Greiser’s Coffee & Market celebrated the fall season in style with a festive Halloween party on Oct. 24. Live music, fresh vegan food and the Continue reading “Music and Merriment at Greiser’s Halloween Party”
When I was young, the neighborhood house I remembered the best was a large brick colonial on Sport Hill Road about a half mile north of the Easton – Redding town line. We knew it then as the Marshall House.
Caroline Clark Marshall was the daughter of William Clark, the President Continue reading “The Legend of Abel Sanford”
Our Covid numbers remain excellent with only 10 new cases for the 2 weeks ending October 23, one of the lowest levels in the state. Again, this is testimony to our ability to be good neighbors and look out for each other. That allows us Continue reading “A Message from First Selectman Bindelglass”
Easton’s own Milo Barer with the band Terrapin are doing a show on Saturday, Oct. 30 at the Klein Auditorium. Lots of Grateful Dead (makes sense for Halloween, right?) plus other surprises. Costumes welcome! Here’s a link for tickets: https://terrapinband.com
Milo Barer on VocalsContinue reading “Mischief Night Music with Milo”
It was Saturday morning, October 27, 1951. With clipboards listing the names and addresses of all of Easton’s middle and high school students, a group of women began shuttling children to the Gilbertown Cemetery. No, this was not a case of the Sanderson Sisters of Easton. These Continue reading “A Grave Tale”
Update for 10/30/2020
I want to apologize to all of the children of Easton for effectively cancelling Halloween. Our kids have lost so much because of the pandemic and the town and school district have worked hard to try and bring some normalcy back to their lives. Continue reading “Message from First Selectman Bindelglass”
For years now, after summer has ended, the Easton community looks forward to celebrating fall with festivities organized by town residents. However, public health restrictions due to the Covid-19 pandemic are causing major changes and cancellations for this year’s celebrations.Continue reading “Halloween Celebrations Change But Carry On”
As the Lions bonfire and costume contest can easily exceed the allowable outdoor limit of 150 people gathered closely around the fire, tempting Covid-19 to spread, the Easton Lions will not hold its annual bonfire this year.
“We plan to have it as big as ever next year,” Charles Continue reading “Lions Club Cancels Bonfire, Plans to Return Next Year”
Something a little different for this week’s History Corner:
It’s that time of year again. Autumn is here and with Halloween approaching, memories of old ghost stories are sparked by the winds that whistle gently through the falling leaves during the chilling evening hours of Continue reading “The Girl in the Blue Calico Dress”