Taste of Culver fest June 14
The 2014 Taste of Culver will be held Saturday, June 14 from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. Downtown Jefferson Street will be closed to traffic as the food booths line the street, spilling over into Heritage Park, where tree shaded tables and chairs will allow participants to enjoy a variety of foods and the melodious sounds of Ken Arnsbarger’s steel drums.
This year's event will also include the grand opening of the new Culver and Lake Maxinkuckee Visitor Center at 102 W. Jefferson St. Suite A (in the southwest wing of the First Farmers Bank building, facing Jefferson Street), and the Culver and Lake Maxinkuckee Museum of History (formerly the Center for Culver History) at 102 W. Jefferson St. Suite B (adjacent to the Visitor Center).
The grand opening and ribbon cutting will begin at 1 p.m.
The Culver Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring the event again this year as it has in the past, when it has brought over 400 people to the downtown area.
A diversity of food offerings will include, pizza, polish sausage, mini burgers, chicken wings, sushi, cajun specialties, shaved ice, cookies, fresh fruit cups and hot dogs, to name a few choices off the menus of Culver’s unique restaurants.
Attendees may also browse Culver’s quaint shops, walk down to the shores of beautiful Lake Maxinkuckee, and stop in at the Farmer’s Market for home-grown items, all are within a block of the event.
Those with questions may call Patty Stallings at 574- 842-2118 (cell 219-765-0702) or email patty.k.stallings@ gmail.com.