Easton 175th – Join Us at the Polls May 4!

On Tuesday, May 4, a vote on the Annual Budget for 2021-22 and the Easton Resolution on Racism and Public Health will be held at Samuel Staples Elementary School, from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. 

The Easton 175th Committee is excited to have a table at the polls to promote Easton organizations, Continue reading “Easton 175th – Join Us at the Polls May 4!”

The Easton Garden Mart Is Back with a Twist

“Gardens and flowers have a way of bringing people together, drawing them from their homes.” — Clare Ansberry

Garden Mart is a tradition here at the Easton Garden Club. This year we will continue this Easton tradition with an on-line only plant sale with curbside pickup at the Continue reading “The Easton Garden Mart Is Back with a Twist”

A Message from First Selectman Bindelglass

Updated 4/23/21

Good afternoon,

Hopefully, we have seen the last of the chilly weather as our trees and flowers begin to bloom and show their beauty for all to see. Below is a message regarding the Easton Garden Club’s Garden Mart 2021.

Each year the Easton Garden Club looks Continue reading “A Message from First Selectman Bindelglass”

Constant Gardeners: the Founding of the Easton Garden Club

In June 1939, five Easton ladies were selected by the Federated Garden Clubs to represent Connecticut at the newly opened Gardens on Parade at the World’s Fair in New York.  Mrs. Katherine Rauschkolb, Mrs. Edith Duff, Mrs. Lillian Shook, Mrs. Rose Coon and Miss Esther Foote served Continue reading “Constant Gardeners: the Founding of the Easton Garden Club”

Message from First Selectman Bindelglass

Update for 12/4/2020

The number of Covid cases in town continues to increase steadily. For residents seeking the numbers, please see the daily data report at ct.gov/coronavirus. Data from yesterday indicates 134 positive cases in Easton. Through the entirety of the spring, we had Continue reading “Message from First Selectman Bindelglass”

Beekeeper Howland Blackiston Offers Tales from the Hive

In spite of his success as a businessman, Howland Blackiston prefers to bill himself as a beekeeper. “At cocktail parties if I tell people I’m a beekeeper, I have ‘em all night,” he says jovially.

The author of “Beekeeping for Dummies” also loves sharing stories about his bees Continue reading “Beekeeper Howland Blackiston Offers Tales from the Hive”

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