A Community Gathering Place
Monday - Friday 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Saturday 10 a.m. - 1 p.m.​​


Professional Services and Individuals

Accounting Services, – Thomas Arrison, CPA, MBA (www.arrison.com) of Littleton and Connie Keeran Lapres (CPA, MBA), of Groton have worked with non-profit boards Indian Hill Music Center and Nashua River Water Association. Their professional services have been essential to our financial operation.

David E. Ross Associates, Ayer, MA - David Ross, Dan Wolfe and Jesse Johnson, civil engineers worked extensively with us to create a successful drainage system and site plan. www.davideross.com

Design Services, Berlin, MA - Keith Carville, Art Director of Strategic Creative, created the design for our website, the “Buy a Brick” brochure and our “19 Carter” logo. His participation in this project has been key to capturing our essence in graphic images.

Maugel Architects, Inc. Harvard MA - Dan Barton, principal. Specializes in historic church restoration. Recently completed restorations of two 19th century churches in Massachusetts of similar Victorian gothic architectural style. Chair of Historic Districts Commission in Groton, MA.  Has been working with us since 2010. www.maugel.com

Paul Mikelk, Berlin, MA – Paul joined the team in the spring of 2013 as a volunteer managing day-to-day renovation work. He brings his professional expertise as a Construction Supervisor and his extensive background in hands-on historic renovation, landscape design and stonework.

Martin Miller Photograher, Berlin, MA – Martin has documented our project with fabulous photographs from the project’s inception throughout the building’s renovation and into its use as a public space. He has generously given us the use of his photographs for our project documentation and for all of our marketing and fundraising materials, both in print and online. www.martinmillerphotos.com.

Kevin Pond, Berlin, MA – Kevin has a background in lumber and building supplies. He has been involved from the very beginning, and enthusiastically assists us whenever renovation advice and resources or an extra pair of hands is needed.

Mary Redington, Berlin, MA – Mary, formerly a partner in a major ad agency in Boston, took on this project with enthusiasm and created all of our professional marketing materials, chronicled our progress through “The Workbench” blog online and volunteered whenever asked to do whatever needed doing

Felice Katz, Shrewsbury MA - Owner of Grahics to Go, Felice currently contributes design services for a variety of graphic needs at 19 Carter including flyers, posters, and fundraising materials. Her work provides impact and polish to much of our communications. Prior to opening her own business she spent a decade at various Boston advertising agencies.


Squaw Hollow Restoration Inc. Wales, MA Tim Wohlhueter specializes in the restoration of 17th – 19th century houses and barns; expertly repaired post and beam structure damaged by leaking tower in our first year of renovation 2011 and supervised lifting and lowering of this historic structure onto new foundation 2012.

Skip Sawyer and Sons,
Berlin, MA – Skip Sawyer spent many long hours on-site moving earth and installing the extensive drainage system, which worked flawlessly this spring when record-breaking snows melted.

Doerr Construction
, Berlin, MA – Tom Doerr constructed an addition to the rear of the building and did the interior finish work in the lower level, working with architect Dan Barton to realize these beautiful new spaces which complement the historic structure and provide the stairway, handicapped access and bathrooms required for public use.

JPG Construction, Marlborough, MA – John Guerard and his crew poured and polished the concrete floor on the Lower Level. They also worked with Paul Mikelk to create the beautiful stone and brick walkway leading from the Public Library to the Lower Level and will reface the foundation with veneer brick in our final renovation phase.

R.A. Plumbing & Heating, Berlin MA – Al Roseberry installed all plumbing in the building, as well as propane connections for the converted and restored 1918 potbelly stove which will serve as the primary heating source on the main floor.

R.J. Marshall Electric, Berlin, MA – Rick Marshall helped to design and installed all electric systems throughout the building and the radiant heating system in the lower level.

Project Team