Carver Old Home Day
~ A Family Tradition since 1901 ~

 


2021 Carver Old Home Day Program- Click HERE 

The 25th Annual Horseshoe Tournament was played in honor of its founder the late

Dana Thomas. Winning teams

were 1st place Steve Kane and

Brandon Kingston, 2nd place

Susan Raposa and Brendon McNeil

and 3rd place Dale McNeil and Glenn Morrison.


The 5th Annual Carver Old Home Day 5 miler takes off from Shurtleff Park at 8:00 am. Here are the winners!  Click HERE!


Fred Weston Memorial Fun Run for children 10 and under at 7:30 am.  Here are some race photos!


Children had a great time decorating their bikes and doll carriages and getting into character for the parade through the park.

     The winners for ages 0-4 were 1st place Luke Garnett (football player), 2nd place Connor Dauplaise (Dino Shopper) and 3rd place Thomas Townsend (policeman).

     Ages 5 and 6 winners were 1st place Darcie Delano (baby Yoda), 2nd place Page Voss (L.O.L.) and. 3rd place Penelope Townsend (Miss Owl).

     The final age group was 7 and up and 1st place was won by Kaelyn Modder (Cotton Candy Queen), 2nd place Dexter Delano (box monster), 3rd place Edith Reheymer (star cycle), 4th place Desmond Delano (pirate) and 5th place Greta Voss (unicorn). Every entrant left with a prize and good memories.

Rockwall, Petting Zoo, Face Painting, and and Sand Art in the Children's Corner!



The Old Home Day Car Show and Cruise 

It  was a perfect day for the classic car show and cruise through the town. Trophies were awarded for 1st place to David Caruso and his 1959 Chevy Corvette, 2nd place to Joe McDonald and his 1972 Buick Gran Sport and 3rd place to Steve Wood and his 1969 Chevy Nova. The Old Home Day Association Choice award went to Dave Robertson and his 1927 Willys-Overland and the People’s Choice award went to Van Johnson with his 1953 Pirsch fire truck.


Music will be provided by the Legion "Bud" Band and The Acoustic Whiskey Burn.


Local Crafters and Artists will be here selling their wares. We have a wide range of offerings, be sure to stop by and check it out!


Having waited two years for the traditional New England clambake, many were counting the minutes until tarp was pulled and the clambake was served. Over 450 were served and agreed that it was worth the wait. Bakemaster Bill Garnett and his workers put on a delicious meal that was much appreciated.