Carver-on-the-Minnesota, Inc. invites the public to
attend a narrated slide presentation on the history of
Carver. The event will be held at the Church-by-the-
River at 109 Main Street East in downtown Carver and
is free, with refreshments provided.
The presentation will begin promtly at 7:00 p.m. on
Thursday, November 3, 2011. Space is limited, so
seating will be on a first come, first served basis.
Carver-on-the-Minnesota, Inc. is a nonprofit
organization dedicated to the enhancement of Carver
and its surrounding areas.
“We are anticipating completion of the removal of the last of the steel deck plat girder spans sometime next week,” wrote Terry Peterson with Omaha Track Material – the outfit handling the project. “Once that is complete, we will begin preparation for the demolition of the six concrete piers.”
Carver’s river crossing was originally built in 1871 by the Minneapolis and St. Louis Railway (M&St.L). The railroad bested steamboats in the area by allowing for travel year round, including when the river levels were too low or the water frozen. It also allowed for important connections between Minneapolis and St. Paul to points west and south.
Read more: Chaska Herald – Bye bye bridge
The 16th Annual Chili Feed by the Carver 2nd Alarm are planning to serve
between 11 Am and 5 PM. A meat raffle and silent auction will also be
held. All you can eat, chili, French Bread and Homemade Bars, Cookies and
Desserts. Advance tickets are available for $5.00 or $7.00 at the door.
Proceeds will benefit children with special needs surgery through the
Smile Network. Advance tickets can be purchased from Second Alarm members
or contact John Lenzen at 952.448.2850 or Barb Swanson at 942.448.2830.
You can enjoy the delicions chii on October 23rd …be sure to come and
have fun and a good meal….
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For the last year I’ve been hosting Carver Current out of a server in my home. This has been convenient and worked well for the most part.
Recently I migrated to a different server in my house, and since then, I’ve had about 5 days of downtime and significantly slower response times.
In order to increase speed and reliability, I have migrated the site again to a virtual server in a data center. Hopefully this will really improve things for everyone. Thanks for reading!
Like to play bingo? How about forty games of bingo? When???? You ask.
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’s a meat raffle, as well. So be sure to mark on your calendars, November 18th, and plan on going to The Carver Black Sox Turkey and Ham Bingo!! It’s fun for all ages!!!
Carver County News & Highlights has been updated with information regarding a road closure on 9/16 & 9/17:
- Flying Cloud Drive (CSAH 61) from Stoughton Ave. to Hwy. 101
Please visit the site for details.