The spring, 2013 edition of the Culver History Quarterly, the newsletter of the Antiquarian and Historical Society, is online here, as it appeared in the May 9, 2013 edition of The Culver Citizen newspaper. Updates on summer events and exhibits, some great new donations to the museum, and much more!
Attention, Class of 1963! Your Tomahawk yearbook is now online and fully searchable! Researchers can find the yearbook in our Publications Gallery, or by clicking on the thumbnail below in this post. The AHS wishes you all the best during your upcoming Class Reunion!
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Get ready for an exciting evening of Hoagy Carmichael music Saturday, June 8th, at the Culver Academy Legion Building at 7:30 p.m.
The evening features hit song renditions by none other than Hoagy’s son, Randy Carmichael. The younger Carmichael has been delighting audiences for decades, keeping his father’s musical legacy alive. The show takes it’s title from Randy’s 1993 tribute album of the same name.
Hoagy was a Hoosier native noted for his contributions to jazz, Broadway, and Hollywood, and a great number of his songs are considered timeless standards. He was one of the first inductees to the Songwriters Hall of Fame in 1971.
Brought to you by the Antiquarian Historical Society of Culver, Indiana, you can once again become a Major Donor with 4 reserved tickets for $500; a Sponsor for $250 for two tickets; or a Friend for $125 for one ticket. Individual tickets may be purchased for $25 each for members of AHS or $35 for non-members. Please phone, email or stop by the Center for Culver History: 842-2941, ext. 218, firstname.lastname@example.org, and please make checks out to AHS Culver.
The Antiquarian and Historical Society of Culver is a non-profit, 501-C3 organization based in Culver, Indiana, whose mission is to strengthen the bonds of the community through the collection, preservation and interpretation of the natural, historical and cultural heritage of our community, through programs, education, research opportunities and exhibits.