Exciting news for all photographers! The Easton Arts Council’s Annual Photography Contest is easier to enter than ever. Of course, we are going virtual this year, which translates into more time for taking great pictures and less time to worry about framing and other steps to get Continue reading “Take Your Best Shot: Easton Arts Council Annual Photo Contest Wants Your Pictures”
Elise Broach and Alisha Gorder met up recently under the outdoor dining tent at the Easton Village Store to talk about writing and publishing, and to enjoy the late summer weather.
Broach — a prolific and award-winning author of children’s and young adult fiction — and Gorder — Continue reading “Easton Authors Talk Shop over Coffee”
Update for 9/18/2020
Last weekend was a great time to be an Easton resident and I was very proud to be your First Selectman. The Ashlar-Aspetuck Lodge hosted a wonderful town party with Continue reading “Message from First Selectman Bindelglass”
Spirits were high this past Saturday as residents celebrated Easton’s 175th Anniversary. No amount of social distancing could dampen their enthusiasm.
Founded in 1845 when the town of Weston was split in two and what was the old North Fairfield Parish became a new town, Easton Continue reading “Easton Celebrates 175th with Town Party and Fireworks”
In case you missed it: Check out these articles posted in the Easton Courier in the past two weeks, from Monday, August 31 to Sunday, September 13.
Don’t forget to subscribe to email notifications. It’s free, and you control the frequency. You can enter your email address here: https://eastoncourier.news/subscribe/. You control your notification Continue reading “Articles from the Courier 8/31/20 – 9/13/20”
A stream of cars and pedestrians offered birthday wishes to Easton’s oldest resident, Luella Ostrofsky, 104, on Sept. 6. The parade included family, friends, neighbors and parishioners from Jesse Lee United Methodist Church of Easton, where Ostrofsky taught Sunday School and oversaw Continue reading “Easton Celebrates Luella Ostrofsky’s 104th Birthday”
Reminder: There are a number of fun and interesting events taking place next weekend and throughout September.
First up, the Easton Town Party is this Saturday, Sept. 12, starting at 1 p.m. Tickets, which cost $20 per person, are on sale now at eastontownparty.com, Continue reading “Easton 175th – September Events Are Here!”
Say goodbye to summer with a drive-in movie at the Easton Public Library. The Library will screen Shrek (PG) on Friday, Aug. 28 at 8 p.m. in the area behind the building. The event has a 50-person maximum, so space is limited, and registration is required.
“This is the first Continue reading “Drive-In Movie: Shrek Is Coming to the Library Lot”
Slowly and cautiously, some Easton residents are emerging from captivity to engage in responsible socializing. On Saturday, July 11, at the invitation of Vivian Hardison, wife of the honoree, family members and friends gathered outdoors to celebrate the retirement of Richard Lechtenberg, Continue reading “Physician Richard Lechtenberg Retires”
Governor Ned Lamont announced earlier this month that he was advancing the second phase of reopening Connecticut. Many businesses will now reopen on Wednesday, June 17 – three days earlier than the previously scheduled date of Saturday, June 20. This is welcome news to the many businesses Continue reading “Phase 2 Reopening Set for Wednesday, June 17”