New puzzles have been added to our website! These puzzles, featuring the photographs of Jonathan Jackson Coe, are available individually at $20 each or as a set of four for $75. Each 250 piece, 11" x 14" puzzle forms a photo of a well-known Easton landmark: Queset House, the Barn at the NRT (with animals, a great puzzle for kids), the Main Street Clock and World War I Memorial, and the Barn at the Clock Farm. Check out the store on our website to order yours!
Emmy Ducharme of Emmy's Hair Salon, 860 Washington Street, S. Easton, has graciously donated four special gift baskets featuring goodies! Each visitor to the Museum will receive a ticket, and four winning tickets will be drawn at the end of the day Sunday.
Arielle Nathanson, who has been interning at the Museum since summer, donated a number of hand-crocheted doilies in various sizes and colors. These are available for purchase as well.
Our hours this weekend are Saturday from 9 a.m. to noon, and Sunday afternoon from 1-5 p.m. The Museum is also open most days between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. I am out running errands at times, so if you are coming in feel free to give us a call first.
Anne Wooster Drury