Calendar of Events

Want to learn more about Lake Champlain or get involved with efforts around the lake? LCC offers presentations about various aspects of the lake and its management. We also sponsor or participate in various efforts to increase environmental awareness or make a difference for the lake.  Below is a sample of venues and events. To schedule an event in your area please contact LCC at 802-658-1414 or lcc@[remove this text]  

2014-2015 Watershed for Every Classroom Program

Graphic by CBEI.

Sponsored by LCC and other Champlain Basin Education Initiative (CBEI) partners

The 2014-2015 Watershed for Every Classroom (WEC) program is approaching. WEC is a year-long professional development experience for educators in the Lake Champlain Basin (Vermont, New York and Quebec), brought to you by CBEI. It offers teachers inspiration, knowledge and skills to frame exciting watershed education. Place-based educational workshops will take place in the Adirondacks, northern Lake Champlain basin, and around New York and Vermont.

Click here for a flyer with more 2014-2015 program details

July 19, 2014 - Regatta for Lake Champlain

Hosted by Regatta for Lake Champlain and Rock Point Advisors
Benefiting LCC and other organizations
(802) 658-3023
Register on Regatta for Lake Champlain website

Friday, July 18 - 7:00 PM - Skippers Meeting
Burlington Boathouse, foot of College Street
Join fellow racers on the upper deck for pre-race details.

Saturday, July 18 - 8:00 PM - 11:30 PM - The Sailors' Summer Party
Burlington Boathouse (Age 21 and over, $5 suggested donation)
Enjoy dancing, cash bar, hors d'oeurves.

Saturday, July 19 - 11:30 AM - Regatta for Lake Champlain Pursuit Race
Burlington, Vermont Breakwater
Get out on the water and support great lake-related causes - including the Lake Champlain Committee - by participating in the 2014 Regatta for Lake Champlain! This regatta is not your ordinary day out on the lake; it's a family-friendly benefit sailboat race to promote the health, well-being, sustainable use and stewardship of Lake Champlain.

The Regatta for Lake Champlain, presented by Rock Point Advisors is the most unique race in the region. It is the only race hosted on Burlington’s Waterfront, giving spectators a beautiful view of almost 50 sailboats, usually arriving under spinnakers (the colorful kite-like sail) into the harbor silhouetted against the Adirondack Mountains. As one of only a few certified Clean Regattas on Lake Champlain, all of the event’s organizers and participants commit to a list of environmental best practices to keep our waterways healthy and vital including use of non-toxic cleaning products, recycling, composting, and reducing single-use, disposable containers.

Since 2004 the Regatta has raised over $100,000 for lake causes. Nearly $20,000 has been donated to the Lake Champlain Committee to support our water quality protection and lake access work. 

Fall 2014 - 51st Annual Meeting

We'll gather in Vermont this year. Details to follow closer to the event. For now you can take a look at pictures from our 50th anniversary celebration held at Flat Rock Camp. Thanks to our meeting hosts Peter and Patty Paine, meeting sponsor Champlain National Bank, and all who attended the special day.

Photos from LCC's 50th Party at Flat Rock

LCC Volunteer of the Year Award winner Cliff Landesman at Flat Rock Camp in Willsboro, NY.
Legacy Fund Campaign initiator Cliff Landesman and LCC Volunteer Will Sommerfield at Flat Rock.
LCC Executive Director Lori Fisher, Cliff and LCC Volunteer Laura Smith sample food from the Champlain Valley.
Cliff, LCC Board Member Sandy Montgomery, LCC Volunteer Robyn Leary, LCC Board Member Alan Booth and LCC Member Jennie Booth take a break from welcoming attendees.
Flat Rock Camp in Willsboro, NY.
Lake views at Flat Rock Camp in Willsboro, NY.
Flat Rock Camp in Willsboro, NY.
Attendees enjoy Flat Rock Camp's back porch and lake views.
LCC Volunteers prepare food from Champlain Valley purveyors.
LCC Volunteers prepare food from Champlain Valley purveyors.
Flat Rock Camp in Willsboro, NY.
Flat Rock Camp in Willsboro, NY.
Attendees enjoy perfect weather and views of Vermont from across the lake.
Flat Rock Camp in Willsboro, NY.
Flat Rock Camp in Willsboro, NY.
LCC Volunteer and Blue-green Algae Monitor Boston Neary at Flat Rock Camp.
Attendees (furry friends too) enjoy LCC's 50th Anniversary Annual Meeting.
Attendees celebrate LCC's 50 years of lake work.
LCC Members and volunteers sample Champlain Valley beer and wines.
LCC Members and friends look to Lake Champlain's future.
More than 200 lake supporters in attendance to celebrate LCC's 50 years.
LCC Advisory Council and Founding Member Peter Paine addresses the crowd on LCC's history and achievements over the last 50 years.
LCC Volunteers take a break from preparing and serving food.
LCC Treasurer Sharon Murray reports on LCC's finances over the last year.
Executive Director Lori Fisher addresses attendees on the next 50 years, the issues facing Lake Champlain and how we all can support a healthy lake.
Cliff, LCC Board Chair Gary Kjelleren, Lori and Peter enjoy lake views on Flat Rock's back porch.
Lori and LCC Photography Volunteer Carolyn Bates celebrate Lake Champlain.
Attendees enjoy a variety of delicious desserts at LCC's 50th Anniversary Annual Meeting.
Desserts generously donated by Chef's Corner of Williston/Burlington.
Attendees enjoy LCC's 50th Anniversary Annual Meeting.
Attendees enjoy LCC's 50th Anniversary Annual Meeting.
Attendees enjoy LCC's 50th Anniversary Annual Meeting.
Sharing a laugh at LCC's 50th anniversary.
LCC Members and friends celebrate over desserts and coffee.
Former LCC Board Chair Judy Bond and Peter look to LCC's future.
LCC Staff Scientist Mike Winslow and LCC Blue-green Algae Monitor Al Carpenter talk science at LCC's Annual Meeting.
LCC Board members Mary Van Vleck and Alan Booth, along with Jennie Booth enjoy LCC's Annual Meeting.
Lake supporters listen to Peter Paine's address on LCC's founding.
LCC Members and friends learn ways to take action and support lake health.