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Friday, July 30, 2010


MUSIC ON THE COMMON. Shade was a valued commodity during an afternoon
brass quintet concert sponsored by the Carlisle Congregational Church on July
18. About 60 people attended the event. (Photo by Ellen Huber)

TO INFINITY AND BEYOND. Carlisle Recreation Summer Fun performers take
a fi nal bow after acting in their version of Toy Story 3 for a large and appreciative
audience of family members on July 23. (Photo by Ellen Huber)

COA CHATTERS. Marian MacPherson (left) and Jean Bates talk with COA
director Debi Siriani about good books for summer reading. The next COA chat
will be in the Sleeper Room on August 23 when the topic will be whether seniors
want a senior center. (Photo by Ellen Huber)

ECO-MAGIC. Magician Michael Bent gets help from audience members Kierthan
Lathrop and Erin Cox, who are having a great time. The show held in Union Hall
is part of the Library’s summer reading program. (Photo by Ellen Huber)

GONE FISHIN’. Children listen intently to a safety lesson from ranger Tyler Brien
at a fi shing class offered at Great Brook Farm State Park on July 21 for children
ages 7 and up. They learned how to bait a hook, cast and bring in a fi sh. Many
catfi sh were caught and fun was had by all. (Photo by Ellen Huber)

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