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”
A mix of golden oldies, R&B and some old standards–many crowd favorites–were offered at the season opener of the Concert on the Hill series on Sunday, June 19 on the grounds of Christ Church. It also marked the first appearance there by The Theresa Wright Band.
The crowd was happy Continue reading “Easton Celebrates Juneteenth at Christ Church”
The LGBTQ+ flag was raised in front of Town Hall last week for the third annual Easton Pride Flag Raising and Community Celebration. The flag-raising celebration kicks off a month of pride-related events that promote diversity and inclusion during Pride Month.
The event began with Continue reading “Pride Flag Raising and Community Celebration Held at Town Hall”
The Friends of the Easton Public Library are pleased to bring back one of the highlights of their last year’s community activities: an outdoor Wine and Cheese Tasting to help kick off the summer, and to support the Summer Reading program and other events the library offers for the Continue reading “Friends of Library Will Host Wine & Cheese Gathering at Sport Hill Farm on June 15”
A steady flow of Eastonites turned out for a successful fundraiser for the people of Ukraine held at the Ashlar-Aspetuck Lodge on April 10. The event was organized by local residents Gale and John Papageorge, and the venue and coffee were generously donated by Eric Farrell and his Continue reading “Thousands of Dollars Raised to Support Ukraine at Local Event”
After a three-year hiatus due to the pandemic, the Frog Frolic Festival is back. Sponsored by the Mark Twain Library, the free fun-filled family outdoor festival will feature old and new activities and a brand new ones to celebrate its silver anniversary year. The line up of entertainment Continue reading “Eastonites to Perform at Frog Frolic Family Festival May 14”
Does your dog bark during a Zoom meeting? Did the new puppy chew up your good pair of shoes?
Jason Hoffman could be the guy to call.
A certified dog trainer, Hoffman teaches dog obedience classes at the Easton Community Center. His six-week adult dog obedience classes and puppy Continue reading “Welcome to Puppy Kindergarten, the ABCs of Bow Wow “
On Taste of Easton & Redding Facebook’s page, you’ll find pictures of home-cooked meals, tips on where to buy the best New York-style bagels, and discussions about how to cook salmon in an air fryer.
But you won’t find posts with political views. That’s intentional. Salvatore Giardina Continue reading “Facebook Group Unites Members Through Food”
Known to many in Easton, the Savard family are two generations of artists whose work is on display throughout the month at the Easton Library. The theme of the show is “Creativity Runs Deep.”
There will be a reception from noon to 3 p.m. in the library conference on Saturday, Continue reading “Savard Family Art Show Reception at the Library Saturday”
A family’s holiday bake sale to benefit the Easton Emergency Medical Service did more than raise money. It filled the family and their patrons with holiday spirit and showed them that Easton is a wonderful town.
Ariana Tsirakidis, 10, baked all day on Saturday to prepare for the Continue reading “Family Thanks Easton EMS with Holiday Bake Sale”