The Mary Alice Warren Community Center was named the Mary Alice Warren Community Center after Lewisville resident Mary Alice Warren, who donated the 15-acre site on which the community center was built. The community center is located on Lewisville-Clemmons Road next to Jack Warren Park, a 15-acre multi-use park also donated to the Town by Mary Alice Warren that opened in 2010.
The 12,000 square-foot center includes a multi-purpose conference room that can accommodate approximately 240 people or be divided into three smaller conference room areas. The multi-purpose room will be great for a classroom set up or for a meal set-up, events, receptions, parties and more. In addition, the facility is equipped with a catering kitchen off of the multi-purpose room adding to the versatility of the new community center.
The building includes an arts and crafts room, a small conference room, a large atrium area with a fireplace and a covered porch with an outdoor fireplace facing the wooded landscape. In addition, the new facility includes a large covered patio.
All of the rooms at the center are equipped with large LED video screens featuring a movie quality drop-down screen and projector in the larger multi-purpose room.