5 Things January 28 in Easton: Beaders at the Ames Free Library

Happy Monday, Easton.

1. Library Beaders at the Ames Free Library

Have fun with the library’s beading group that meets on the fourth Monday of every month. This month we'll be making zigzag bracelets. Supplies: for a 7” bracelet

Size 6 beads- a 2 ½” tube or about 80 beads (easiest to handle for beginners) or, Size 8 beads-a 2 1/2" tube , or about 180 beads (for intermediate beaders)

Clasp- toggle, lanyard, spring lock or lobster claw styles will work well. Thread- in contrasting or matching color: either 1 ½ yard of heavy duty cotton button thread, or a non-stretch beading thread; or, 3 yards of Nymo B, pre-stretched, ( it will be doubled)

2 #10beading needles- check to make sure the thread on the needle will go through a bead two times.

G-S Hypo Cement-(will be supplied)

2. Easton Owns Streetlights

Effective immediately, the Town of Easton now owns and maintains streetlights in Easton.  Please contact the Easton DPW at (508) 230-0800 to report a streetlight outage or problem.

3. Four have Pulled Papers for Board of Selectmen, One Qualified

A total of four people have pulled papers for nomination to Easton's Board of Selectmen.

Dotti Fulginiti handed her papers in yesterday and qualified for the ballot.

Carol Nestler, Dan Smith, and Michael Maloney have all pulled papers.

4. Add Your Announcements on Patch

Does your organization have an announcement to make? Do you have a press release you want published? Click here to see how you can post it on Patch

5. Funeral Arrangements For Devin Ness

Funeral arrangements have been made for Devin Ness, who tragically passed away last week. Click here for more information.


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