Entertainment and Events
New Pool Complex is Open and Heated!!!
Salt Water Cowboys March 2nd 7-11pm
We now have Budweiser, Heineken, Michelob, Stella Artois
and other 5% alcoholic products available for sale in the lodge!
We have free Wi-Fi in the lodge!
Every Saturday night at 7:00 pm Clarance Grayson "Karaoke in the Country" will be our entertainer. Please come sing or listen to your friends.
We have Triva on Saturday night and the winner's were the
"Big Bad 5" 2/2
" Stokens" 2/9
"Angry Elves" 2/16
"Roving Rovers" 2/23
Stephanie's Birthday, Tingle Wingles and Kayak Life
have tied for the record number of correct answers.
19 out of 20!!!
They won a large Sampler Plate from the Cookin' Shack for being so smart.
On the Saturday March 2nd and March 30th the "Saltwater Cowboys" will be playing. The cowboy's play just about anything from country to rock and roll. We have an area for dancing too. Come and join in the fun. To learn more about the band here is a link to their web page.
We have added Bingo to Friday Night!!! We play for tootsie pops from 7-8pm.
Every Friday night Grandma Susie will be leading a campfire sing-a-long. Fun for the kids and kids at heart. Bring your guitar or whatever you play and join in. When it is too hot, too cold or rainy we will have the sing-a-long inside the lodge. 8-9pm.
All of the entertainment is free of charge. So come on down and join us.
We hosted a Paddle for Autism on Saturday, April 28th 2012. We helped raise just under $3,200. Great Job to everyone who came out and helped us with this event. The funds will help the local families who have children with Autism. This years Paddle for Autism will be bigger and better and we hope to raise more than last year.
Annual Poker Run September 15th Fundraiser for the Lafayette Historical Society.
Mean Mary was the featured intertainer for the Paddle for Autism event. Visit her web site at www.meanmary.com
The Golden Egg winner was Ahmahni.
On Memorial Weekend 2011, Troy Smith, a boy scout with troop 535, built and installed 5 duck nesting boxes on our property. This was a project for his Eagle Scout requirement.