The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, May 23, 2008


AN EVENING OF SCOTTISH MUSIC. World famous Scottish fiddler Alasdair Fraser and cellist Natalie Haas brought down the house Sunday night at the Union Hall Coffeehouse’s sold-out evening of Celtic music – traditional and current. (Photo by Mike Saylor)

LEARNING ABOUT BEHAVIOR DEVELOPMENT OF WOLF PUPS. Kathryn James Lord, formerly of Baldwin Road, will share her observations of wolf pups as they demonstrate survival instincts and behavior development when she speaks at the Concord-Carlisle Adult and Community Education’s Armchair Travel Program on June 2. For more information, see page 12. (Courtesy photo)

NEW CARLISLEANS. John Valentine supervises two new calves at his farm on Acton Street. They appear to have settled in comfortably. (Photo by Dave Ives)

WORKING THE PARTY. Horses Doc (white) and Mike (black) patiently pull a haywagon full of participants in the family picnic day at Great Brook Farm State Park on May 18. (Photo by Dave Ives)

THE NEW FACE OF AUTOMOTIVE DESIGN. Sixth-graders (left to right) Abby Wilcox, Audrey Stein, Emma Brandhorst, Angela DeBruzzi with Hannah Deignan in the car, attended last week’s soapbox derby workshop. Here they display a new design for an entry into the Old Home Day soapbox derby race. Good luck, ladies! (Photo by Dave Ives)



2008 The Carlisle Mosquito