A four-piece exhibit of wooden fence flags adorn the 9/11 commemorative grounds. Handcrafted by Fairfield artist Matthew Hallock, the flags are made from old fence panels and painted in red, white and blue paint. One notable flag called Twin Towers is 8 feet tall.
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”
Grab your dancing shoes and come to FTC Stage One on Friday, Oct. 15 for an evening of Motown and Soul music by Band Central in support of CLASP Homes.
Tickets are $40 and include access to the pre-party in the FTC foyer and art gallery, where art and ceramic work from CLASP residents Continue reading “CLASP Homes Benefit Concert Set for Oct. 15”
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 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’”
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”
Tom Rudne, a member of the Easton Arts Council, is exhibiting a show titled “Shop Windows” at the Easton Pubic Library in the Conference Room Gallery at the far left side of the library building. Rudne’s art will be on display in the Conference Room Gallery and the Glass Display Continue reading “Tom Rudne Presents ‘Shop Windows’ Exhibit at the Library”
Dolly Curtis 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 for Continue reading “Dolly Curtis To Be Honored at Library Reception”
Porchfest in Black Rock is a wonderful day of fun, food, and good music for people of all ages. Residents host bands on their porches, so you can walk around this vibrant neighborhood and enjoy all kinds of music.
Joel Barlow High School grad Milo Barer sings with Terrapin, a Grateful Continue reading “Easton’s Own Milo Barer Singing This Saturday, Aug. 28”