5 Things November 7 in Easton: Town Accepting Storm Debris

A look at what is happening around Easton.

1. Exploring Music at the Children's Museum

Beginning on September 19, and every Wednesday after, from 10 am to 10:45 am, drop by The Children’s Museum in Easton for our weekly program, Exploring Music! You will get the chance to participate in a variety of creative musical activities such as singing, rhythm-making, and dramatic interpretation. By listening and moving to the music, you will learn about the many different forms and styles! Exploring Music does not require registration and is free with paid admission to the museum. Program does not run during school vacation weeks.

2. Grange Thrift Shop

The Easton Lions Grange Charitable Thrift Shop is open every Wednesday from 10-2 and Saturdays from 9 to 3. We are located at the intersection of Rt.138 & Elm St, next to the Union Villa. Your donations are tax deductible.

New used inventory coming in all the time. We are loaded for bear. Dining sets, end tables, couches, chairs, patio sets, glassware, prints, paintings, tools, collectibles, jewelry, nick-knacks, books, toys, bikes, records, clothing, baby things, household items, and an endless count of usable items by the many hundreds. Everything is priced to move and everyone can dicker. No reasonable offers refused.

3. Special Town Meeting Nov. 19

The Town of Easton will hold a Special Town Meeting on Monday, Nov. 19, at the Oliver Ames High School Auditorium on Lothrop Street. For a copy of the DRAFT warrant, please click here.

4.  Storm Debris Cleanup

NOTICE TO RESIDENTS: The Town of Easton Department of Public Works will temporarily accept Storm Debris at the Prospect Street Landfill located at 114 Prospect Street on the following days between the hours of 9:00 AM and 2:00 PM:


Only normal Storm Debris consisting of limbs and brush will be accepted from Easton residents. No leaves or grass clippings will be accepted. Landscapers, tree companies, or commercial contractors WILL NOT be allowed to use this location regardless of where the debris was collected from.

This is a service for Easton residents to dispose of storm debris resulting from Hurricane Sandy. The Town will not be picking up debris from private property. Residents are asked not to drag debris to the side of the road. Storm debris determined to be from private property will not be removed. If you have any questions regarding storm debris, please call the Department of Public Works at (508) 230-0800.

5. How Did Easton Vote Yesterday?

Wondering who Easton wants to be President? Senator? Click here to see how the Town of Easton voted.


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