For the second year in a row, 50 decorated trees are set up inside the Queset House.
For the second year in a row, the Easton Garden Club held it's Festival of Trees. The club set up 50 decorated trees - each with a separate theme - throughout the Queset House on North Main Street behind the Ames Free Library. The trees were donated from individuals and organizations around town. Browse through the image gallery for a look at the trees. For more on the Festival of Trees click here.
This Festival Is A Keeper
“To advance and to encourage the study of horticulture, floriculture, and landscape architecture; to encourage the education of gardening and the protection and conservation of natural resources, and to promote civic beauty and roadside improvement in the town of Easton.” MISSION STATEMENT OF THE EASTON GARDEN CLUB How much better is life when you have a passion to do something good, to create something beautiful, to bring people together, to make people smile? This is what the Easton Garden Club (ECG) does throughout the year in town, in place after place, across event after event, and program after program. EGC members are here, there, and everywhere, planting and nurturing and designing and building. Here is a link to the Easton …