Trumbull author Deborah Levison will discuss her upcoming fiction release, “A Nest of Snakes,” on Thursday, Oct. 19 at 7 p.m. at the Easton Public Library. Deborah’s 2019 nonfiction debut, “The Crate: A Story of War, a Murder, and Justice,” was the recipient of Continue reading “Local Author Deborah Levison to Speak at Easton Public Library on Oct. 19”
The Hot To Trot Trio will return to the Easton Public Library on Sunday, Oct. 9 at 3 p.m. for another effervescent performance of its popular “Let’s Do It” series – this time, “‘Let’s Do It, Let’s Survive!,’ A Post-Pandemic Potpourri,” starring Joanne Kant, Tom Zimmerman and Olga Continue reading “Easton Arts Council Will Reprise “Hot To Trot Trio” at the Library on Oct. 9″
A trio of dynamic speakers will share their stories of challenge, resilience, and inspiration at the Easton Public Library on Saturday, Oct. 15, starting at 2 p.m. The program, entitled “Sharing Our Stories: Voices from the Community,” will feature a transgender woman, a domestic Continue reading “Inspiring Speakers Share Their Stories at the Library”
In an effort to continually provide the very best library benefits to the community, the Easton Public Library is asking residents to take a survey about their experiences using the library. The survey will be available online, via the link below, on the library website www.eastonlibrary.org Continue reading “Easton Public Library Needs Your Input”
Connecticut’s Kid Governor Makhi Ettienne-Modeste will visit the Easton Public Library on Saturday, Sept. 17 at 1:30 p.m. as part of the annual Kid Governor Library Circuit.
Students, parents, teachers, and the general public are invited to stop by to meet Kid Governor Makhi, learn Continue reading “Connecticut’s Kid Governor to Speak at Easton Library Sept. 17”
Favorite Movie Stories (Part One)
Naming my favorite movie is an impossible task. But naming my favorite story about the movies is much easier. Still, hedging my bets, I’ll say that one of my two favorites is the extraordinary story of Charlie Chaplin, and I’ll be sharing it during Continue reading “More Than Meets the Eye”
The wildlife paintings of Monroe artist Marcia Fitzgibbons will be on display at the Easton Public Library through Sept. 24, and she will host two talks about her travels and work in Africa on Sept. 8 and 15 at 5 p.m. in the community room.
A Monroe resident, Fitzgibbons began Continue reading “An African Safari Comes to the Easton Library”
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”
The fall schedule at the Easton Public Library is overflowing with fun and educational programs for all ages.
Americans are frustrated and angry about a range of serious issues: practical concerns about the price of gas, groceries, and housing; the ways in which taxes are assessed and spent; and more broadly, fears of political instability, bigotry, environmental threats, health and childcare Continue reading “Column: Ode to Joy”