Concerts on the Hill Kicks Off This Sunday!

Perfect Way to Celebrate Summer


Christ Church Easton hosts its first concert of the season this Sunday, June 20, featuring Rick Reyes, Latin Americana.  Gates open at 5:30 p.m., music from 6 to 8 p.m.  

Visit on-site food trucks Me’stezo Grill and Alene’s Ice Cream, or bring your Continue reading “Concerts on the Hill Kicks Off This Sunday!”

Longed-for Long Weekends: Fairfield County, Norwalk and Danbury

The state’s lift on most of the COVID-19-related restrictions means a new appreciation for the rise in temperatures. This reality becomes more clear as traffic swells and many weekend warriors take the plunge from their homes’ safety nests into backyard exploration. You don’t have Continue reading “Longed-for Long Weekends: Fairfield County, Norwalk and Danbury”

What if – Easton had a Railroad?

Part Three of the Historical Society of Easton’s Series on transportation in Easton. Our Easton in the service Series will continue in July.

By 1900 there were only four towns in Fairfield County that weren’t served by a railroad – Sherman, New Fairfield, Weston and our own Easton. Continue reading “What if – Easton had a Railroad?”

What’s New with the Congregational Church of Easton

Over the past year and a half our worlds have been turned upside down with the pandemic. We were running worship in ways we never even could have imagined and worrying about safety in ways we never had to before. But with the newest guidelines from the CDC and the state of Connecticut, Continue reading “What’s New with the Congregational Church of Easton”

The Easton Public Library Presents Easton Geocaching

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.

Check Continue reading “The Easton Public Library Presents Easton Geocaching”

Petition Proposes to Name South Park Site for Kupinse

A Citizens for Easton initiative proposes to designate 11 upland acres of the town-owned South Park Avenue property as open space and name it in memory of former First Selectman William J. Kupinse Jr. The petition will be presented to the Board Of Selectmen for consideration.

Kupinse Continue reading “Petition Proposes to Name South Park Site for Kupinse”

Moving Back Home as Young Adults to Easton

If moving away for college is a time for discovering one’s identity and learning to live independently, then what is moving back home with parents after college all about?

For some young adults, returning home is a financially sound move, if not a necessary one. Even pre-pandemic, Continue reading “Moving Back Home as Young Adults to Easton”

Park & Recreation ‘Sunshine Day Camp’

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.

From Cowpaths to Highways – A Two Hundred & Fifty Year Journey

Part Two of the Historical Society of Easton’s Series on Transportation in Easton. Our Easton in the Service Series will resume in July.

Prior to the Town of Fairfield’s purchase of approximately 52,000 acres of land from Native Americans during the 1660’s, the land that now comprises Continue reading “From Cowpaths to Highways – A Two Hundred & Fifty Year Journey”

New Life at Blue Button Farm

A pair of baby goats arrived on Memorial Day to mom, Clarice, and Blue Button farmers Dennis and Holly Pryor. The yet unnamed kids are already walking and wagging their little tails under the watchful eye of their mom and human parents.

For those less schooled in goat husbandry, Continue reading “New Life at Blue Button Farm”

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