5 Things You Need to Know October 16 in Easton
What is happening today in Easton?
1. Animal Happenings at the Children's Museum
Stop in and see fascinating live animals every other Tuesday from 10:00 am to 10:45 am beginning on September 18 at Animal Happenings at The Children’s Museum in Easton. Enjoy an informal petting zoo and learn about different animal friends and how to care for them. Children and the whole family will have a chance to interact and learn about a new animal each week. Come and learn about new and exciting animals during every visit! Animal Happenings does not require registration and is free with admission to the Museum.
2. After School Art at the Children's Museum
Every Tuesday from 3:30 pm to 4:30 pm starting on September 25, drop by The Children’s Museum in Easton to try out our new program, After School Art! You will get the chance to use a variety of materials and techniques to make cool projects like printmaking, clay sculpture and tie dye. By learning new artistic skills, you will have the chance to express yourself in fun, creative ways! After School Art does not require registration and is free with paid admission to the museum.
3. Easton Community Access Television Orientation
Easton Community Access Television invites you to the studio on Tuesday October 16 from 7 - 8:30 pm.
Come and learn about what ECAT can offer you. Find out about ongoing digital media training and video production opportunities that you can be a part of.
Find out how you can have your TV program, series, public service announcement on local cable access in Easton.
This event is free and of course, it's open to the public.
4. Master Plan Steering Committee Seeking Candidates
The Planning Board and Board of Selectmen are seeking candidates for the Master Plan Steering Committee. This committee will direct the development of Easton’s new comprehensive Master Plan which will lay out a detailed strategy for the town’s future. For more information, please click here.
5. Remembering Ronald Buba
Ross Muscato wrote a tribute to Easton Native Ronald "Ron" Buba. Click here to read it.