From Triathlons to Art-Infused wine strolls to Sunday Farmers’ Market, all Roads Lead To Fun In Downtown Clermont.

Caribbean Jerk Festival
June 4 from 12:00 pm – 9:00 pm at Waterfront Park (330 Third Street, Clermont)  Caribbean Jerk Festival is hosted by the Caribbean American Association of Lake County (CAALC). CAALC is a non-profit organization dedicated to bringing awareness to Caribbean culture. We actively give back to our community by providing scholarships to local high school seniors and engage with other organizations that help our underserved population.

“Clash of Champions Sprint Race”

June 5th begins at 7:30 pm. – Lake County Rowing Association (LCRA) is hosting its first “Clash of Champions Sprint Race”. National-caliber medalists will come to Downtown Clermont to compete in this Olympic-style rowing event on a Lake Minneola course from the 8th Street Pier to Waterfront Park.

This competitive event for adults will bring together local Central Florida teams, as well as teams from both of Florida’s coasts; and Clermont, the Choice of Champions, is the perfect location to witness and enjoy the beauty, power, and teamwork of these adults ranging from their 20s to their 70s! 

Downtown Clermont Farmers’ Market

June 5, 12, 19, 26  from 9:00 – 1:00 pm – Farmers Market in Downtown Clermont on Montrose St. Specialty vendors and farm fresh organic produce, seafood, Florida raised local beef, sweets, plants, coffees. teas, soaps, pastas, cheese, breads, crafts, artwork and seasonal gifts make this a great weekly event. Many Downtown Clermont restaurants and businesses will be open.

Pups In the Park

June 11 from 8:30 – 11:30 am. at Lake Hiawatha Preserve (450 12th St.) This FREE event features a Dog Swimsuit Competition at 10 am. and Puppuccino with a cop and Agility Course ongoing. 

Juneteenth Cultural Celebration

June 18 from 4 – 9 pm at Waterfront Park (300 3rd St., Clermont) 


June 25 from 4 – 9 pm in Downtown Clermont on Montrose.


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