Clubs and Organizations
A non-profit association dedicated to educating the public about the heritage, artifacts, wildlife and environment of the Great AuSable River.
Call for hours or appointment at 989-275-5826
We offer a one on one mentoring program serving children ages 5 – 15. Our office is located at 129 S. Lake Street, inside North Central Area Credit Union. Please call us today for an appointment 989-808-1296.
Camp Westminster provides a setting for summer camps, retreats, mission trips and outdoor summer worship on beautiful Higgins Lake. The summer camp program allows children and youth ages 7 – 17 to develop a sense of responsibility and self-worth in a caring Christian community. One-week day camps and one and two week residential sessions are offered during June, July, and August. Activities include sailing, canoeing, leadership development, hiking, climbing, swimming, crafts and nature.
Westminster by the lake worship June 14 – August 16 at 11:00 am.
Sunday morning worship services open to the public and are held in the camp’s outdoor lakefront chapel.
Camp brochures are available at the Higgins Lake-Roscommon Chamber of Commerce.
Christmas in the Village is held in the Village of Roscommon on the 1st Saturday in December with a community concert, family activities,poker walk, arts and craft show, and evening light parade, after which Santa lights the Christmas Trees.
If you’d like to participate in the always-anticipated LIGHT PARADE:
If you’d like to apply for a booth at the Craft Fair (Space goes QUICK- don’t dawdle!!) 2 Pages:
Mission Statement: To provide financial assistance to Roscommon Area families with children under the age of 25 who are suffering from life limiting, life threatening, terminal illness, injury, and/or disease.
If you are in need, know of someone in need, or can assist the foundation, call 989-275-6014.
We are registered with the Federal government as a 501c3 non-profit organization. All donations are tax exempt.
Our organization is here to meet the community needs, they being educational, cultural, financial, or charitable in support of the Roscommon Area District Library.
We meet the first Tuesday of each month at noon, at Fred’s in Roscommon.
60 acre nature preserve with self-directed walking trails. The trail from the parking lot to the pond is hard surfaced and wheelchair friendly. Nature programs are available to organizations on site; Marguerite’s Cabin is available for meetings year-round. School programs, bird watch walks and nature research is available. Check our website for upcoming programs!