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Living in Easton, Pennsylvania:
Tips for Moving and Visiting

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If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit Easton, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked three people living in Easton what someone who is considering moving to or visiting there should know. Here are their pros and cons, tips, and advice:


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While Easton, Pennsylvania, is a small city, there is plenty to do and see. What makes Easton, Pennsylvania unique is the diversity of people, the volunteer opportunities offered, the history of Easton, and the vast amount of activities to do. According to Data USA, Easton had 56.5% Caucasian, 13.1% African American, 3.25% Asian, 1.24% American Indian & Alaska Native, .04% Native Hawaiian & other Pacific Islander people in 2017. In Easton, there are many volunteer opportunities to help out those that are homeless, elderly, have diseases, etc.

Rachel, says: 2020

– During the French and Indian Wars, Easton was the scene of several Indian peace councils; it served as an outpost during the American Revolution, and the Declaration of Independence was read on July 8, 1776, from the steps of the Old Courthouse.
– Formerly known as the Binney and Smith Company, the Crayola Company has become one of the biggest art-supply companies in the world. Today, Crayola’s major headquarters and facilities are located in Easton.
– The Crayola Experience, located in downtown Easton, provides children and their families with an interactive experience where they can see how crayons and markers are made.

Easton also offers beautiful scenery, including mountains, rivers, and paths. With multiple museums, including the National Canal Museum where families can rent kayaks, bikes, canoes, etc., Easton provides multiple activities for families. Easton, although small, is the perfect city to gain new experiences and come together with others.

Aashvi, says: 2020

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