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”

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”

Storied Pancake Breakfast Returns to HKMS

After a long absence due to the pandemic, the beloved tradition of the Hellen Keller Middle School pancake breakfast returned on Nov. 19. HKMS Assistant Principal Anne Mohr was delighted to be able to revive this memorable event for students and their families.

“For forty-five Continue reading “Storied Pancake Breakfast Returns to HKMS”

Need a Cake Pan? Borrow One From the Library

Cake pans and board games are now on loan at the Easton Public Library. 

The library’s newest collection holds an assortment of items that go beyond the standard books and movies folks usually borrow. It’s called the Library of Things, and it can be found in the Family Fun Collection Continue reading “Need a Cake Pan? Borrow One From the Library”

Easton Firefighter Collecting Supplies for Those Hardest Hit by Hurricane Ian

An Easton firefighter is gearing up for a trip to Fort Myers, Florida to deliver much-needed aid to Hurricane Ian survivors and to assist in relief efforts.

Damage to families’ homes in Fort Meyers, Florida caused by Hurricane Ian.

“We are collecting items to help first responders Continue reading “Easton Firefighter Collecting Supplies for Those Hardest Hit by Hurricane Ian”

State Awards Easton Funds for New Pickleball Court and Tennis Court Improvements

Get your racquets and sneakers ready, because Easton will be building a new pickleball court and resurfacing the tennis court at Helen Keller Park thanks to a Connecticut Small Town Economic Assistance Program grant.

The state grant will give Easton $244,000 toward the project Continue reading “State Awards Easton Funds for New Pickleball Court and Tennis Court Improvements”

Library to Celebrate Life of Award-Winning Easton Author

The community is invited to attend a celebration of the life of award-winning children’s book author and Easton resident Patricia Hubbell Hornstein who died on July 29. The celebration will be held on Sept. 18 at 2 p.m. at the Easton Public Library.

Hornstein grew up in the Bradley Continue reading “Library to Celebrate Life of Award-Winning Easton Author”

Easton Fireman’s Carnival in Full Swing

In what has become one of Easton’s most eagerly anticipated annual events, the Fireman’s Carnival kicked off on Tuesday and will run through Saturday, Aug. 6 from 6:30 p.m. to 11 p.m. at 1 Center Rd.

“The first night somewhere between 2,000 and 3,000 people attended,” said Easton Continue reading “Easton Fireman’s Carnival in Full Swing”

July 4th Holiday Message

The much anticipated July 4th weekend was evident yesterday at Easton’s busy farm stands and in neighboring supermarket parking lots, where crowds were stocking up for family get-togethers and celebrations.

In these challenging times, rocked by economic hardships and political Continue reading “July 4th Holiday Message”