March 30, 2017

Hello to all my fellow history lovers! It is a very nice, sunny day here in North Easton, hard to believe that Mother Nature is going to play a snowy trick on us for the 1st of April. I hope the weather cooperates for the many people who take part in the National Multi...

March 22, 2017

March greetings from a very chilly Easton!  In typical New England fashion, the weather changed from a very nice 60 degrees yesterday to 30 degrees and snow squalls today. As I write, the wind is howling outside of the Museum. I sure am glad Mr. Richardson built such a...

March 15, 2017

Greetings, and a tip o' the hat to all of our Irish friends! St. Patrick's Day is nearly here and soon the distinct aromas of corned beef, potatoes and cabbage will be wafting through kitchens and neighborhood Irish pubs! As you probably know, Easton has a large Irish...

March 13, 2017

“Not every man remembers the name of the cow which supplied him with each drop of milk

he has drunk.”

Shmuel Y. Agnon

Dolly Dimple might ring a bell with some of you. She’s not who you think she might be; not the cherub

faced doll with the dimples in her cheeks. The Dolly...

March 8, 2017

Our March Open House will be held this Sunday, March 12, from 1-5 p.m.  It will feature four presenters speaking on four varied topics. Robert "Buddy" Wooster will introduce the painting of Dolly Dimple, renowned Langwater Guernsey; Ed Hands will discuss an antique whe...

March 1, 2017

I remembered to check out the local papers for the articles on our souvenir seller David Martin, whom I mentioned a few weeks ago.  I previously sent a photo of several of his items that featured engravings of the Oakes Ames Memorial Hall and the Ames Free Library.  Be...

March 1, 2017

     Our February open house was going to feature some special items and people, but the weather would not cooperate.  However, our four speakers have made themselves available for March 12th, so we will present the same program that was planned for you.

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