Hello! It is a blustery and damp day here in North Easton, but the weather does not dampen our spirits! Tomorrow we will hold our fall bottle and can drive from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. rain, shine, or even wind. The drive is held in memory of Ken Martin, who ran this important fundraiser for many years. He faithfully collected returnable bottles and cans and then brought them to a redemption center where all of those nickels became a very valuable donation to the Society. We hon
Greetings fellow historians and history lovers! Here are a few notes for you to remember: Reminiscences: Volume 8 is here and waiting for you! This year's installment features a variety of items to interest you, including a wonderful article on the King family who generously endow the Society and Museum, and with which we are able to do so much to further Easton history. Be sure to get your edition!
The Town of Easton Community Calendar is here also, sponsored by the North
Hello fellow history lovers! Before the whole week gets away from me I want to remind you that we will have our Open House tomorrow, Sunday, September 10 from 1-5 p.m. I hope you get a chance to join us and see the interesting items that are on display. Remember to pick up your copy of Reminiscences: Volume 8 too!
Our thoughts also go out to our members in Florida and the southern states affected during this hurricane season.
Until next week,
My father’s passing a few months ago has caused me to take some time and reflect on a life well lived. A flood of memories came back to me: memories of a great man who strongly believed in being patriotic, doing the right thing, helping out family, friends, neighbors, and strangers alike wherever help was needed. He always had a smile and a joke for you, and he never forgot a face. Through him, I learned the value of family, hard work, and appreciated my Italian heritage. He
Greetings from Easton! It is a beautiful fall day here, but our thoughts are with those who are affected by the historical storm in Texas. Hurricane Harvey inflicted damage to an extent never seen, exceeding that caused in New Orleans more than a decade ago. Many businesses have "disaster plans" and I think this will cause many museums to think along those same lines of protection. A very difficult lesson to learn. Great news! Reminiscences: Volume 8 is now available at th