Friday, April 20, 2001
Community Bulletin Board
Murder and mayhem at the Gleason Library
The Friends of the Gleason Public Library will present a mystery entitled "Murder in the Library" on Saturday, April 28, at 7:30 p.m. Taking place in the library itself, the play will feature several prominent residents of Carlisle as various suspects and ne'er-do-wells.
This fun community event is a fundraiser for the library and tickets, which are $10, may be picked up in advance at the Gleason Library, or purchased at the door. Hors d'oeuvres and coffee and dessert will be offered during the production. Call Lisa Jensen-Fellows at1-978-287-9533 for more information.
Photos needed for eighth-grade graduation
This is your last chance to submit photos to the graduation collage or slide show. Go through photos of your child when he/she was younger, looking for those that will be fun to display (but not embarrassing): group photos of Cub/Girl Scouts, band, sixth-grade Outdoor Ed, seventh-grade play, sports, parties, overnightsalso some from the really early days of daycare. Select up to 20 photos to give us.
Choose photos that are normal sizes, i.e., 3x5 or 4x6. Put your name on the back of each photo and put them in an envelope and deliver them to the Wilkins Office or Daisy's Market. There will be a special collection box for them. Photos must be submitted by April 23.
The photos will be returned by the early part of summer. If you have any questions, feel free to contact Jean Ford Webb at 1-978-369-6407.
Carlisle new-baby social on April 21
If you are a Carlisle parent of a child born since April 2000 and would like to meet other parents in town with a similar-aged child, please join us for the New-Baby Breakfast Social. The event will be held at the home of Polly and Christian Meyer, 271 Russell Street, on April 21 (raindate: April 22) at 9:30 a.m. Representatives of the Carlisle Parents Connection will serve breakfast and assist in organizing ongoing infant and/or toddler playgroups for anyone interested. Don't forget to pick up your free Baby Gift Bag. RSVP to Polly Meyer at 1-978-318-9890 or Stephanie Blunt at 1-978-369-8634 by Friday, April 20.
OHD to present 'The Magic of Carlisle'
Old Home Day 2001 (OHD) planning is well under way. The theme for this year is "The Magic of Carlisle." Think of all the ideas this theme can bring to the parade floats, the cake-decorating contest and the art show.
This year, Old Home Day will be celebrated on Wednesday, July 4, so mark your vacation calenders. OHD is the highlight of the Carlisle social year, with lots of contests, games and good old-fashioned fun. If you would like to get involved in any way, call Susan Evans, chairperson, at 1-978-371-0880.
Interested in walking?
If you walk for exercise and want company, send your name, address, phone number, and days and times you are available to Mary Zoll, 225 School Street in Carlisle. She will organize a group, or a couple of groups, and distribute a list of people responding to this notice so you can make individual arrangements with each other. For more information, call 1-978-369-5236.
CAHI to hold annual meeting
The annual meeting of Carlisle Affordable Housing, Inc. (CAHI) will be at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, May 2 in the Sleeper Room building on Church Street. The annual meeting will be followed by a regular business meeting.
CAHI is a private, nonprofit organization aimed at supporting the development and management of affordable housing in Carlisle. As a nongovernmental entity, CAHI avoids many of the constraints and expenses that a town board is encumbered with when undertaking a building project, while remaining eligible for many public grants. As we prepare for our first project, we have openings for new members to help in any or all phases of our efforts.
All interested persons are encouraged to attend to find out more about CAHI, and how you might contribute to building affordable housing in Carlisle. For more information, call Ralph Anderson at 1-978-369-9672.
Cub Scouts to hold open meeting
The next meeting of Cub Scout Pack 135 will be Wednesday, May 2, at 7 p.m. in the Corey Dining Room. All boys who will be in grades one through five next year are invited to come and see what Cub Scouting is all about.
Two special visitors are plannedMike Wagreich of K9 East Kennels and his search and rescue dog. Wagreich will give a short talk about dogs, search and rescue training and what to do if you are lost. Refreshments will be served.
If you have any questions, call Steve Golson, cubmaster, at 1-978-371-9959.
Girl Scout spring registration
Carlisle Girl Scouts will hold a spring registration to enroll girls for next year on Monday, April 30, from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. in the Wilkins Building, room 9, on the Carlisle School campus.
Representatives from the Patriots Trail Girl Scout Council and from Carlisle Girl Scouts will be available to answer questions. Scouting welcomes girls from kindergarten to adult. Volunteers are currently needed at the kindergarten level.
The Council provides free, local, daytime and evening training and support. For more information, call Carlisle Girl Scout registrar Andi Gettys at 1-978-369-2392.
The 'Squito Town Hoe Down comes to Carlisle
Gather at the Hart Barn at Great Brook Farm on May 19 at 7 p.m.to eat delicious award-winning barbecue by Redbones of Somerville, sample a variety of beers from Concord Junction Brewing, and dance to tunes both down-home and rockin', offered by disc jockey, TJ Sounds. Only $60 per person includes full dinner, beer, wine, and dancing. Reserve your spot by mailing your check today to: Cecile Sandwen, 74 Suffolk Lane, or Lori Canavan, 148 Pheasant Hill Lane. We're limited to the first one hundred people who respond, so don't delay. The 'Squito Town Hoe Down is a Carlisle Education Foundation event, proceeds of which will benefit the Carlisle Public School.