May 30, 2020

Hello, and well wishes from historic Easton!  As we navigate through the uncharted waters of the pandemic, we continue to await direction from health officials as to our next steps tp reopen.  Massachusetts is in Phase 1 of a four phase reopening plan.  Some allowances...

May 23, 2020

Hello, and well wishes from historic Easton!  I hope this update finds you all doing your best to stay healthy.

We are living through an unusually historic time.  I have seen a lot of things that are signs of the times, both figuratively and literally.   Signs about bei...

May 16, 2020

Hello all! I hope this finds you well during this time of social distancing and stay at home orders. Getting a bit bored? Here is something to brighten your day!

The Society is offering special pricing on selected items from our Museum Store, as well as an opportunity t...

May 9, 2020

Greetings from a very cold and windy Easton! Yes, those were snowflakes in the air today, very unusual but not without precedent.  In May 1977 I watched cars slide through the intersection of Central Street and Washington Street during a snowfall of several inches!  I...

May 2, 2020

Greetings from a very warm and sunny Easton!  The return of great weather helps to make it at least a bit easier to get through these days of uncertainty.  My thoughts and prayers continue to be with all of you who have been touched in some way by this pandemic....

May 1, 2020

Dear Members,

Due to the restrictions in place from the Covid-19 pandemic, all scheduled events for the month of May have been cancelled.  Our Annual Meeting and Bottle Drive will be rescheduled for the fall.  The Museum will remain closed.  We thank you for your contin...

April 25, 2020

Hello!  I hope that this will find each of you well and hopefully doing your social distancing.  I have been spending more time looking at old mill sites, which makes social distancing relatively easy.  But first...

Thanks to those of you who provide...

April 18, 2020

Hello from a snowy Easton! Yes, snow! This morning we had about 2-3 inches of heavy, wet snow, which brought welcome relief for a number of children who have been stuck at home.  I am sure a few people made snowmen and did some sledding to break up the boredom of these...

April 11, 2020

Greetings fellow historians!  I want to start my update today by recognizing the many people who are doing all they can to help us through this pandemic.  I hope you will join me in sending thoughts and prayers to these modern day heroes who daily risk their own health...

April 4, 2020

Hello from a very rain-soaked Easton!  I certainly hope this finds each of you well during this difficult, and stressful, time.  A number of you remarked about last week's message regarding the former mill site off Rockland Street.  Today I will provide just a few more...

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