1. 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.
2. Author Talk - Cheryl Savageau at the Ames Free Library
n this new collection of poetry, Savageau re-maps New England as Native American space, using indigenous female experiences to re-imagine creation stories, revealing a landscape of trees, ponds, rivers, and mountains rich in meaning for Abenaki people. Weaving traditional, personal, and family stories with stories of colonization and resistance she creates poems that tell stories of the dissonance of being “an exile in one’s own land,” and the complexities of survival and love.
Abenaki poet Cheryl Savageau has been awarded Fellowships in Poetry from the NEA and the MA Artists Foundation. Her children’s book, Muskrat Will Be Swimming, won the Smithsonian Notable Book for Children Award as well as the Skipping Stone award for exceptional Multicultural & Environmental children's books.
Free and open to all.
3. System Flushing program
During the week of October 15, the Water Division will be conducting its fall system flushing program to ensure the continued quality of our drinking water. This program will take place in the southwest section of town; however the water may become discolored in all sections of the town due to the heavy use so please check before using. If you have any questions, call 508-230-0850
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. Easton Patch is Two Years Old
Ross Muscato's column yesterday dealt with Easton Patch's two-year birthday. To read about it, click here.