Holiday Market and Tree Lighting Brings the Community Together Sunday, Dec. 4

The Friends of the Easton Public Library are again inviting everyone in town to join them for an afternoon of fun, food, and merriment at the Library next Sunday afternoon, Dec. 4 from 2:30-6 p.m. Friends’ organizers have been busy lining up wonderful local artisan, arranging for Continue reading “Holiday Market and Tree Lighting Brings the Community Together Sunday, Dec. 4”

Library Announces Fall Programs

The fall schedule at the Easton Public Library is overflowing with fun and educational programs for all ages.

“The Gold Rush” and other Chaplin films will be screened at the Library on Sept. 21 as part of the Classic Film Series hosted by local film historian Jon Sonneborn and Continue reading “Library Announces Fall Programs”

Friends of Library Will Host Wine & Cheese Gathering at Sport Hill Farm on June 15

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”

Library Accepting Donations Beginning Today for October Book, DVD and CD Sale

Friends of the Easton Public Library has announced it will begin accepting used books on June 1 for its Used Book Sale scheduled for the weekend of Oct. 1 and 2, with an advanced Children’s Book Sale on the afternoon of Friday, Sept. 30.

Folks can drop off books, DVDs, and CDs Continue reading “Library Accepting Donations Beginning Today for October Book, DVD and CD Sale”

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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Today Is National Library Giving Day

All across the country friends and neighbors are giving financial support to their local libraries on Wednesday, April 6 as part of nationwide Library Giving Day.  Eastonites have the opportunity to do so as well. Go to the Friends of the Easton Public Library website to give online, Continue reading “Today Is National Library Giving 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:

Holiday Market and Tree Lighting A Fun Time for All

Last Sunday’s Holiday Market and Tree Lighting, organized by the Friends of the Easton Public Library, was a big hit for all. Everyone — young and old — seemed to enjoy it.

Shoppers of all ages turned out to buy creative gifts and experience the community spirit. — Rick Falco Continue reading “Holiday Market and Tree Lighting A Fun Time for All”

Library’s Holiday Market and Tree Lighting Brim with Seasonal Fun

Lawn sign w Santa announcing details of Holiday Market
Lawn signs around town have been announcing the festivities at the Easton Public Library this Sunday, 2-6 PM.

The Friends of the Easton Public Library are delighted to offer a full afternoon of seasonal activities this Sunday, Dec. 5, from 2 to 6 p.m. as we all get into the holiday Continue reading “Library’s Holiday Market and Tree Lighting Brim with Seasonal Fun”

Holiday Market and Tree Lighting Returns to Library on Sunday, December 5

The Friends of the Easton Public Library are delighted to announce the return of their annual Holiday Market and Tree Lighting celebration at the library on Sunday, December 5 from 2-6 p.m.

The afternoon will feature an array of local area crafters showcasing and selling their Continue reading “Holiday Market and Tree Lighting Returns to Library on Sunday, December 5”

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