Library Programs for May and June

The Easton Public Library is offering a variety of programs for all ages during the months of May and June.

For adults, the second in the Classic Film series, “Rancho Notorious,” will be shown May 3 at 7 p.m. This program is hosted by Easton resident and film historian Jon Sonneborn.

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Free Electric Vehicle Car Show This Saturday at Library

The Easton Energy and Environment Task Force is hosting an electric vehicle car show at the Easton Public Library on Saturday, April 30 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. The event provides an opportunity for Eastonites to learn what electric vehicles are all about.

On view will be a couple Continue reading “Free Electric Vehicle Car Show This Saturday at Library”

Library Patio Gets New Life

Thanks to the fundraising efforts of the Friends of the Easton Public Library, the Library’s back patio has recently been refurbished and is ready for public use. Missing pavers have been replaced and the entire patio has been power-washed and weeded. In addition to these improvements, Continue reading “Library Patio Gets New Life”

Easton Arts Council Youth Art Show Runs Through April 30

The 23rd Annual Easton Arts Council Youth Art Show is on display in the Community Room of the Easton Public Library until April 30. This show is the first in-person exhibit since the event was forced to go virtual in 2020 due to the pandemic.

There are 26 participants with ages Continue reading “Easton Arts Council Youth Art Show Runs Through April 30”

Holly Hawthorn Exhibits her Artwork at the Library

Porcelain, Printworks, Painting, Plein Air

UPDATE: Holly Hawthorn’s reception scheduled for tomorrow, Saturday April 30, has been CANCELED.

Holly Hawthorn of Redding is exhibiting her porcelain, prints and “plein air” paintings at the Easton Public Library through May 15. Her Continue reading “Holly Hawthorn Exhibits her Artwork at the Library”

Column: National Library Workers Day

In honor of National Library Week (April 3-9) and National Library Workers Day (April 5). I’d like to pay tribute to all of the hardworking and dedicated employees of the Easton Public Library.

Our staff is knowledgeable, skilled, friendly, and service-oriented. They are all team Continue reading “Column: National Library Workers Day”

Museum and Park Passes Available from Easton Library

Planning to take the family for an outing at a local attraction? The Easton Public Library loans out passes for free or discounted admission to many local museums and parks.

The Library’s collection of passes includes:

Library Exhibit Honors Victims of Domestic Violence

The Easton Public Library has collaborated with the Center for Family Justice to bring a powerful and timely exhibit to the community. The “Unfinished Life Project: Messages from Lives Lost, We Hear You” is a traveling domestic violence exhibit and memorial that honors the victims Continue reading “Library Exhibit Honors Victims of Domestic Violence”

Savard Family Art Show Reception at the Library Saturday

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”

Fifth Installment of ‘Conversations: Truth, Myth & Democracy’ Tackles Conflict Resolution

Two experts on conflict resolution will be in a virtual discussion at the Mark Twain Library on Wednesday, March 9 at 7:30 p.m. to offer insights into how deeply divided societies can, and in fact do, change. The series is brought to you in association with Easton Public Library, Continue reading “Fifth Installment of ‘Conversations: Truth, Myth & Democracy’ Tackles Conflict Resolution”