The Culver Parks Department will be installing six new bike racks around Culver, thanks to MACOG’s 2019 Bicycle Parking Improvement Project.Continue reading
Crews working on the renovation effort at the Culver Beach Lodge are racing Mother Nature in order to get outdoor work done before the winter season.Continue reading
An issue with refunding pier slip reservations will be considered when budget talks are conducted in the next few weeks by the Culver Town Council.Continue reading
Plans for next month’s WinterFest were presented to the Culver Town Council last week. Organizer Tony Sellers said the event will be held February 8 through 10, and many of last year’s attractions will be returning. “Last year, we added on the ice fights and the beer garden, which went really well,” he said. “The ice fights – it was a huge success. We were seeing a lot of seasonal residents back in town that weekend, was what we really noticed, which was good.”Continue reading
The dates for two summer-time concerts were confirmed by Culver Town Council members when they met for their final meeting of the year.Continue reading
Over the next three months, community members can look forward to ‘Snow Days’ in the Town of Culver.
Culver Park Superintendent Amber Cowell discussed this collaborative effort with the Farmers’ Market and the Culver and Lake Maxinkuckee Visitor Center when town council members met last Thursday.Continue reading
The Maxinkuckee Yacht Club will be able to continue its kids’ sailing lessons at the Culver Beach, but further contract negotiations are expected in the coming months. The town council last week voted to extend its current agreement with the yacht club through the end of January. For the past four summers, the group has been using the beach to host Saturday morning sailing lessons, along with four-day sailing camps.
Culver Park Superintendent Amber Cowell presented a rough draft of a revised facility rental fee guide to the Culver Town Council members last week to include the newly built Damore Amphitheater in the Culver-Union Township Park.
Culver’s new Park Superintendent has been busy preparing the park and beach for the summer season.
Park Superintendent Amber Cowell attended her first town council meeting Tuesday night. In her report, she announced that the beach will be opening this Saturday. In conjunction with opening day of the beach, an open house to welcome Amber to her new position is being held at Culver Beach Lodge. Continue reading