The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, March 9, 2007



No Bashful Bruin

NO BASHFUL BRUIN. Recent warmer weather may have confused this black bear, seen eating bird seed near Concord Street at dusk on Tuesday.

(Photo by Tom Raftery)

Theatrical Load In

PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT. The Carlisle School's seventh-grade play, Seussical, will be performed March 14 to 16 (see Carlisle Calendar for details.) Performers include (left to right) Sarah Brantley, Rachel O'Keefe, Kaitlyn Peterson, Marin Epstein, Mariah Ganeck and Rose Carmichael.



BACKYARD BEAUTIES TOMATOES COME TO LOCAL MARKETS. Backyard Beauties executives Paul Sellew (center) and Wayne Davis, both of Carlisle, deliver a box of greenhouse-grown tomatoes to Larry Bearfield (left) of Ferns Country Store, as Eric Sellew looks on. Backyard Beauties is the largest greenhouse operation in New England, and the only New England grower to provide fully vine-ripened tomatoes all year long. (Photo by Ellen Huber)


Evita Cast

Some of the Carlisle students in the cast of Evita pose before a dress rehearsal last week. Left to right are Catherine O'Kelly, Alec Hutson, Noragh Devlin, Lizz Oberg, Adam Johnson, Ted Alexander, Erica Pernice, Oliver Bojanic, Krista Stengrevics and Phil Dumka. (Photo by Ellen Huber)


Fond Farewell
A FOND FAREWELL. Linda Boucher, Carlisle's assistant treasurer/collector, enjoys her going-away party, thrown for her on February 28 at Town Hall. Making sure she gets a proper send-off are Police Chief John Sullivan (left) and DPW head Gary Davis. Boucher will not be going far; she will be working in Concord's Town Hall in their accounting department. (Photo by Delaine Williamson)



IMAGINATIVE MACHINATIONS. Gabor (left) and Bonnie Miskolczy (right) demonstrate ways to make art out of everyday objects. Join in at the Discovery Museums, 177 Main Street in Acton, on March 21 from 4 to 5:30 p.m. for a workshop entitled, "Techno-Art: Recycled Art from Take-Aparts," with the Miskolczys. Transform circuit boards and other pieces into imaginative artwork.

Pre-registration is required by March 16: call 1-978-264-4200. The program is for children ages six and up with an adult partner. The cost is $8 per adult/child team for members and $10 per adult/child team for non-members. The program will meet in the Education Room of the Science Discovery Museum. (Courtesy photo)

Theatrical Load In

THEATRICAL LOAD-IN. Rick Amodei (left) and Brandon Mosca load set pieces for the seventh grade play, Seussical, including a large, brightly-colored tree, onto a flatbed truck for transport to Corey Auditorium. Seussical opens Wednesday, March 14. For a color version of this picture, see the Mosquito web site, (Photo by Marcy Guttadauro)


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