When? This Friday!
The Carver Black Sox formally invite all of you interested in playing
bingo and having fun to come to the Village Hall on Friday, November 18th
at 7 PM. You can play bingo until 11 PM. There will be food and beverages
served. There will be a meat raffle, as well. So be sure to mark on your
calendars, November 18th, and plan on coming to The Carver Black Sox
Turkey and Ham Bingo !! It’s fun for all ages !!! All funds raised will
be going towards bettering the baseball field at Carver Community Park.
Where: Chanhassen High School, 2200 Lyman Blvd, Chanhassen.
When: 7:30pm Dec. 2,3,8,9,10 and 2:00pm Dec. 4, 10, 11.
Ticket prices: Adults: $15.00, 17 and under $10.00.
Adapted from the holiday classic of the same name, Irving Berlin’s “White Christmas – the Musical” is a story, not only about how boy meets girl, but about the loyalty and love that exists among members of the Armed Forces during times of war and times of peace. The dazzling score features well known standards including Blue Skies, I Love A Piano, How Deep Is the Ocean and the perennial favorite, White Christmas. Start your holiday season with Chaska Valley Family Theatre and “White Christmas – the Musical.”
For tickets and more information go to www.cvft.org or phone 952-250-7206.
photo: Judy (Theresa Stecker) Betty (Emily Jansen) sing “Sisters” in CVFT’s production of “White Christmas – the Musical.”
Annual Carver Senior Citizens Luncheon
December 14 2011
Carver Village Hall – Downstairs
You are invited to the Annual Senior Lunch sponsored by the Carver Lions.
Social at 11:30 AM – Lunch at 12 PM
After lunch we will have time to socialize, have drawings for prizes and
play some cards or dominoes, if you wish to stay for that.
You must call for a reservation, so we know that you will be there.
Call Lee Ostlie at 952.448.4783
Reservations are due by December 10th
If you need a ride that day, please tell Lee when you call for your reservation,.
John von Walter has updated the Carver Historic District document for 2011.
The first part of Carver Historic District provides an introduction to the history of the area, and then the remainder takes a look at the history of each building and site individually. Please take a look at this and send any feedback to John on Facebook.