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2017 Summer Blossomings

Visit Center Park to enjoy blooming Hydrangea, Shasta Daisy, Day Lily, Clematis, Baptisia, Coral Bells,  and many other perennials. The Island will be bursting forth with Hostas and Solomon Seal. Climbing white hydrangea on the lattice panels at the right entrance will catch your eye. Summer is definitely a delightful season to visit the park.

Dedicated in 2007, Carlisle Center Park replaced the small park area that the town of Carlisle and the Department of Public Works had developed after the purchase of the .6-acre parcel in 1974. See what a difference ten years of attentive care with landscaping, upkeep, maintenance, and a garden design have made.

Enjoy a quiet respite as you sit alone or with friends and family on one of Center Park’s benches. Listen to the birdsong, enjoy the sunshine and cool breezes, and let yourself succumb to the charm, peace, and harmonious beauty of Center Park.

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Summer 2016 has arrived in Carlisle Center Park! This season marks the park’s ninth year of providing a multitude of glorious blossoms that visitors have come to expect.

Peace and beauty abound in the new and established plantings in the flowerbeds around the lawn. Visitors will also note many special-interest plants throughout the park, including 72 hay-scented ferns near the back stone wall.

Carlisle Center Park offers four generously laid out seating areas ideal for relaxing and enjoying the harmonious design, quiet beauty, and gentle setting of this greenspace.

Near the teak benches in the center bed several knockout rose bushes are blooming, along with dozen Weigela displaying maroon flowers, and Baptisia, with delicate blue blossoms.

Mid-season royal purple clematis is in bloom along with Catmint/Nepeta and Astilbe.

A new climbing hydrangea has settled on three trellis panels  The complete plant listing is at the website: carlislecenterpark.org, including a variety of hosta and Solomon’s Seal that are spreading throughout the park’s 45-foot island.

Tim Malone, groundskeeper, enjoys meeting all who stop by for a visit while he expertly tends to the park, located on more than half an acre of Carlisle town property, at 42 Lowell Street.  For more information, or to give us feedback, ideas, and inspiration, please contact us at centerparkincarlislema@gmail.com.

Carlisle Town Board of Selectmen

On April 12, 2016, the Carlisle Board of Selectmen appointed three members, Gretchen Anderegg, Giovanna DiNicola, and Edith Pendock, to the Carlisle Center Park Standing Committee. The committee formulates and promotes the affairs of the park, as described in the following Statement, which was unanimously adopted by the Board of Selectmen on November 10, 2015. Please take a moment to read about the mission, vision, purpose, and goals and objectives of the park’s Standing Committee.

Carlisle Center Park Standing Committee

Mission Statement
Carlisle Center Park is a scenic landmark and place of retreat in Carlisle, MA. It was created to preserve and maintain in perpetuity an open public space designed for the use and enjoyment of its residents, their families, friends, and visitors.

The Center Park Standing Committee aims to foster a sense of community engagement with the park that contributes to the social, environmental, and economic fabric of the town of Carlisle.

The Center Park Standing Committee will provide general oversight of the park. The Committee will seek to maintain the quality and character of the space in order to ensure its continued enjoyment by future generations.

Goals and objectives
The Center Park Standing Committee—comprising five to seven residents appointed by the Town’s Selectmen—is committed to the continued support and beautification of Center Park. This will be accomplished through fundraising and potentially timely recommendations to the Board of Selectmen for additional funds to maintain and improve the park to be included during the standard annual budget cycle.

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Carlisle Center Park Update

Learn more about Center Park:

Center Park video links:

Read about Center Park in the Carlisle Mosquito:

Prior Center Park web posts:

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