Discover Easton is working with Easton businesses and local organizations to manage the impact of COVID-19. Governor Larry Hogan has announced the beginning of Stage One of the ‘Maryland Strong: Roadmap to Recovery,’ which includes moving from a Stay at Home order to a Safer at Home public health advisory this Friday, May 15 at 5 p.m. This includes the gradual reopenings of retail and personal services. Discover Easton will keep you updated as Easton small businesses start to reopen, here are ways you can #SupportLocalSafely.
Discover Easton Members Marketing & Promotions
We’ve collected the latest marketing and updates from the members of Discover Easton to make it easy for you to learn about the new goods and services being offered. We’ll keep you updated as businesses announce plans for reopening.
AAM’s Virtual Studio
Fri., May 15 | 6 p.m.
Join Academy Art Museum for their next installment of Virtual Studio: Conversations with Artists, featuring Emily Lombardo on Zoom! Lombardo was AAM’s first Artist-in-Residence and her work was part of the 2017 exhibition, The Caprichos: Goya and Lombardo.
Easton Farmers Market
Sat., May 16 | 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
28712 Glebe Road
A 100% drive-through market that complies with CDC guidelines. You will drive up to the various vendors, make your selections, pay, and receive your order through your vehicle window. Some vendors also have the ability to pre-order & pre-pay for items to expedite purchases.
Supporting Easton Restaurants
Many Easton eateries are open or reopening under new service guidelines, offering ways to enjoy their food at home. Many restaurants and members in the Easton community are donating meals to our front-line workers. Please continue to support our wonderful restaurants.
Governor Hogan announced last week that Marylanders can resume a broad range of outdoor activities, including golf, tennis, camping, boating and fishing. Now is a good time to explore the recreation activities available in Easton as places begin their plans to reopen to the public.
Business Gift Cards & Certificates
Support your local businesses by purchasing a gift card or gift certificate online. We thank the many participants of this program that have donated their purchased gift cards to those in need. Please help our local businesses during this time of uncertainty.
Easton Census 2020
The Census helps allocate the appropriate funding for Easton and Talbot County for the next decade. Your response helps direct billions of dollars in federal funds into our schools, roads, and other public services. Click below to view a sample questionnaire and see how to complete your Census online.
COVID-19 Resources for Easton Small Businesses
As COVID-19 continues to have a major impact on our community, Discover Easton is compiling resources and information to help our small businesses during this crisis.
If you have an Easton business and would like to participate in any of our programs, please email us at [email protected].