When:  Saturday, January 11, 2020

Where: Augusta Lion’s Hall, downtown Augusta

Time:  Social Hour:  5:00 – 6:30pm  --  Dinner:  6:30pm  -- Short Program/Prizes: 7:30pm

Cost:  $20 per person, payable at the event

Our next scheduled fish crib building and installation date is set for Saturday, September 14th at the North boat landing at 8 am.


We need workers - Bring work gloves, work boots, a good hat, some tools if you have them. Bring a life jacket if you want to go out on one of the two pontoons to push cribs into the water, but this work is heavy lifting. Helpers who go out on the pontoons need to sign a waiver before they go.

We need branches - Do you plan to cut some pine branches or hardwood branches soon? Well, we need them. We take all kinds but prefer 1 to 2-inch diameter branches 6 to 8 feet long. Instead of burning them, just drop them off at the northeast corner of the North Boat Landing before Sept. 14th.

If you can help, please contact us here

Thank you to all of the volunteers & organizers!

Happy Friday!

This is the weekend of the Friends of Lake Eau Claire Annual Picnic and Meeting! I’m hoping this is our best attended picnic yet! Below is the information and the meeting agenda. I’m also excited to mention that Tom Mayer, the Lake Eau Claire Dam Manager, will be speaking/doing a question and answer session at the end of the meeting. I receive a lot of questions about high water so this is the time to ask your questions!

If you have new neighbors, invite them to the picnic! I hope to see you there.

WHAT: Friends of Lake Eau Claire Annual Meeting & Picnic

WHERE: Lake Eau Claire County Park/Clubhouse on SD

WHEN: Saturday, August 17th – 4PM Social Hour and 5PM Dinner/Meeting

COST: $10 Adults and $5 for Children ages 5-12

FREE BEER: Donated by Pam & Todd Hanson

MENU: Pulled pork, Potato Salad, Fruit, Ice Cream, Water, Pop, Beer

Lake Eau Claire Association Annual Meeting


August 17, 2019

  1. Call to order
  2. Review and approval of minutes from August 18, 2018 annual meeting
  3. Review and approval of Treasurer’s Report
  4. Review of annual audit of financials
  5. Introduction to the current 2018-2019 board of director members (12)
  6. President’s Report
  7. President’s Award
  8. Bylaw revision, discussion, vote
  9. Election of new board of director members –
  10. Speaker – Question/Answer session by Tom Mayer, Lake Eau Claire Dam Manager
  11. Other Business:
  1. Adjourn

The Lake Eau Claire Association is now on Facebook.

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To stay up-to-date on what’s happening at or around Lake Eau Claire, “Like” their Facebook page.

Department of Natural Resources (DNR) approves Lake Eau Claire to clean out sand traps

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Lake Eau Claire Emergency Warning Siren...coming soon

The impact of severe weather on residents, businesses, and visitors of Lake Eau Claire has become increasingly noticeable. As the use of the lake and surrounding water shed increases, so does the demand for safety. The Lake Eau Claire area was recently described as a “dead spot” for emergency warning systems in Eau Claire County.