Weekly Update

Well, hello from sunny Easton! Well, at least partly sunny, which sounds a bit better than partly cloudy. I hope the rain holds off tomorrow morning when we host a tour from the Society of Architectural Historians. The Richardson buildings are being featured as part of a three day seminar for this professional group, and I look forward to meeting with them and showing off our Museum. I am patiently awaiting the arrival of a new computer for the Museum. Our current iMac is nearly ten years old and has performed exceptionally well for us, but as you know, technology waits for no one! It is time to upgrade to a new iMac, new software, and a new printer to keep up with a fast moving digital wo

Weekly Update

Greetings from a very April showery Easton! This weekend we reflect on the miracles of Passover and Easter. I'll be at Sheep Pasture Sunday morning, joining with other Easton churches for the annual Sunrise Service. Even though it may be difficult to see the sunrise tomorrow, there is something about being in community that is meaningful. Today I want to focus on another community, a group of Oliver Ames High School seniors, who recently presented at our April 7 Open House. These students are part of a special offering called "Senior Project" that is run by OA teacher and Senior Project Coordinator Craig Goldberg. Only a select number of students are chosen for this year-long program.

Weekly Update for April 6, 2019

Hello friends! Although it is a bit chilly out, there are signs of spring everywhere! Birds are busy nesting, flowers are coming up through the ground, and temps are slowly warming. Our Open House will be held this Sunday from 1-5 p.m. This is a change from our usual second Sunday. We will be hosting Oliver Ames High School seniors who will be presenting their senior projects. Moving the open house up a week was necessary to meet the students school calendar needs. We presented this program last year and it was a hit! These students have taken on a diverse range of projects that involves working with a mentor in their chosen field of study. Below is more information on the program,

Weekly Update

Greetings from a very damp Easton! Cold weather keeps the wood stove running late into the spring in an attempt to keep the chill in the air out of my house! Spring means it is time for our annual "Chowder and Chatter" evening at Southeastern Regional High School, to be held this year on Thursday, May 2, at 6 p.m. There are still seats available for this event. Contact Hazel Varella at 508-238-3614 for reservations. This is our 20th year of enjoying delicious chowder and fixings prepared by the students at the Southeastern Regional Culinary Program. This year's panel discussion following the meal will focus on the Society receiving the former Old Colony Railroad Station as a gift from th

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