Registration is now open for the 2019 Easton Pickleball outdoor season!

Now in its 5th year, the official Town of Easton Adult Pickleball program, is now accepting registrations for the new 2019 outdoor season.

LOCATION: Unionville Courts, Next to Buddy’s Union Villa  

DAYS:  Monday – Wednesday – Friday – Saturday

DATES:  April 29, 2019 – October 2019

TIME:  8:30 am – 11:30 am

SEASON PRICE:  $25

You can register and pay online here:
You can also mail in the form and payment, the form is available here:
Anne Daley, the Easton Recreation Dept. Director, will be on hand the first day, April 29, to accept new registrations and payments by check or cash.
See you on the courts…

Questions, comments?

1 Hour Free One-On-One Photography 101 Classes at the Ames Free Library

Learn basic photography with award winning photographer Eric Lothrop.

Put down that iPhone and shoot like a pro. Eric will teach you everything you need to know for taking great photos in no time.
All you need is DSLR camera to get started (Point and Shoot cameras such as Power Shot, Cyber-Shoot and Coolpix are not covered in these sessions).

Sessions with Eric are for 1 hour, and are by appointment only.
Please schedule your session online HERE, or call 508-238-2000, ext. 3.

Event Location: Queset House, 1st Floor Information Cafe

Genealogy help with Easton Historian Ed Hands – Today 12/15, 2:30pm – 4:30pm, Ames Free Library, Queset House – FREE and open to all…

Easton Genealogy Club

Stuck on a tough “puzzle” in your family tree?  Join Ed Hands and the Easton Genealogy Club where you can use the Ames Free Library’s resources to solve the riddle!

The Easton Genealogy Club meets the 2nd Saturday of each month.

Free and open to all!

Event Location:
Queset House, 1st Floor Library Room
51 Main St.
Easton, MA 02375

Event Time

2:30pm – 4:30pm

How To Make Good Money Selling Used Books on eBay, Amazon

Used books are the perfect product for the small eBay, Amazon or online seller.

  • They are easy to find
  • Although there are tons of expensive books, most books sell for less than $25. This attracts few thieves and scam artists
  • Used books are highly profitable.  You can buy books for a quarter of fifty cents that will sell for $10, $20, $30 or more –sometimes much more.
  • Books are easy to list, store and ship
  • Book prices are easy to research and determine
  • Books and book condition descriptions are standard and well understood.
  • Book cover photographs are available for most modern books just by typing in the ISBN number
  • It only takes a couple of minutes to create a book listing. Amazon, eBay and other sites have standard pre-written descriptions that will fill in automatically just by entering the ISBN number
  • Perfect, low-risk business for the part-time seller
  • The online book market is growing at double-digit rates and shows no sign of slowing down. Used books make up a larger and larger portion of that business
  • Recession-proof business. When the economy slows down, used book sales increase

http://blog.skipmcgrath.com/2018/11/how-to-make-good-money-selling-used-books-on-ebay-amazon-and-the-internet/

New Physical Activity Guidelines Urge Americans: Move More, Sit Less

You’ve likely heard the idea that sitting is the new smoking.

Compared with 1960, workers in the U.S. burn about 140 fewer calories, on average, per day due to our sedentary office jobs. And, while it’s true that sitting for prolonged periods is bad for your health, the good news is that we can offset the damage by adding more physical activity to our days…

https://www.npr.org/sections/health-shots/2018/11/12/666744493/new-physical-activity-guidelines-urge-americans-move-more-sit-less