Library Presents Modern Pop Art Exhibit and Collage Workshop

Modern Pop Artist Michael Albert is currently exhibiting his unique collages and ceramics in the Easton Public Library Conference Room and Glass Display Case. The exhibit will be on display until mid-February.

Albert has been creating art since his college days at New York University Continue reading “Library Presents Modern Pop Art Exhibit and Collage Workshop”

Observing Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service in the Pandemic

The Martin Luther King Jr. holiday is the only federal holiday designated as a national day of service to encourage all Americans to volunteer to improve their communities. Celebrated the third Monday in January to honor the achievements of Martin Luther King, Jr., this year’s celebration Continue reading “Observing Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service in the Pandemic”

Easton Comes Together During Divisive Times

Children and adults alike witnessed the shocking Jan. 6 attack on the United States Capitol. It exacerbated the traumatic experience Americans are already living through on a daily basis during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

A desire to help ease Eastonites’ anxieties and to Continue reading “Easton Comes Together During Divisive Times”

Easton in the Service – Dr. Richard Quinton

Easton in the Service

This is the first in the Historical Society of Easton’s series on Easton in the Service. Our mission is to present multiple stories of the men and women who lived in Easton – either before, during, or after serving their country. What each of them did, who Continue reading “Easton in the Service – Dr. Richard Quinton”

Covid Vaccine Sign-Ups Roll Out for Qualified Residents

UPDATED To Include Statewide Plan for Phase 1b Posted Today on Connecticut’s Official State Website

The next phase of the state’s Covid-19 vaccine rollout (aka Phase 1b) includes seniors 75 years of age or older. What exactly does this mean to Easton residents? Easton seniors 75 Continue reading “Covid Vaccine Sign-Ups Roll Out for Qualified Residents”

Polio Pioneers – 1954 Children saving Children

As we enter 2021, we are filled with hope that the vaccines developed in 2020 will alleviate the suffering of worst global pandemic in over one hundred years. There has been much said about the rapid development, testing, and approval of the vaccines to prevent the spread of Covid-19. Continue reading “Polio Pioneers – 1954 Children saving Children”

Christ Church Welcomes New Priest

Rev. Allyson “Ally” Paige Brundige

The Parish of Christ Church is delighted to announce its new pastoral leadership with the arrival of the Rev. Allyson “Ally” Paige Brundige. She began her role as priest-in-charge on Jan. 1.

Brundige, who parishioners call “Rev. Ally,” joins Continue reading “Christ Church Welcomes New Priest”

Superintendent Harrison Responds to Events at U.S. Capitol

Superintendent Harrison sent the following message to ER9 families today in response to the violent protests at the U.S. Capitol:

Dear ER9 families,

Like many of you, I watched yesterday’s events at the U.S. Capitol in disbelief and my heart sank as this historic moment unfolded. Continue reading “Superintendent Harrison Responds to Events at U.S. Capitol”

ER9 Schools Transition to Hybrid Learning on Monday, Jan. 11.

Superintendent Dr. Rydell Harrison has informed the ER9 community that all Easton schools will transition to hybrid learning beginning Monday, Jan. 11. Samual Staples Elementary School and Helen Keller Middle School will return to full in-person classes on Jan. 20.

Below is the Continue reading “ER9 Schools Transition to Hybrid Learning on Monday, Jan. 11.”

Bobcat Visits Sherwood Road

Word travels fast in Easton.

When Verne Gay spotted a bobcat in his back yard on the corner of Sherwood Road and North Park Avenue, he warned a neighbor who spread the word to others in the area.

According to Gay, “A bobcat is an unusual sighting because bobcats (genus lynx rufusContinue reading “Bobcat Visits Sherwood Road”