Join the HSE as we celebrate the 200th birthday of the Bradley Hubbell Homestead!
Saturday, Sept 17th 5-8PM
(Rain date: Sunday, Sept 18th 4-7pm)
Bring a blanket, potluck item and BYOB
Members of the HSE will be on hand to answer questions about the homestead and the town’s history.
RSVP to Kelly (203) 650-3483 or Amy (203) 339-1653 with your potluck item.
View the screening of “The Burning of Morehouse Farm”, Jonathon Stock’s film of the HSE Revolutionary War Reenactment
Sunday, Sept 25 4-6pm at the Congregational Church
Come relive the excitement of last Fall!
Take a tour of the Adams Schoolhouse (c. 1850), Easton’s last remaining one room schoolhouse that is open to the public for this special event from 10 – 3 PM. Children are welcome to participate in Spelling Bees on the hour and try their chance at winning the Bee of the hour for a small prize. Our schoolmistress will be holding class on the half hour from 10:30 till 2:30 and teach farming curriculum from actual period readers and math primers used by former Easton students. Adults can learn from our historian, the development of Easton’s educational system from the early late 1700’s until the 1930s. A small exhibit of period photographs will be on display which highlight the one room schoolhouses, curriculum and homework, student classes and their teachers and much more. The schoolhouse is located at 345 Westport Road, Easton. Hope to see you there.