Join us for our annual Christmas Open House at the Adams school house! BYOB or an hor d’oeuvre to share with friends and neighbors. Come visit our 1850’s treasure, enjoy the festive decorations, share some good cheer and kick off the holiday season!
The Adams school house originally stood near the corner of Sport Hill Road and Adams Road, known as ‘School House #4’, one of eleven schoolhouses in Easton in the 19th century. It currently stands at 345 Westport Road. Come by for a visit!
The Historical Society of Easton welcomes the return of author Stephen Spignesi for a special lecture on American Assassinations, Sunday December 3, at 4 p.m. in the Easton Library Community Room, 691 Morehouse Road, Easton, CT.
Please join us for his presentation which will include the who, what, when and why of notable American assassinations such as JFK, RFK, Martin Luther King, Jr., John Lennon and Abraham Lincoln to name a few, as well as discussion of his book, “In the Crosshairs”.
Stephen Spignesi is a retired University of New Haven Practitioner in Residence and prolific author of more than 70 books on American history, pop culture, the Founding Fathers, the US Presidents, Stephen King, the Beatles, true crime, and the paranormal among other pop culture subjects and TV shows.
While the lecture is free to all who attend, donations are always welcome and greatly appreciated to support the Historical Society of Easton’s efforts and future events. For more information, please call the Historical Society of Easton at 203-393-3533, or email us at email@example.com.