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”
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.
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”
The American Legion Post 176 of Monroe and Post 160 of Easton will hold Veterans Day memorial services on the Stepney Green in Monroe on Nov. 11 at 11:00 a.m. The Sippin-Winspur Post 176 is led by Commander Vic Yanosy and the Charles L. Ruman Post 160 is led by Commander Donald Continue reading “Public Is Invited to Observe Veterans Day”
The Lions Club of Easton, founded on April 19, 1967, will host its 55th Halloween Bonfire & Costume Contest on Monday, October 31 at 6:30 pm at Samuel Staples Elementary School. The bonfire will be located by the soccer fields just south of the school on Morehouse Road, same as Continue reading “Easton Lions to Hold 55th Halloween Bonfire & Costume Contest Oct. 31 at SSES”
It’s Halloween and pumpkin season in Easton. Whether you’re just looking for a day of family fun or running a 5K race is more your speed, Easton has plenty of exciting things to do during Halloween week.
For fans of the annual Trunk Continue reading “Trunk or Treat, Pet Parade, Scarecrow Contest, 5K Race, and Other Fun Halloween Events”
Easton Park & Recreation Office, the Cemetery Committee, and Christ Church Easton are glad to announce and welcome all to the first annual Free Spirit Festival, occurring over the weekend of Oct. 28.
Moira Thompson, a Southport native, founded and runs Hope Homes International in Eldoret, Kenya, with her husband William and son Aaron. She returns home each year to visit family and friends and raise money for the non-profit organization, which provides group homes for abandoned Continue reading “Hope Homes International Raising Funds in Easton for Kenyan Children on October 22 and 23”
On behalf of the homebound seniors who received fresh produce for 15 weeks during the summer, we thank everyone who participated in the Easton “Grow-A-Row” produce donation program. We are grateful to Easton’s home gardeners who shared roughly 270 pounds of their excess yield.Continue reading “Letter: Thank You Easton for Sharing Your Excess Fresh Produce”
Want to enjoy a small two-town family friendly fall festival, while also fostering community spirit, and supporting a good cause? The Barlow Community Enhancement Project (BCEP) invites everyone to come enjoy the Nest Fall Fest on the lawn at Joel Barlow High School on Sunday, Oct. Continue reading “The Nest Fall Fest Coming to Barlow October 30”