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Updated event details coming soon - thank you for your support!

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Join the Friends of Historic Easton Cemetery at

Zeta Psi House at Lafayette College

49 South College Drive, Easton, PA


Join us from 5:00 to 8:00 to enjoy the sunset at the Zeta house at Lafayette College and celebrate the restoration of the stolen sword from Colonel Wikoff's grave. Sip on wine and beer and enjoy light fare and hors d'oeuvres in this historic building. Live jazz music will be provided by Lafayette students while you peruse the silent auction items. All proceeds from the event will benefit the historic Easton Cemetery.

What to expect:

Experience the Zeta Psi House

The Zeta Psi house was built between 1909 and 1910 and designed by architects William Marsh Michler and James Barnes Baker. The rock-faced granite building is 2-and-a-half stories tall and features a heavy eave cornice, prominent chimney stacks, and projecting facade pavilions. The interior has both Colonial Revival and Arts and Crafts influenced in its design and detailing. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2001. See the rarely-seen interior of this beautiful home, while enjoying the sunset from the expansive patio.

All proceeds from the event go to the Easton Cemetery.
What You're Supporting:


Keep Our Gates Open

We have a plan for the future, but we need your help NOW to ensure that we have the time to put it in place for the next 175 years and beyond.

Road Constuction

Road Repaving

Cars were allowed in Easton Cemetery in 1913 and it soon became apparent that the dirt roads were no longer adequate. Now the cemetery is faced with the daunting problem of resurfacing 9 miles of road within the grounds.


Protect Our Green Space

With 86 acres of greenery, this is the largest public green space in Easton. And keeping the 9 miles of roads maintained as well as grass mowed and snow and debris cleaned is an expensive endeavor for a very learn grounds crew.


Community & Education

Throughout the year, Friends of Historic Easton Cemetery hosts a number of events and programming including cemetery tours, a 5k run/walk, Community Day and 4th grade field trips for the Easton Area School District. Your donation supports these programs.


Preserve History

With over 42,000 buried and 175 years of historical figures, war heroes, famous artists, and notable and loved Easton residents, Historic Easton Cemetery tells the history of Easton by remembering the deceased. 


Monument Restoration

Our mausoleum was built in 1919 and all of the burial niches within it were quickly sold. But after 100 years, this beautiful structure is badly in need of repair.  Other monuments, such as a the George Taylor monument in front of the chapel, are also in need of restoration.

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