Show Off Your Holiday-Decorated Home

Are you proud of your holiday-decorated home? Show it off for others to enjoy by signing for Easton PTO’s “Light Up Easton” and they will place your home on their website along with a map available at the Easton Library with other Easton homes decked out for the holidays.  

“Light Continue reading “Show Off Your Holiday-Decorated Home”

Easton Lights Up the Holiday

The much awaited Holiday Market and Tree Lighting, hosted by the Friends of the Easton Public Library and organized by Kelly Byrne Skarupa, drew a shoulder-to-shoulder crowd this afternoon. The library was bustling with activity from the main reading room to the community room. Children’s Continue reading “Easton Lights Up the Holiday”

Have Breakfast with Santa at the Easton Community Center

Sign up to have Breakfast with Santa at the Easton Community Center at 364 Sport Hill Road on Dec. 10 from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m.  The event includes a light breakfast and a craft followed by a visit with Santa. The cost is $5 for non members and free for members.  

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Mark Twain Library Celebrates 50th Anniversary Art Show

The Mark Twain Library will present its  50th Anniversary Mark Twain Library Art Show from Dec. 3 to 11. This year, in addition to both the hanging gallery and the online exhibition, the Friday Night preview reception returns  as well as the closing ceremony featuring the Joel Barlow Continue reading “Mark Twain Library Celebrates 50th Anniversary Art Show”

Holiday Gift Giving, Buying and Events in Easton

GIVING

Donate toys to the Easton Police Department during its Stuff-a-Cruiser event at the Easton Library’s parking lot at 691 Morehouse Road on Dec. 3 from 8 a.m. to noon.

Drop off donated diapers at Christ Church through Dec. 24. The diapers will go to  nOURish, a non-profit Continue reading “Holiday Gift Giving, Buying and Events in Easton”

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”

Holiday Happenings at Christ Church

Christ Church Easton is holding a variety of holiday events in which all are welcome to participate.

The annual Tree Lighting, Bonfire and Caroling will be held on Dec. 3 at 5 p.m. This year will feature a steel drums accompaniment. Hot chocolate will be provided by the Boy Scouts Continue reading “Holiday Happenings at Christ Church”

Ballroom Dancing Takes a Bow at Joel Barlow

Monday mornings often have a negative connotation, but not for one group of seniors at Joel Barlow High School. Their Mondays have been getting off to a snappy start thanks to Ryan Swift, a physical education teacher at the school who is preparing 23 students to learn a range of Continue reading “Ballroom Dancing Takes a Bow at Joel Barlow”

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”

More than Meets the Eye: Buster Keaton. . .Secrets Behind the Face that Never Smiled

Poster for Sherlock Jr. (1924)

Buster Keaton didn’t really get started in show business until the ripe old age of 3, though he did crawl onto the stage in the middle of his parents’ vaudeville act “by mistake” when he was a 9-month-old toddler.

The story of his early life and Continue reading “More than Meets the Eye: Buster Keaton. . .Secrets Behind the Face that Never Smiled”