Day: January 8, 2019

“What’s it Like to Be a Child of Holocaust Surviors?”

On Saturday, January 26th at 1:00 p.m., Dr. William Reszelbach will give a lecture on the unique challenges and family dynamics faced by Holocaust survivors and their children.  He is a former school teacher, chiropractor, businessman and lecturer. This program is in conjunction with our One Book/One Town Community Read program, which features the book We Are the Lucky Ones, by Georgia Hunter. Registration is required. For more information, please contact Lynn Zaffino at 203-261-0134, or via email at

2019 Winter/Spring Classic Film Series

The Winter/Spring Classic Film Series at the Easton Public Library begins on Wednesday, January 16th at 7:00 p.m. with The More the Merrier, which was directed by George Stevens, and stars Joel McCrea and Jean Arthur.   Joel McCrea’s son, Peter McCrea, will be on hand to talk about this film, his father’s favorite comedy.  The film series continues on Wednesday, March 20th with Charlie Chaplin in The Circus from 1928, and on Wednesday, April 17th, the film series concludes with the 1935 classic, Go Into Your Dance, starring Al Jolson and Ruby Keeler. The film series is hosted by film historian Jon Sonneborn, and sponsored by the Easton Arts Council. Registration is suggested. For more information, please contact Lynn Zaffino at 203-261-0134, or via email at

Hughes appointed to House Committees

Anne Hughes has been appointed by House Speaker Joe Aresimowicz to the Insurance and Real Estate Committee, the Aging Committee, and The Human Services Committee.

She said, “I am eager to collaborate with my colleagues to create affordable equitable access to health care insurance for all CT residents, to strengthen and protect CT’s resources for aging well in place, and to make CT a destination for innovative healthcare, research, development, advanced manufacturing, green energy workforce. We are ready to inspire and engage the public in CT’s ‘moonshot’ – we have the talent, resources, know-how and expertise to lead the way in this challenging and urgent era, and we can’t wait to REPRESENT!”