Monday, December 3, 2012
The 26th Annual Holiday Festival was this weekend.
The 26th Annual Easton Holiday Festival was held over the weekend. Sponsored by North Easton Savings Bank, the two-day long festival was highlighted by tree ligthings on Saturday and Sunday night and a Holiday Parade on Sunday afternoon. The tail end of the holiday parade was a "Raindog Parade" where some of Easton's finest K-9s dressed up to raise money for the Animal Protection Center of Southeastern Massachusetts.
Tuesday, November 27, 2012
The 26th annual festival will kick off Saturday morning.
For the 26th straight year, Main Street in Easton will be taken over by children's rides, local vendors and, of course, a stellar light show. The Easton Lions Club Holiday Festival will take place on Main Street near the Rockery beginning 8 a.m. Saturday with the Easton YMCA breakfast. The festival will continue throughout the day and end at 5 p.m. with the arrival of an Easton fire truck (perhaps with a jolly passenger), and the lighting of the Rockery. The festivities will repeat on Sunday. Here is a full itinerary of this weekend's events: 8am-11:30am Easton YMCA Breakfast, 10 Barrows Street 10am-5pm Kid’s Holiday Shop & Gingerbread Man Decorating (12-3pm) at the Children’s Museum sponsored by Stoughton Auto Body and Montilio’s Bakery …
Sunday, December 4, 2011
A look at the Rockery on Main Street when it was lit on Sunday night.
The Rockery was lit Saturday Sunday nights to the sounds of synchronized music during the Lions Club 25th Annual Holiday Festival. It will be lit throughout the month, and the music can be heard on 102.9 FM.
The Lions Club held the 25th Annual Holiday Festival over this past weekend.
The 25th Annual Easton Holiday Festival was held over this weekend in downtown North Easton. The weekend, which featured rides for kids, family fun, food and entertainment, was highlighted by a parade Sunday afternoon and the lighting of the rockery on Saturday and Sunday nights. To view a list of events from this past weekend, click here. To read about some improvements to the holiday displays, click here. To view a full video of the rockery lighting, click here.
Lions and local families worked together to spruce up an aging exhibit.
Last year’s snow fall took its toll on the holiday decorations in front of the Rockery, but this weekend, they were looking better than ever – just in time for the Annual Holiday Festival. The group of toy houses, which make up a miniature Santa’s Village, have long been a favorite with Easton children. They were built by Attorney Kevin Reddington, who donated them to the Lions after moving from his North Easton home where they were displayed. This year, however, the Lions decided they needed to be renovated because the weather and vandalism had damaged them. So they advertised for volunteers, hoping that someone would answer the call. Right away, Celeste O’Neill, whose father is a Lion, decided to pitch in. Not only did she agree to…
Saturday, December 3, 2011
Events are plentiful for the 25th Annual Holiday Festival.
For a quarter of a century, the Easton Lions Club has been celebrating the holidays in grand fashion. This year's 25th Annual Holiday Festival in downtown North Easton will be no different. From 10 a.m. Saturday through Sunday evening, the Lions have a slew of events planned. From music, to Christmas lights, to parades and food, there will be no shortage of things to do. Here is a list of events set for this weekend: Saturday Events and Times 8:00 AM-11:30 AM Easton YMCA Breakfast, 10 Barrows Street. Relax and eat your pancake breakfast while being greeted by our costume characters. Don’t forget your camera. A raffle and our original “Live Petting Zoo, Barn Babies” are back (9-11am). Tickets $5 per person. All day long-Festival …
Wednesday, November 30, 2011
What are you looking forward to most in Easton this holiday season?
Wednesday, November 30, 2011
We're asking Easton Patch readers a different question every weekday at noon. Questions could range from local decisions made by officials, to state issues, to national politics and entertainment. Whatever it is, we want to know what EASTON thinks! To answer, write in our comments section below. It's holiday season in Easton, and, like always, there is no shortage of things to do. The Festival of Trees kicked off last weekend at the Queset House and festivities will be plentiful this upcoming weekend with the Lions Club Holiday Festival. There will be a parade and a rockery lighting, events at the Children's Museum, open houses at the Historical Society, live music, holiday breakfasts and much more. With so much to do, there is no way to …