages by artist Ellen Tresselt have returned to the library a second time; Tresselt last showed there in Sept. of 2020. Her new work is on display through Nov. 30 in the library.

An artist’s reception will be held on Saturday, Nov. 5 Continue reading “Artist Ellen Tresselt Serves Up Word Salads and Collages at the Library”

Jon Sonneborn to Be Honored at Library Award Reception

Jon Sonneborn has been chosen as this year’s recipient of the Anne Lindquist Library Spirit Award, which is presented annually by the Easton Public Library Board of Trustees. The award honors a volunteer who has contributed significant time and talent to the Library. It is named Continue reading “Jon Sonneborn to Be Honored at Library Award Reception”

First Annual Free Spirit Festival Comes to Easton

Easton Park & Recreation Office, the Cemetery Committee, and Christ Church Easton are glad to announce and welcome all to the first annual Free Spirit Festival, occurring over the weekend of Oct. 28.

Centered on the Chasing the Legend: Easton’s Lady in White 5k Run and Walk (click Continue reading “First Annual Free Spirit Festival Comes to Easton”

Library Offers New Student Services–HKMS Bus Stop and Library Squad

HKMS Bus #9 Is Now a Library Bus

HKMS students may now ride bus #9 to the Easton Public Library after school. The Library provides programming for middle school kids as well as a safe and welcoming space for them to meet friends, do homework, get book recommendations, or just browse Continue reading “Library Offers New Student Services–HKMS Bus Stop and Library Squad”