The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, November 15, 2002

Features

Three cases with silver works from the collection of Michael Brophy and photos of other of his pieces are currently on display at the Gleason Public Library through the end of the year. The show spans the 23-year working career of the Carlisle silversmith who lives on West Street and has a studio in Woburn. Brophy will discuss his working process and the silver ...more

Jim and Wendy Davis of East Street were newcomers to Carlisle almost 50 years ago. There were 876 people in town, the selectmen were the police force, and the Davises were among the "the earliest new people" in an established rural community. Since then, they have contributed enormously to the shaping of Carlisle and today are one of our most ...more


"How did the colonists garden?" asked historical landscape consultant Elizabeth Hope Cushing rhetorically at a November 6 lecture before members and guests of the Carlisle Historical Society. An expert on Arthur A. Shurcliff, the designer of the gardens at Colonial Williamsburg, Cushing noted that such historical recreations that date back 150 years ...more


2002 The Carlisle Mosquito