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CLACC Calendar

Wondering what's going on at CLACC? This calendar shows our short-term rental availability.

Short-term rentals include our dining room, kitchen and event center.


Bookings are noted on the calendar below. If a room is not shown as booked, it may be available. We recommend contacting us for the most updated booking information.


For more information and rental rates, please visit our short-term rental rates page.


Activity Hub

The Clear Lake Area Community Center serves as a hub for the local community and the greater northland area, which is largely rural. The Community Center and its tenants offer a wide range of programs and services for all ages. Additionally, tourism is thriving with people coming from various locations to partake in the beauty and serenity of the area.


Direct Services

For example, we provide direct services such as recreational activities for local hobbyists, clubs and groups, nonprofit events such as Clear Lake Firefighter’s fundraisers, veterans banquets, church youth lock-ins, as well as providing the Girl Scouts and Cub Scouts with a meeting room at no cost. Likewise, private event space for wedding receptions, family reunions, class reunions, company retreats, and birthday parties is available. We also directly support our small business tenants with marketing and promotional assistance, mentoring, and affordable rents. Finally, we have a low-cost thrift store which offers reasonably priced clothing, housewares, furniture, books, and toys.


Community Liaisons

Additionally, the Community Center works through intermediaries such as veterans service organizations, the Lions Club, social service humanitarian organizations addressing food insecurities, e.g., Lifeline Food Pantry, and a student backpack food program. There are seven tenants who provide health, well-being and cultural opportunities for all age groups; this includes a counseling center, recovery groups, ballet academy, dance studio, community theater, gymnastic complex and a fitness center. Youth development extends not only from the Girl Scouts and Cub Scouts, but also from community theater, a dance studio, ballet and gymnastics. Add to that education, cultural, and spiritual growth through our close work with local schools, six local churches and our tenant, Child Evangelism Fellowship. An additional 15 small businesses call the Community Center home, providing goods and services to the community.


Makers and Growers

Throughout the winter, we host an Indoor Winter Maker’s Market with more than 50 growers and artisans, covering a 130-mile radius, sharing their unique wares with shoppers who travel from near and far. 


Social Well-Being

All of our services, direct and through intermediaries, aim to promote social interaction, physical well-being, as well as personal and professional growth. Through its diverse offerings, the Clear Lake Area Community Center caters to a wide audience, including children, teens, adults, and seniors. Families can benefit from programs designed to strengthen bonds and create lasting memories, while individuals can find opportunities for personal development and social engagement. This stimulates a sense of belonging, ownership, and connection among our community.

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