The citrus fruit will arrive on Friday, December 7th. We need many parent helpers to assist the students with unloading the truck, checking the fruit, and sorting the orders for pick-up. VOLUNTEER TO HELP on Friday, December 7, beginning at 4:00 pm. Based on past years, we expect to finish the sorting by 9 pm. (Ideally, parent volunteers will arrive by 4:30 pm; however, help is needed throughout the afternoon/evening – even if you can’t come until after 5 pm, that is fine!)
Sign up to volunteer by emailing IMAfruitsale@gmail.com
Student volunteers will sign up on the volunteer sheet that will be posted in the Band Room this week. Dinner will be provided. Students who help on Friday and stay until the end may take their orders that night.
STUDENTS PLEASE PICK-UP your order on Saturday, December 8, between 8 am – 10 am at the high school cafeteria.
Purchase some sweet and savory strudels to help support the Instrumental Music Association during Mattie’s Strudel Haus Fundraiser. This locally made and preservative free strudel is delivered frozen. Please find attached descriptions and order form here: 18-12 -7 EASTON INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC ASSOCIATION
The week of November 19 begins the countdown to the storied football rivalry on Thanksgiving Day between the Easton Red Rovers and the Phillipsburg Stateliners. Here’s the rundown:
The Powder Puff Football game is on Monday, November 19. Band members have the option to be a part of the pep band. If your student signed up to participate, Mr. Ballantine will give them the details.
The pizza party with Phillipsburg band members is on Tuesday, November 20. Please come to the high school at 5:15 pm to board the buses. Return time is approximately 8 pm.
Please wear warm, comfy clothes for the Wednesday, November 21, parade to the EAHS bonfire. Band members will need to meet at the high school at 4:15 pm to board the buses to Paxinosa. They will march back to the high school for the lighting of the bonfire.
Report time for the Thanksgiving Day game on Thursday, November 22, is 8 am at the high school. Band members will wear their white pants. The game is held at Fischer Stadium – Lafayette College. Let’s go ROVERS!!!!!
Come on out to a Fall Arts and Craft Show fundraiser benefiting the Instrumental Music Association on Saturday, November 17, 2018 from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm. Kick off your holiday shopping at this event taking place at the Easton Area High School Cafeteria, 2601 William Penn Highway.
Free Entry – Free Parking
120 + Crafters & Vendors
Because of a Nor’easter on Saturday (thanks Mother Nature!) the Phillipsburg Band Festival is rescheduled to Tuesday, October 30. On Tuesday the band will have after school rehearsal from 2:40 pm – 4 pm. Dinner and time for homework is from 4 pm – 5:30 pm. Please make sure your student brings a packed dinner and their uniform to school (white pants for instrumentalists). Students will board the buses at 5:45 pm and depart for the festival at 6 pm. The festival begins at 7:00 p.m. and the Beast from the East will perform at 7:20 p.m.
BAND SENIOR NIGHT is Friday, October 12, and the Rovers take on Bethlehem Catholic. Kickoff is at 7 pm, but we encourage you to get their early to watch our marching band for the pregame show!
It’s going to be a GREAT night for our BAND SENIORS and PARENTS! See you at Cottingham Stadium.
The marching band will be participating in the annual Easton Phillipsburg Halloween Parade on Sunday, October 28. The band members will board the buses at the high school at 12:50 pm. This joint town parade celebrates Halloween across two states and step-off time is 3 pm. The parade starts in Phillipsburg, NJ, and ends in Centre Square, Easton, PA.
The Bangor Band Festival is being held at Bangor Memorial Park, 90 Eisenhart Blvd., Bangor, PA, on Saturday, October 13. Students need to be at the high school to board the buses by 4 pm. The Beast from the East a.k.a The Easton High School Marching Band is slated to perform at 6:05. The band festival starts at 5:30 pm.
Forms for the citrus fundraiser will be distributed to string, band, and orchestra members during the week of October 15. Online ordering will be available, but the fruit will still be delivered to the school, and the student who sold the citrus is responsible for pick-up and delivery to their customers. The deadline to order is November 8 for in person sales and November 18 for online sales. Fruit pick-up will be on Saturday, December 8, from 8 am – 10 am at the high school cafeteria. Volunteers are needed on Friday, December 7, to unload the fruit off the truck. Please see the above Forms and Fundraiser tab for the necessary forms and additional instructions.