5 Things February 28 in Easton: Live to be 100
A look at what is happening around Easton today
1. Art Adventures at the Children's Museum in Easton
Come by The Children’s Museum in Easton every Thursday from 9:30 am to 11 am to enjoy the Art Adventures program! Children will be able to explore various art mediums as they are introduced to the colorful and creative world of art. They will become young artists as the learn how to make their own special masterpieces that they can take home! Art Adventures does not require registration and is free with paid admission to the museum.
There will be no class on February 21, 2012 due to school vacation.
The Children's Museum in Easton is located in the Old Fire Station at 9 Sullivan Avenue in North Easton, MA. Admission is $7.50 per person; members and children under 1 are free. For more information, please feel free to call, (508) 230-3789, or check out our website:
2. Living to 100 at the Ames Free Library
Tonight at 6:30:
Living to 100 - How the Decisions We Make Influence Our Health
Did you know people around the world are living to 100, in spite of their "health"? Come and learn about ideas, attitudes, and current, research about the 100 Year Lifestyle. What decisions can you make now, to influence your future health?
Dr. Mary Connors is a 2nd generation doctor of chiropractic. She has been practicing since 1984. She is a resident of Easton, married , and the mom to two daughters, age 16 and 10.
3. Karaoke at Hibernia Irish Pub
Come on out and enjoy a fun night of Karaoke in Hibernia's spacious dining room! Surrounded by flat screen monitors, the lyrics are available from almost any angle. Grab a wireless mic and strut your stuff, or just sit back, unwind with a cold drink and request your favorite song.
4. Help us get to 1,000 Facebook Likes!
We're close to reaching 1,000 facebook likes! Help us out. Follow us and share us with your friends!
5. Easton Monitors Two Possible Gaming Resorts
A slot license in Raynham and a tribal casino in Taunton are both possibilities. Easton officials are keeping an eye on both. Click here for more.