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Lindner Home  |  Timeline  |  Land  |  John Lindner  |  Recreation  | Future Plans | Gallery | Historical Resources   Lindner Park is a 2 acre space which is situated on a rectangular plot[1] , in line with the neighborhood’s design[2].  Lindner Park is in fact, its own neighborhood, though it is the smallest in the town of Carlisle[3].  The park consists of...

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Historical Resources

Historical Resources

History  |  Photo Gallery  |  LeTort Park Home  |  Historical Resources Recreational Activities | Kiwanis Club Donation | Playground | Girl Scout Recognized  | GreenFest  | Mental Health Awareness Week | Trail Markers | Splash Pad | Native Garden | Softball Field   Historical Resources: Carlisle Historical Society Carlisle Parks Department The Sentinel...

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Mental Health Awareness Walk

Mental Health Awareness Walk

History  |  Photo Gallery  |  LeTort Park Home  |  Historical Resources Recreational Activities | Kiwanis Club Donation | Playground | Girl Scout Recognized  | GreenFest  | Mental Health Awareness Week | Trail Markers | Splash Pad | Native Garden | Softball Field  Mental Health Awareness Walk By Rachael Moore On May 1st (year not noted), a mental health awareness...

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Thornwald Park Historical Resources

Thornwald Park Historical Resources

Timeline | Thornwald Estate | Public Ownership| Debate over use | Converted mansion into retirement home | Dedication of Thornwald Park |The amphitheater | The land | Historical Resources|Photo Gallery   “Alternative Learning Program Moved to Homewood Mansion.” The Evening Sentinel, November 21, 1975. BRIEF: REACH! to Perform at Thornwald Park...

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