Author: Susan

Redding’s Favorite Barn Sale

Multi family, Fri/Sat, Oct 11/12 9 to 5.  Over 100 years of collecting. Hundreds of new to the sale items.

  • Unique, vintage & mid-century. 
  • Huge Jewelry sale: everything $10. 
  • Science collectables, antique lab glass & apparatus, vintage apothecary bottles.
  • 19th century wooden portrait camera.
  • Old electronic components & transformers, tubes.
  • Optical art.
  • Brass, pewter & copper trays, candlesticks & vases. 
  • Vintage dolls.
  • Chairs, tables, furniture & lamps, metal/glass shelves. 
  • Terrarium on stand. 
  • Old gadgets, vintage spiral hand drills, braces & bits.
  • Rocks & minerals. 
  • Mid-century toy Chemcraft & Gilbert chemistry & microscope sets. 
  • Modern microscopes & accessories. 
  • Vintage kitchenware, copper bowls. 
  • Krups electric meat slicer. 
  • Storage bed for long arms or fishing rods. 
  • 1900 Marbeaux clarinet. 
  • Rare books:  physics, chemistry & engineering, militaria, medical, history, art & cultural. 
  • Stamp albums & books. 
  • Framed lithographic & intaglio art & prints. 
  • Old magazines, Scientific American, Sky & Telescope,
  • Model Railroads. 

Priced to sell.  Many free items.  Rain or shine.  RT 7, 57 or 53 to 107 to Umpawaug to Fox Run.  Follow signs, park responsibly.

Easton Theft and Pursuit

October 7, 2019

On October 7, 2019 at 1:15am the Easton Police Department received a call from a farm on Sport Hill Road reporting that suspicious persons were on the property and were attempting to steal Legally Regulated Hemp Plants which are used to produce CDB oil.

A short while later an officer responding to the location observed a dark colored Honda with a NY registration parked near the scene at Sport Hill Road and Adams Road. The officer went to investigate the vehicle and it then fled the scene. The officer pursued the vehicle south on Rt. 59. The vehicle then was involved in a one car crash near the Exit 46 entrance/exit ramp to the Merritt Parkway. The passenger was apprehended at the scene and was transported to St. Vincent’s Medical Center for treatment of minor injuries by AMR. The operator was able to flee on foot. The Westport Police Department K-9 unit responded to the scene and conducted a search with negative results. Further investigation showed that the vehicle was stolen from East Haven, CT on 9/26/19. Approximately two hours later a Trooper with the Connecticut State Police apprehended the suspect alongside the Merritt Parkway near Exit 49 and he was turned over to the Easton Police Department. The Fairfield Police Department was on scene and assisted in the investigation.

The investigation is continuing into two other suspicious incidents at the location in recent weeks.

Both persons were processed and held on a $10,000.00 bond and were transported to 172 Golden Hill Street (GA-2) Bridgeport, CT for arraignment.

Larceny in the Third Degree, Engaging in Pursuit, Misuse of Plates and other Motor Vehicle Charges

Conspiracy to Commit Larceny in the Third Degree

Timothy J. Shaw Chief of Police
Easton Police Department

Heritage Center News

Please note that beginning Oct. 1st, Yoga for the Rest of Us will be offered at a NEW time, from 12:00 to 12:45 pm. 

“Uke From Scratch” Beginner ukulele lessons for those who want to expand their musical skills. A great opportunity to learn this fun instrument, and you don’t have to purchase a uke!
Oct. 2nd, from 1:00-2:30 pm

Medicare 2020 Get ready to assess your Medicare coverage for the 2020 season. Bob Murphy, our expert on the subject, will give a free presentation on what’s new about the program for the upcoming year. Register for this free info session scheduled for Oct. 8th at 1:00 pm. Bob is also willing to schedule FREE one on one consultations as a follow up to this program.

Free Monthly opera talks with Jean Schroeder Oct. 15th at 10:00 am. This session’s theme will be “Manon” and other fallen women in operas. Additional sessions will be held at 10:00 am on 11/19 and 12/10.

Indian Henna Painting Demonstration and Participation along with a discussion of Diwali, the Hindu Celebration of Light, will be presented on Oct. 16th at 12:45 pm by Garima and Meeta, who have been our excellent presenters in the past. Be sure to register your attendance by Oct. 14th. (Free).

Flu Clinics will be offered in the Heritage Center lounge on Oct. 17th, 9:00 – 11:00 am. Looking ahead, “Vote & Vac” voting day sessions will be held on Nov. 5th from 9:30 am – 2:00 pm and 3:30 – 7:00 pm.

Book Discussion Group will meet on Oct. 28th at 1:30. Focus for this month will be the book “Midnight Children” by Salman Rushdie.

AARP Drive Smart will be offered on Oct. 28th from 9:00 am – 1:00 pm. Specifically designed for those over 50 to improve driver skills & save on auto insurance! Register with our office if you wish to attend.

Free Jack O’ Lantern Carving on Oct. 30th, at 1:00 in the Arts & Crafts room. Join Ruth Moran’s workshop on making Jack O’Lanterns for Halloween. Pumpkins and all materials and tools will be provided. Finished pumpkins will be displayed on the Town Green on Oct. 31st. Limited enrollment.

Give Redding a Halloween Glow! Bring your hand-carved Jack O’Lantern to the Town Green on Oct 31st for display from 4:30 to 9:00 p.m. Make Redding Center Eye-Catching for Halloween! Redding Garden Club will be there to provide LED votives for each Jack O’Lantern. Stop by the gazebo for cider and donuts when you drop off your creation.

Kindly register for events by contacting the Heritage Center office (203-938-9725).
We’re open:
Mon. – Thurs. 8:30 – 5:00
Fridays 9:00 – Noon