The Town of Lake Clarke Shores will host a "Hurricane Preparedness" meeting to help residents be prepared and self-sufficient during the 2016 Hurricane Season that starts June 1st.
This informational meeting will be held in the Town Council Chambers on Thursday, May 26, 2016, at 6:30 PM.
Residents can address the speakers during a community Q&A session.
Town of Lake Clarke Shores
9th Annual Bass Fishing Tournament
Saturday, April 30, 2016
11TH ANNUAL WATERWAY CLEANUP
SATURDAY, APRIL 23, 2016
8:00 AM - NOON
RESIDENTS OF THE TOWN OF LAKE CLARKE SHORES ARE
INVITED TO ATTEND THE 23RD ANNUAL TOWN BBQ
ON SUNDAY, APRIL 3, 2016
11:00 AM ~ 2:30 PM
2015 HOME HOLIDAY
Judging will occur Thursday, December 10th. Contestants must have their lights on by 6:00 PM.
BEST GARAGE DOOR
BEST NATIVE FLORIDA
JIM & JUDY TACKETT MEMORIAL
CHRISTMAS TREE DECORATING & LIGHTING
Saturday, December 5th
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
After the parade in the morning, come on out to Memorial Park in the evening and enjoy the festivities with your friends and neighbors! Here are the highlights:
KICK OFF THE HOLIDAY SEASON WITH THE
17TH ANNUAL "HOLIDAYS IN PARADISE" PARADE
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5TH
We are looking forward to you joining us in this most festive event! Sit back and watch the parade go by or compete for prizes by entering in the following categories:
NO WALKERS and NO SANTAS
PARADE ROUTE: At 11:00 AM, the parade will begin at Town Hall, 1701 Barbados Road, and head east on Barbados Road to West Lake Drive, and then south on West Lake Drive around Lake Clarke until it reaches Pine Tree Lane. The parade will then head north along Pine Tree Lane, ending on Venetian Way.
LOOP AROUND THE LAKE
Sunday, November 8, 2015
This unique 6K (3.73 miles) race is a scenic run around beautiful Lake Clarke. Entirely on a paved surface, this run is fun for all runners- beginners, advanced, or elite - as well as walkers of all ages. This is a great community event in one of the nicest communities in South Florida. There will also be a Kids 100 yard dash for the little ones.
Why 6K? – The distance around Lake Clarke is more than 5K and we want people to enjoy all the lake has to offer. We’ll mark the 5K point so that you can track your progress on your way to the Finish Line and your own personal record.