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!”

An Enchanted Evening in Easton

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”

Concerts on the Hill Return for the 2021 Season

Popular Summer Series is Back!

Christ Church Easton will once again host its Concerts on the Hill summer concerts. These unique outdoor events debuted in 2017 and quickly became a local community favorite, averaging 200 people in attendance at each concert. Children, adults, and Continue reading “Concerts on the Hill Return for the 2021 Season”

The Art of Easton Soars Through the Pandemic

 

The past year has been challenging for everyone, due to the Covid pandemic. Industries and organizations have had to adapt and alter the way they do business. This was certainly true for the Easton Arts Council, which had to adjust to the limitations set in place during an unprecedented Continue reading “The Art of Easton Soars Through the Pandemic”

Easton Arts Council Upcoming Fine Arts Show

The Easton Arts Council has scheduled an in-person Art in the Country fine arts show after a year of digital shows. If all goes according to plan, the show will be the first live show since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic.

The members of the Easton Arts Council look forward Continue reading “Easton Arts Council Upcoming Fine Arts Show”

Ode to Green

Let me emerge a grasshopper, green

From egg and nymph be spun

The color of leaves as they first unfurl

When spring has just begun

Let me be a blade of grass

Amid the chorus in the wind

A single, individual shaft

With all creation as its kin

A humble flag, yet staff of life

For hungry Continue reading “Ode to Green”

Mother’s Day Message: Something to Dance About

I believed Mother’s Day was created by the likes of “Madmen” Don Draper and Roger Sterling, who hustled their clients, in this case FTD or Hallmark, into a surefire marketing bonanza. I could almost hear Draper’s riff about how even the coldest SOB would buy flowers and send a card Continue reading “Mother’s Day Message: Something to Dance About”

The Library Established New Viewing Hours for Art Exhibits

In an effort to balance the many uses of its Conference Room with the ability of the public to view the art exhibits, the Easton Public Library, in collaboration with the Easton Arts Council, has established new viewing hours. The art in the Conference Room, which generally changes Continue reading “The Library Established New Viewing Hours for Art Exhibits”

Library Announces Adult Virtual Programs for May

On Thursday, May 6 at 7 p.m. the Easton Public Library will host “Making a Successful Career Pivot in Post-Pandemic Times: 8 Strategies to Launch Your Career.” The program will address the following questions:

Am I in the right job or career?

Should I pivot internally or externally Continue reading “Library Announces Adult Virtual Programs for May”

‘Sentinels of the Boreal’ Released Today to Celebrate Earth Day

Sentinels of the Boreal, a film by Tomas Koeck, releases on Earth Day 2021.

The boreal forest is the largest wilderness in the world, stretching from Maine to Alaska in the Americas in addition to being a prominent biome in Europe and Asia. This forest is home to a diverse array Continue reading “‘Sentinels of the Boreal’ Released Today to Celebrate Earth Day”

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