Roberds Lake Community
Our Annual Meeting is typically held in early Spring. We are looking at postponing this meeting for 2021 to later Spring (May) or early Summer (June) so that we can host this meeting outdoors - due to Covid concerns with gathering indoors. We will post updates as we finalize a meeting date & location.
Our annual Roadside Cleanup event is scheduled to be held Saturday, April 24th, 2021. This is an opportunity to clean up our neighborhood. Please join us at the Wells Township Hall Parking Lot at 9am, pick the location & area you want to walk and we will give you a vest along with some garbage bags. Please also remember to wash your hands and practice social distancing.
Since the year 2000, The Roberds Lake Club has been organizing the Annual 4th of July Boat Parade.
*With the exception of 2018, due to weather conditions and in 2020, due to the Coronavirus Pandemic.
We are really looking forward to hosting this event again this season, and have some new and exciting details to announce! Click the link below for more info for 2021! COMING SOON!
CHECK OUT ALL THE PICTURES from our 2019, 2018, and 2017 events!! We organize our own Night to Unite and we love bringing our lake community together, especially since last year's event was cancelled due to Covid-19. This year's event will be Tuesday, August 3rd, 2021. It is held at the Wells Township Hall on the same evening as the National Night Out event. This is always an informative evening. The presentation is followed by refreshments provided by The Roberds Lake Club.
In 2021 our picnic will be held on Sunday, August 29th at Roberds Lake Resort. Grills and beverages are provided by the Roberds Lake Resort. Please bring a dish to share and your own meat to grill. This is a great way to enjoy a late summer evening by the Lake and visit with neighbors.
Social Hour will begin at 5pm and Dinner at 6pm.
4th of July Storm 2018
Roberds Lake is a great place for fishing, boating, bird watching, and so much more. We love our lake community and hope that you and your family will enjoy yourselves on this beautiful Minnesota Lake.
Our annual Roberds Lake Club Newsletter was mailed in mid-December. Click here for a digital copy of the 2020 RLC Newsletter.
While we do have many of them, there are several we are missing. Using email saves the Club mailing costs. If you are new on the Lake or have not received email from the Club, or your email has changed please let us know so we can get you added to our email list.
Membership cards were mailed out in mid December. Our yearly dues for Club membership is $25 and is effective January- December 2021.
Becoming a member, volunteering for upcoming events, or making a donation for the treatment of invasive species are some of the ways you can contribute to The Roberds Lake Club. If you are interested in being more involved with the Club activities please email us at: email@example.com
On September 20th, 2018 a tornado hit our little slice of paradise on Roberds Lake. Despite the large amounts of destruction, our lake neighborhood and community came together and showed so much support and kindness to all of us. From picking up trees, cleaning away debris, hauling away branches, delivering food and supplies and more... this community really came together during such a tragic event. We can't thank everyone enough for all of their love and support!
Minnesota Aquatic Invasive Species Research Center and University of Minnesota Extension has opened registration for their next season of the AIS Detectors program. Participants in the AIS Detectors program receive expert training on identifying and reporting AIS as well as base aquatic ecology, prevention, MN rules and regulations training and more. Upon completion of the training, participants are asked to provide 25 hours of annual service in the field of aquatic invasive species. This service can take many forms that we generally categorize as Citizen Science, Stewardship, Outreach/Education, and Program Support. This may include activities specific to your lake or lake area such as monitoring for AIS and local outreach/education. Participants choose what form of service suits them best and are free to create grassroots projects or service. You can find more information at www.aisdetectors.org.