Clubs & Organizations
Easton Pride works to increase 2SLGBTQ+ visibility in Easton and raise funds for programs and activities for the 2SLGBTQ+ community. We know that the 2SLGBTQ+ people and their allies exist in all corners of town. Our mission is to help them show their pride and show the world that Easton is a place of acceptance, inclusion, and love.
The Easton Arts Council is an independent tax-exempt organization founded 25 years ago to foster the arts in Easton. We sponsor annual events including a Photo Show and Contest, a member Art Show and Reception, a Youth Art Show, a juried Art Show, a Readers Theatre and a Musical performance. All events are at the Easton Public Library. We welcome new members.
Founded in 1968, the Historical Society strives to preserve and catalog Easton artifacts and archival materials while encouraging community engagement and education through lectures, events and programs. The Society currently manages two historic properties in Easton: the Adams Schoolhouse, a one-room schoolhouse (circa 1850) and the Bradley-Hubbell House and Farmstead (circa 1816) which is listed on both the Connecticut and National Registers of Historic Places.
The Easton Learning Foundation (ELF) is a non-profit organization that champions innovation in education. Through fundraising efforts and events, ELF funds teacher-initiated grants to support innovative projects, programs and initiatives that fall outside district funding. Since ELFs founding in 2004 we have provided nearly one million dollars in funding to Easton and ER9 schools.