Below is a calendar of events that we anticipate will take place in the upcoming 2016 season. Many dates are still to be determined, but will be posted as soon as they become available.

The Copake Lake Community is very active during the Summer months with various community activities and fundraising events. These include monthly meetings of the CLCS, educational and environmental programs, as well family oriented fun and entertainment. Please consider becoming involved by attending and/or volunteering for these activities and events. The success of our organization depends upon the support of our community members!!

For more information on Town of Copake Events or to sign up for the Town Newsletter "Copake Connection", please visit townofcopake.org

* Indicates events that are NOT sponsored by CLCS, but may be of interest to our members.

Saturday, May TBD

9 AM  CLCS Board of Trustees Meeting
The Greens Restaurant

Saturday, May 21 
8 AM - 4 PM  New York State Safe Boating Course
Copake Town Hall
This comprehensive course teaches fundamentals of safe boating operation, and is held at the Copake Town Hall. There is no fee for this course. Participants will receive a New York State safety certificate upon successful completion. To register, please call Joyce Craw at 914-474-3786 and leave a message; or email her at craw311@aol.com. Space is limited.

Saturday, May 21
9 AM - Noon
Town of Copake Clean-Up Day*

The Town of Copake hosts an annual clean-up day every spring at the Town Garage, 44 School Road (off Rt 22 by the old Roe-Jan School). Residents are permitted to dispose of unwanted household items such as broken lawn chairs, mattresses, tires, etc. Household garbage or hazardous waste are NOT permitted. New restrictions this year include a maximum limit of four tires, and no construction or demolition debris. For more information, 

Milfoil and Pondweed Treatment
Restricted use of the Lake for 24 hours

Saturday, June 25
9 AM - Noon
Annual CLCS Shoreline Clean-Up Day

Join your neighbors in this annual effort to remove debris that has accumulated over the winter months in and around the lake. CLCS committee members will be at the corner of Route 7 and Lakeview Road, where there will be a dumpster. Lake neighbors are asked to remove debris from the lake and shoreline. You can then either bring it to the dumpster or place it along the lake side of the road. Volunteers will remove and dispose of the debris. The dumpster is for lake debris only, no household trash please. Please plan to participate in this worthwhile event.

Saturday, June TBD
9 AM CLCS Board of Trustees Meeting
The Greens Restaurant

Monday, July 4
1 PM Annual Boat Parade*
Starting at Southwest Colony, the always popular boat parade features watercraft of all types taking a slow tour around the lake to the delight of participants and shoreline onlookers. Afterwards, all can gather at the Lighthouse. Decorate your boat or watercraft to compete for the coveted award of having your name engraved on the silver trophy!

Saturday, July 9
10 AM -12 Noon (refreshments served beginning at 9:30 am)
CLCS Annual Meeting and Open House
Copake Town Hall; 230 Mountain View Road
Open to all CLCS members and anyone interested in learning more about our organization, the annual meeting provides an opportunity to get involved and stay up to date on lake related issues. Trustees are elected at this time, refreshments are served, and CLCS merchandise is available for purchase. Remember, your membership must be paid for the current year in order for you to vote.

Saturday, July 9
6:30 PM  CLCS Summer Bash
The Greens Restaurant
Please join us for a lively evening of cocktails, dinner, dancing, at our thirteenth annual Summer Bash. 

Saturday, August TBD
9 AM  CLCS Board of Trustees Meeting
The Greens Restaurant

August TBD
Copper Sulfate Treatment of Copake Lake
Tentatively scheduled if needed. No use of lake for 24 hours after treatment.

Saturday, August TBD
9 AM Copake Town Board Meeting*
Once a year, the Town of Copake schedules a Board meeting on a Saturday so that weekend residents can attend. For more information on Town of Copake meetings and events, or to subscribe to the Town e-newsletter "Copake Connection", visit townofcopake.org 

Saturday, August 20
*Please note that the date published in the Fall 2015 Newsletter (8/27) is incorrect. The correct date is 8/20
9:30 PM  Fireworks at Copake Country Club*
A spectacular fireworks display that has become an annual tradition. Board your watercraft, relax on your dock, or come to the Greens to enjoy the show. This event is organized by Denise Chickery and made possible by community donations.

Saturday, September TBD
9 AM  CLCS Board of Trustees Meeting
The Greens Restaurant

Sunday, September 4
11 AM  CLCS Labor Day Raffle Drawing
Tickets are available throughout the season for a chance to win a $1000 grand prize. Other fabulous prizes are donated each year by local businesses and organizations. For tickets, contact Debbie Ruggieri by phone at 518-325-4747 or by email copakeelakee@verizon.net or contact any Board Member. 

Saturday, October TBD
Lake Management Planning Meeting

Saturday, September TBD
Roe-Jan Ramble Bike Ride*
This ride will go through Copake, Hillsdale, & Ancram. Proceeds will benefit the expansion of the Rail Trail.

November TBD
Finance Committee Meeting

CLCS Shoreline Clean Up 2014

Cherie Berk and Denise Chickery 
CLCS Annual Meeting 2014

Summer Bash 2014

Boat Parade 2014

Summer Bash 2014

Debbie Ruggieri, Lynn Hone, and Colleen Closson
Labor Day Raffle 2014


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