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June 28, 2019
During the summer, the Mosquito will publish on: July 12, July 26, August 9, August 30. Weekly publication resumes with the September 13 issue.
Colored lights brightened an evergreen on the Town Common after the annual tree lighting ceremony on Tuesday, December 4. (Photo by Jenn Emanuel)
CONCERT WITH A CAUSE.
Last week’s Carlisle School Jazz band performance raised funds for the project to renovate a Corey Building storage area into a new performing arts rehearsal space. Shown are (left to right): Kevin Chiang, Sam Richman, Kristina Kane, Wyatt James and Arnav Shah. (Photo by Rik Pierce)
WREATH IT TO ME.
Hannalore Munson holds a wreath decorated at the Council on Aging workshop on December 3. (Photo by Beth Clarke)
ALL THAT JAZZ.
The FRS Jazz Group (left to right) John Lyons, Harvey
Nosowitz and Corey Lanum play at the concert to benefit the new Performing
Arts Studio at the Carlisle Public School on November 29. (Photo by Rik Pierce)
On December 2, the Carlisle Chamber Orchestra performed the opera Hansel and Gretel. Margretta Beaty (left) was the witch, (standing left to right) Robin Farnsley was Gretel and Kathryn Tolly had the role of Hansel. The orchestra was conducted by Alan Yost. (Photo by Beth Clarke)
A ONE HORSE OPEN SLEIGH
decorates the front of the Rollins Insurance Agency on Lowell Street. (Photo by Margot Woodruff)
LIKE FLANDERS FIELDS.
Poppies in Green Cemetery connect the graves of World War I veterans such as Edmond Bates. (Photo by Linda Myers-Tierney)
Olga Jones (left) and Karen Shaver show off wreaths they made at a COA/Garden Club-sponsored workshop . (Photo by Beth Clarke)
NOT SOLD ON SANTA.
Young Rury Eccleston fails to see the allure of Santa, while his Mom Sarah and sister Eva enjoy the meeting after the tree lighting on December 4. (Photo by Jenn Emanuel)