The official celebrations kick off on Thursday (June 2) with the lighting of the beacon at Sayesbury Manor at 9.45pm.
The mural shows an image of the Queen when she was crowned in June 1953 and one as she is now aged 96.
The show was organised by Berrin Lee owner of House of Harlequin boutique in Bell Street, and attended by 110 people.
Cllr Greg Rattey told the town council’s statutory annual meeting on Monday his mayoral year had been a “fantastic experience”.
Second World War veteran Cyril Banks collect for Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal and marched in town's Remembrance parade well into his 90s.
Residents of Nursery Road and The Lindens watched as contractors ploughed on with the job despite the Toyota Yaris being in their way.
The pool in Castle Gardens was shut on Friday following a failure of the main dosing controller, which regulates the disinfectant in it.
Visitors enjoyed trips along the Stort, a free paddle in a kayak and the chance to examine some fascinating finds in the bio-zone tent.
Motorists face diversions of between 20 and 30 miles when the south and north bridges at Birchanger Green are closed for repairs and resurfacing.
Greg Rattey was accused of breaching the councillors' code of conduct by admitting he had once belonged to "an intrinsically racist organisation".
Author Carol Russell said mum Nadia and her five-year-old daughter Ilariia missed their flight to the UK as their luggage went ahead.
The event at Sheering Mill Lock is being organised by the town council in conjunction with the Canal & River Trust.
Mark Maier was less than four minutes into his act at Great Dunmow Comedy Club when an audience member made a comment about his nose.
Work involving essential repairs and resurfacing of the north and south bridges at Birchanger Green junction 8 will take place over six weekends.
Besides the new junction 7a, the project saw the widening of B183 Gilden Way/Sheering Road and installation of a new link road.
On the bill at the club at the United Reformed Church Hall, Water Lane are Marlon Davis, Ignatio Lopez and Mitch Benn.
Sawbridgeworth Local History Society chairman David Royle led the group on the trail and tried out the new QR codes scattered around the town.
The A1250 is closed between Stortford Hall Park and the Nags Head until Thursday as UK Power Networks carries out emergency maintenance.
Police are appealing for witnesses to the incident which happened on Sunday at around 7.15pm outside Tesco Express in Havers Lane.
Surfacing works to the entire link road, slip roads, dumbbell roundabouts and M11 overbridge are now complete.