The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, September 14, 2007


Parents now that school is back in session, are you looking for something to do with your younger children? Or perhaps you're new to town and would like to meet other parents with young children. The Carlisle Parents Connection (CPC) might have just what you're looking for. ...more

Unless you grew up in Carlisle, you have probably experienced the feelings of dislocation that accompanied your move to town. Sometimes they last longer than expected — it often takes several years to feel comfortable in a new community. ...more

While most of us were on vacation, in the garden, or at the beach, a new restaurant opened in Westford that is worth noting. I got a call from Pat King Shaw to meet her and her family at a new place she had just discovered. The following Friday night we all got together at Karma in Westford, on Route 110 (Littleton Road) in the plaza near Jo-Ann's Fabric Store. ...more

Part of the celebration of Riverfest and Mass Biodiversity Days in June was a walk at Great Brook Farm State Park to teach "Foraging for Wild Edibles" led by Russ Cohen. Prior to the walk, he handed around some fruit leather he had made from autumn olive berries collected the previous fall. Most people seemed to like it. On the walk, Russ pointed ...more

A third of the on-stage performers in this weekend's first-ever 3x3x3 Stage Festival at the Concord-Carlisle High School (CCHS) are Carlisle students, reflecting the community's interest in the performing arts. The Carlisle actors in the cast of 30 include Ted Alexander, Amanda Caddell, David Dawson, siblings Phil and Rachel Dumka, Sean Dwyer, Katie Innamorati, ...more

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