Tartia Cemetery

Tartia Cemetary Walk

Saturday December 1st 2018

The Chatham Historical Society will be hosting a Walking Tour of the 1746 Tartia Cemetery and Town Farm on 

East Hampton Directions: From Stop & Shop on East High St. Then drive down Main St. through The Town of East Hampton, Connecticut’s Village Center to Rt. 16. At traffic light turn left on Rt. 16 (Colchester Ave.) and drive approx. 1.5 miles. Turn right on Tartia Rd. and go approx. ½ mile to #45.

Cemetery is on right.

This monthly series of hikes is designed to introduce people to the history of East Hampton. The hikes also foster friendships, promote a healthy lifestyle, and help develop an appreciation of the history of East Hampton. The walk is recommended for children six years to adults. It will take approx. 1 hour. No dogs please. Heavy rain will cancel the hike.

Hazen Tree Farm

Hazen Tree Farm 

Sunday December 9th, 2018

The Chatham Historical Society will be hosting a walking tour of The Hazen Tree Farm located at 166 Lake Drive in East Hampton, Connecticut

Directions from East Hampton Stop & Shop.

Go east on Rt. 66 for 1.6 mi. to Lake Dr. on left. Follow Lake Dr. for .5 mi to stop sign, Then turn left and go .1 mi. Hazen Tree Farm will be on your left.

More East Hampton Events 

Local artists Scotty Giffen and Emily Zeitlin have a new body of work on display at the Town Hall in East Hampton. The artwork utilizes a combination of their photography, prints, pen and acrylic painting. Giffen and Zeitlin jointly and individually have created these pieces as explorations of individual , spiritual and inner visions. As members of the East Hampton Art Association the artists invite the public to view their creations and explore what can be seen in them.

December 5th 

A program on How to Take Better Pictures with Your Cell Phone with photo instructor Andy Mars from Avon will be hosted by the East Hampton Art Association,  at the East Hampton Public Library Community Room, 105 Main St. Donation for nonmembers is $4; free for East Hampton Students and Association members.

A holiday book drive at the East Hampton Public Library will run through Dec. 5 to support children through the East Hampton Food Bank. Tags for boys and girls ages 1 to 12 are available near the circulation desk at the library, 105 Main St. Select a tag and bring a  new, unwrapped book that corresponds to the tag to the library and place in the donation box. The tag should be included with the book. 203-525-3439 for information.

December 7th and 14th

Footprint Fridays: Candyland!, Dec. 7 and 14 at 3:30 p.m. at the East Hampton Public Library, 105 Main St., for Grades 2 and 3. Make simple holiday crafts and play a life sized version of the game Candyland. Bus transportation provided from Memorial School, children must bring a note to school for permission. 860-267-6621 for information.

December 8th

Rick’s Sugar Shack, Christmas in the Big Red House, will be held Dec. 8 and 9, 69 Collie Brook Road from noon to 5 p.m. Maple syrup, mustard, candy, fudge, baked goods,, country store foods, gifts and local crafters! Cash and checks accepted.

The Congregational Church of East Hampton Holiday Vendor Fair will be held Dec. 8 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. with various vendors including Partylite, LuLaRoe, NYR Organics, Norwex, DoTerra, Wishes Family Travel, Tastefully Simple, Pampered Chef, Tupperwear, Mary Kay, Usborne Books and more, Touchstone Crystals, 31, Grace & Heart and Sunshine Baskets.