EMSI Receives State Designation

February 12, 2021

The Greater Easton Development Partnership (GEDP) and its Easton Main Street Initiative program got some good news this week, as the Wolf Administration named it to the 2021 list of Keystone Communities Main Street Programs in the state. The designation means that Easton Main Street Initiative (EMSI) is a community revitalization organization recognized and supported […]

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GEDP Launches Feastin’ In Easton Campaign

January 26, 2021

What if your next meal out came with a chance to win a prize? If you’re dining in Easton, it just might. The nonprofit Greater Easton Development Partnership is kicking off a new campaign called Feastin’ in Easton that will run from February-April. The goal of Feastin’ in Easton is to get people to try new restaurants […]

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Easton Main Street Initiative Launches ‘The New Weekend’ Campaign to Encourage Mid-Week Dining

January 19, 2021

Move over, Friday and Saturday nights — date night just got a new day of the week. Easton Main Street Initiative is launching a new marketing campaign aimed at encouraging mid-week dining as a way of supporting local restaurants as they work through months of staying open, but with reduced capacities. To kick off the campaign, Easton Main […]

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Mark Your Calendars for Easton Restaurant Week!

January 12, 2021

It’s time to dine during Easton Winter Restaurant Week, January 24-30, 2021! 18 of Easton’s best restaurants will offer price fixed breakfast, lunch and dinner menus for indoor and outdoor dining and some will also offer curbside pick-up. Reservations are highly suggested as we expect an overwhelming need for diners to once again be able […]

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Supporting Easton Restaurants

December 29, 2020

While restaurants are closed for indoor dining, there are still ways to help! Purchase gift cards to use later, order takeout or choose #CurbsideFirst. Remember that third-party apps take a portion of sales, so choose to pick up your order if possible Restaurants Offering Heated Outdoor Dining *As of December 29, 2020; please call restaurant […]

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Shop Local. Win Big.

December 16, 2020

Share the Joy Shop at three, enter for free. This holiday season, when you shop small you could win big in Downtown Easton’s new Share the Joy contest. Shop at three or more Easton stores, show your receipts at the Winter Village at Historic Easton Info hut and enter to win Downtown Easton gift cards. […]

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Shop Local this Holiday Season with 26 Gift Ideas in Downtown Easton!

December 7, 2020

Downtown Easton is full of small shops that offer unique products for everyone on your list. From aprons at Mercantile Home to noodle bowls at Token to jammies at Easton Outdoor Company, Downtown Easton has something everyone can enjoy! 26 Holiday Gift Ideas You’ll Love in Easton 12/4/2020 26 Holiday Gift Ideas You’ll Love in […]

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Easton Set To Ring in The Holidays

November 17, 2020

The holidays may look a little different this year, but Easton’s not skimping on the holiday spirit. From the Easton Farmers’ Market Holiday Edition to a virtual Peace Candle lighting, Customized Santa Messages, free parking and more, find new ways to make memories with your family this year. Peace Candle Lighting The annual lighting ceremony […]

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Easton Main Street Initiative Picks Sweet Landmark for This Year’s Limited Edition Ornament

September 30, 2020

Add a sweet reminder of Easton to your home this holiday season with the newest piece in Easton Main Street Initiative’s (EMSI) historic ornament collection. The 2020 ornament will feature a miniature version of the Carmelcorn Shop, which has been making homemade carmelcorn, fresh-roasted nuts, fudge, chocolates and candies since 1931. The ornament is the […]

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2020 Can’t Stop the 268th Birthday of Easton Farmers’ Market

September 29, 2020

Easton Farmers’ Market, America’s oldest, continuously-operating open-air market is celebrating its birthday — no matter what 2020 throws at it. Because that’s what you do when you’re 268 years-old. Plans to celebrate the birthday in July, as the market does every year during the height of its summer season, were squashed. But this Saturday, Oct. […]

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