Thanksgiving is a uniquely American holiday that relies on the comfort of family traditions. The menus, the dishware, the players and the roles they perform are frequently the same from year to year. Covid upended them for a while, but it feels like many of our holiday rituals will Continue reading “Voices From Thanksgivings Past”
Updated Nov. 24,2021
The state has released new Covid numbers. Easton has 19 new cases for the two weeks ending November 20. That is a rate of 18 per 100,000, and places us in the red category. The state positivity rates, hospitalization, and rates are elevated Continue reading “11/24/2021 A Message from First Selectman Bindelglass”
Though Covid-19 continues to cast a pall on big Thanksgiving celebrations this year, many Easton families have been busily menu planning. After all, we have to eat. But with fewer places around the table, are turkeys the main event this year?
Not surprisingly, Eastonites have a Continue reading “Thanksgiving 2020: Talking Turkey”
Thanksgiving Day will look considerably different in many Easton homes in 2020. Family gatherings will likely be smaller, in some cases with just the immediate members of the same household in attendance. There will be fewer grandparents and college students flying in for the long Continue reading “An Easton Thanksgiving – 1955”