About The Stevensville Civic Club
What we do
Stevensville's Creamery Picnic is an event organized by the Stevensville Civic Club. Organized in 1953, the club is a non-profit organization that carries a focus on the people of our community, projects that improve the place we live, and partnerships with our neighbors and community organizations.
Creamery Picnic supports the mission of Civic Club in many ways: Providing an opportunity to celebrate our people and heritage and funding the many projects that the Club takes on annually, many of which happen because of the strong partnerships that Civic Club has built in the community.
Some of those project are listed here:
Host the Annual 4th of July Pignic with our firefighters
Christmas Festival and Parade of Lights First Friday, December
Creamery Picnic, Since 1952
Co-Sponsor with the Town of Stevensville for the Annual Clean-Up Day
Community Support and Funding for:
Grants and Volunteers to Build the River Trail
Benches on Main Street
Commissioned Study of Local Historic Homes
Walkable Communities Project which resulted in extending to River Trail to Highway 93.
Main Street Association
Memorial Trees along the Cutoff Rd. path
New pavilions at Lewis & Clark Park
Established the Creamery Garden Park, now owned by the Town of Stevensville
Years of working with MDT to develop our stretch of Highway 93
Built and maintain the roadside information kiosks on Highway 93
Convinced the Town Council to keep land for a quiet use River Park
$7500 to Bear Mountain Playground
$1000 for the skate park
New Christmas Lights for Main Street as needed
Money for new soccer fields
Total funds raised through the years adds to over $1,000,000 for local projects!
Of course, none of this would be possible without our many volunteers and financial supporters! We owe many thanks to them!