5 Things You Need to Know September 21 in Easton
Happy Friday, Easton!
1. Art Adventures at the Children's Museum
Join us every Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 10:45 a.m. starting September 23rd for this exciting drop in. Every week has a new adventure! Explore different forms of dance, music, drama, as well as painting, clay and more in this creative workshop. Special guest teachers will bring their art to life in this interactive and fun filled program.
"Art Adventures" does not require registration and is free with paid admission to the Museum. Admission is $7.50 per person; members and children under 1 are free.
2. Pine Oaks Pee Wee Golf School
Today at 4 p.m., looking for a FUN activity for your child? Look no further than Joe & Leigh’s at Pine Oaks. Introduce your child to a game they can enjoy for a lifetime in this FUN beginner instructional program geared towards teaching juniors a basic working knowledge of golf. We’ll cover everything from grip, stance, posture, alignment, full swing, and most importantly, having FUN and being courteous while on the golf course.
The dedicated team of PGA Professionals at Joe & Leigh’s has been providing a fun, safe, learning environment since 1981. Our primary goal is not only to introduce juniors to this great game, but to encourage them, build their confidence, and make them all feel like winners. Some of our juniors have gone on to compete in college, move into careers in golf, and have been the recipients of college golf scholarships. With over 30 years of experience teaching children this great game, we always have fun doing it.
3. From the Pit and the Soundboard - Bands in Boston
A photographic retrospective look at the bands, fans, and artists that have been captured by freelance photographer Robert Klein. The presentation is free and open to the public. For more information: visit http://stedfastschool.com/calendar/calendar.htm or call 508-230-ARTS (2787).
4. Assessors Office Closed TOday
The Easton Assessors’ Office will be closed on Friday, Sept. 21. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. Those looking for property card information should click here. Maps are also available under Assessor’s Maps.
5. Reflecting on Differences and Making Distinctions in Easton
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