Outside, it's gray, dreary, and cold, and we've all spent far too much time stuck (sometimes literally) indoors. It's safe to say that everyone is longing for warmth, spring colors, and community feeling.
With the weather playing havoc with our lives and schedules we all need something
fun to anticipate.
So, mark your calendars now, and look
forward to the Easttown Open! To be held on April 5th, the Easttown Library will be transformed into an 18-hole mini-golf course.
The day will include an afternoon family-friendly time from 2:00 to 5:30, with mini-golf, activities and concessions, and an evening “19th Hole” adult (21+) reception. All proceeds from this community-wide event will benefit library programs and services.
Already many local businesses, neighborhoods, organizations, book clubs and families have seized the opportunity to
sponsor this event, a first in Chester County.
The goal is to bring the community together to support the Easttown Library, an essential and vital resource, and to have a lot of fun and celebrate our area while doing so! Why not join them? It's a great way to be involved
Thank you to the following sponsors: Isolite, Doug Fero and Terry Kirkwood of Berkshire Hathaway Home Services, Fox Roach Realtors, Bounce U, Painting With a Twist, Play It Again Sports, Delaware Valley Aluminum Corporation, Ward B. Burnside Plumbing, Pat & Bob Thomas, Martin & Liedtka families, Dynamic Solar, Mystery Book Club of Easttown, Clay's Creative Corner Bakery, Foundation of Easttown Library, Impriano Roofing, studioWorks Publishing, Eadeh Enterprises, Berwyn-Devon Professional Association, Marrijo Gallagher of Berkshire Hathway Home Services, Fox Roach Realtors, American Association of University Women, The Saturday Club, Play a Round of Golf, Bach to Rock, General Warren Inne, The Timothy School.See www.easttownlibrary.org for more information, or http://www.libraryminigolf.org/tournaments/easttown14.html.