On a sunny, breezy day, much like Sept. 11, 2001, Easton residents gathered on the 9/11 memorial green across from Easton Town Hall to remember and mourn on the occasion of the 20th anniversary of 9/11. Terrorists killed 2,977 people from 93 nations, including three with direct connections Continue reading “A Day of Remembrance and Reflection: Easton Commemorates 9/11”
This Is Easton. is a new community group formed by Easton neighbors to “foster community and engage in meaningful and respectful conversations to recognize and understand our differences and celebrate our common values so we can continue to cultivate a safe and welcoming town.”Continue reading “Easton Neighbors Form New Community Group”
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.
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”
Dawnn Lewis, a stage and screen star, philanthropist, and domestic abuse survivor, has been named the keynote speaker for the 24th annual Speaking of Women luncheon to benefit The Center for Family Justice.
Lewis, a versatile performer best known for her role in the 1980’s sitcom Continue reading “Actress, Activist Dawnn Lewis to Keynote ‘Speaking of Women’”
Alan Masarek, an avid bicyclist and co-chair of The Empower House, www.EmpowerhouseProject.org fundraising drive, will cycle 3,800 miles as a pledge challenge benefitting the newly acquired double-sized The Center for Family Justice (CFJ) safehouse, currently under renovation.Continue reading “Cyclist Rides Cross Country to Shelter Domestic Violence Victims”
The weather was iffy as volunteers set up at the Morehouse Park pavilion on the Samuel Staples Elementary School campus Saturday morning. But the skies cleared in time for an estimated 300 arriving families to enjoy the 12th annual Citizens for Easton Farm Tour.
Before setting Continue reading “CFE Farm Tour Draws Enthusiastic Crowds”
Easton’s Cub Scout Pack 166 is extending an invitation to families of first to fifth graders to come learn what scouting is all about. There are three opportunities to meet the pack, participate in games and activities, and learn about the adventures that await you and your child. Continue reading “Pack 166 Invites You to Check Out What Scouting is All About!”
The Center for Family Justice has received a major grant in support of its innovative Pro Bono Legal Center which provides free legal services to its clients impacted by domestic violence and abuse.
CFJ received a three-year grant totaling $225,000 from The Inner-City Foundation Continue reading “The Center for Family Justice Receives Pro Bono Legal Services Grant”