After a year of shutdowns and cancelled activities due to the pandemic, Easton residents have a lot to look forward to in addition to getting outside this spring season. Popular spring programs and events are opening up again while continuing to follow safety protocols as the pandemic Continue reading “Spring Returns to Town — Sun’s Out, Fun’s In”
This spring holiday season, as we observe Passover and Easter, we are reminded of hope and rebirth. We are reminded of the presence of God in the midst of great suffering in the hopes that that same hope, love, and rejuvenation will give us strength of spirit and faith in times of Continue reading “Pastor Sends Message of Hope for Spring Holiday Season”
Easton senior Dolly Curtis, who is dutifully practicing social distancing and staying at home, captured this photo of miniature daffodils in the snow outside her window this morning.
Yesterday’s light snowfall lingers in yards this morning, but it won’t be around for long. The Continue reading “March Shows Its Lion Side”
Things might appear dark and gloomy because of the COVID-19 pandemic, but the astronomical calendar couldn’t care less. The vernal equinox, when days and nights are roughly the same length, arrives tonight, March 19, at 11:50, the earliest first day of spring in 124 years.