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March 22, 2019
A red fox has been seen frequently this week in the Ember Lane area. (Photo by Brian Bielecki)
The Community Seed Swap event held last week in Union Hall ended with a potluck dinner. (Photo by Beth Clarke)
SEATING FOR ONE.
A gray squirrel looks down from its perch on the stub of a dead branch. (Photo by Susan Curll)
A Barred owl looks out on a late winter day. (Photo by Emily Reardon)
Snowdrops pop up in ground newly freed of snow.
(Photo by Betsy Fell)
over Ember Lane. (Photo by Marjorie Johnson)
IRISH STEPPING STAR.
A dancer from the Inishfree School of Irish Dancing entertains seniors including (left to right) Jane Lawson and Ron and Dick Russel during the CCHS St. Patrick’s Day lunch on March 16. (Photo by Beth Clarke)
Although the sign at the Banta-Davis soccer field says the field is closed to dogs, the actual rule is that Carlisle residents are permitted to bring dogs from sunrise to 10 a.m. Per the new town Bylaw, dog walkers at Banta-Davis and on other town land must carry one leash per dog.
(Photo by Sarah Hart)
GOOD FOOD WITH FRIENDS.
Nikki White (left) and Kay Hurley sample the offerings at the potluck dinner following the Community Seed Swap at Union Hall on Saturday, March 16. (Photo by Beth Clarke)
An eastern screech owl is well
camouflaged in its perch off Bedford Road.
(Photo by Emily Richardson)
Enjoying the lovely Saturday weather, Anthony Scaduto (right) and his family, (left to right) Karen, Olivia and Anthony, take a break from picking up trash on West Street. Soon, the town will be doing the same at the Trash Party on April 6. (Photo by Beth Clarke)