Friday, September 4th 7:00 – 11:00 p.m.
Dance and Karaoke Music for the young and young in heart of the lake. Concession stand will be open for all your favorite goodies.
Saturday, Sept 5th 8:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.
Adult Fishing Derby. Location: Dam (All boats must have current LLPOA stickers) Ages-17 and up consisting of teams of 2 Please Bring a fishing basket so we can do a creel count! (No Minnows allowed…EVER!!!) Cost is $5.00 per person for pre-registration. To sign up please contact Juli at 309-558-9000. BRAGGING RIGHTS & TROPHY FOR- Biggest fish- length & weight, most fish, smallest & most unique catch of the day!
Saturday, Sept 5th @ the Pear St. Pavilion. 11:00 am – 1:00 pm
MINI GOLF TOURNAMENT ADULT/CHILD TEAM
Saturday, September 5th 6:00 – 9:00 p.m.
VENETIAN BOAT PARADE AND MEMORIAL In remembrance of loved ones, the Kid’s Club will be holding a lake wide memorial to be held in conjunction with the Venetian Boat Parade. Both Chinese Lanterns and floats will be available for purchase at the Beach Pavilion. All lanterns and floats will be released from the beach after the Venetian Boat Parade and moment of silence, (approximately 8:30 p.m.) Come down and join us in honoring loved ones who have passed. Everyone is invited to participate.
Saturday, September 5th 9:00 p.m.
Color Walk starting in Carla’s backyard 21508 Pleasant Dr. $20 entry fee please let Carla know before August 28th shirt sizes so she can order shirts. We will be walking the same illuminated route as last year with a pot-luck get together at the Pair Street Pavilion. Come join in a for a great evening walk after the Venetian Boat Parade. Hosted by Carla Marshall-Steiert.
Sunday, September 6th 2:00 – 6:00 p.m.
Come join the Captn’s for a fun filled Sunday with live music, games and prizes at our Daisy Beach Complex. Many improvements have been made in the last two years due to the overwhelming generosity of our members. The Captn’s have only one item left, on their wish list, a new upper wall and improved parking. The new pavilion is electrified, a new swim dock and ropes are in place, the lower wall, steps and railing have been completed. By the number of people using the beach this year, I believe the Captn’s and all who help should be very proud of what they’ve accomplished.