Hi from a very spring-like North Easton! Warm, damp, unusually seasonable! No ice on the ponds, and Sunday looks like an even better day.
This Sunday, January 12, is our Open House from 1-5 p.m. I have selected some items that I hope you will find interesting to read and view, so please drop in for a visit. Check out an early edition of The Easton Journal, watercolors of a Rohdin house on Bay Road, the town's first steam roller, and some other surprises. We'll be waiting for you!
We will also be featuring different items for sale, and this month we found a few round iron trivets commemorating Easton's 275th anniversary in 2000. They were made in dear old Furnace Village by Belcher Malleable, which since has become history itself. Grab them while you can at $10 each!
Last week I sent along a reminder of menu items from Dog n Suds, which for many years was a local favorite. Below is a photo, from a postcard, of that once familiar hangout. Enjoy!
Wishing you all an historic week,