Open House

Sunday, October 13, Open House from 1 - 5 p.m. featuring Frederick L. Ames speaking on the 150th anniversary of the Golden Spike ceremony.

Weekly Update

Greetings from beautiful Easton! The chill in the air means colorful leaves are not far off, and indeed, I have begun to see the first signs of color as I drive through town. New to our collection this week is part of a Brockton Enterprise newspaper dated July 20, 1922. Melanie Horris, formerly of Pleasant Street, sent it our way. It features news from North Easton regarding some community activities. It is included for you below. A few weeks ago we did a tour of "Swedeville" which is the area around Williams Street, Jenny Lind Street, Reynolds Avenue, and Seaver Street. The news article included here reminds me that a fair number of Swedish people also lived in the area around Linden S

Weekly Update

Hello from a chilly Easton! We managed to miss the brunt of Hurricane Dorian, with light winds and a little rain. We continue to keep in mind all those who fared much worse. The news coming out of the areas hid hardest by this historic storm is heartbreaking. Tomorrow, Sunday the 8th of September, we welcome you to our Open House from 1-5 p.m. Just in time for back to school, our guest will be Janice Narsasian, who recently retired after 24 years in the Easton School System as a kindergarten teacher. She taught at Moreau Hall for many years, and then at Center School. At 2 p.m. she will discuss her career and the extraordinary changes in teaching kindergarten during her career. It's n

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