It is the many behind-the-scenes Woman's Club volunteers who come together to make the Independence Day Parade, the Halloween Parade, the Easter Egg Hunt, and the charity fundraiser events memorable for Lake Barcroft families and their friends every year.

Lake Barcroft Events

for ⁠2023-2024

Easter Egg Hunt

Saturday, April 8, 2023, 11 a.m. at Beach 5

Charity Fundraiser, TBA 

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Event updates will be posted below, announced on LakeLink, LB Facebook Page and in the Lake Barcroft Newsletter.


Saturday, April 8, 2023, 11 a.m. at Beach 5


Bring your children, grandchildren, nieces, and nephews -- 6 months to 12 years old -- and their own basket to hunt for colorful Easter eggs on Saturday, April 8 at Beach 5 at 10:45 a.m.

Don’t be late . . . 11 a.m. is the official start of the Easter Egg Hunt. It’s a fast hunt – 15 minutes or less.

⁠LBWC Community Events Chair Jeannie Meyer and her team will have THOUSANDS of jellybean-filled plastic eggs hidden at Beach 5. The beach and surrounding area will be divided into four sections for different age groups.

  • ⁠One section will be for ages 6 months up to 3 years. Each child in this section may have one parent accompany the child to help.
  • The second section will be for ages 4 and 5 who may also have one parent accompany them to help.
  • The third section will be for ages 6 and 7 who are on their own (parents may accompany them, but please, no help in locating the eggs).
  • The fourth section will be an area for ages 8 to 12 (no parental help).

There also will be club members (Bunny helpers) to help guide you with your child to the appropriate section to hunt for eggs and to make sure that every child finds several eggs.

Sponsored by the Woman's Club, the Easter Egg Hunt is a fun community tradition with a visit from the Easter Bunny! We hope to see you there.

Sorry, no dogs as there are too many small children and too many plastic eggs.

46th Annual Halloween Parade was a Blast!!!

Hundreds of Lake Barcroft kids (ages 0-99) in wonderful costumes filled Waterway Drive in a festive march from Beach 5 to Beach 3, with an ambulance and the Justice High School marching band leading the way. Afterward, everyone hung out on Beach 3 and savored the brilliant fall afternoon, cookies, lemonade/water, the playground, the beach, and the lively band music.

Music for all!

Justice HS Marching Band

Thanks to Larry Golfer for all photos!

Halloween parade marchers!

Fun for all!!

THANKS A MILLION to parade founder JEANNIE MEYER and her Community Events co-chair ELIANA TURINA for all they do to make this beloved annual tradition happen.  We’d also like to thank the Justice HS marching band, the BXVFD, and the fabulous ladies listed below who baked or bought hundreds of cookies for all to enjoy and/or helped host the party at Beach 3.

⁠Delicious cookies and amazing volunteers!

Adrian Farley, Aileen Pisciotta, Ashleigh White, Beatriz Urdinea, Carol Tether, Cathy Williams, Charlotte Flounders, Diane Kilbourne, Donna Sanger, Dottie Bennett, Ellen Haberlein, Eleanor Tyler, Heidi Bonnaffon, Ilona Sezmo, Jackie Browne, Jan Rasgus, Jenny Alvarez, Joan Fisher, Joanne Wagner, Joyce Grand, Karen Ackerman, Kari Kelley, Kathy Utgoff, Leann Obermeier, Linda Winger, Louise Ziebell, Meredith Voss, Merri Brown, Millie Schreiber, Tori Martinson, Wanda Martinson, and Wendy Diliberti.