MAWCC Mission – To nurture a sense of community belonging by providing facilities, programs, educational classes, activities and events primarily designed to enhance the lives of Lewisville and neighboring area residents and their families.
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.
Contact: Brian Moore
Alcohol is prohibited at the Mary Alice Warren Community Center and only allowed at events being held with prior written approval by the Town of Lewisville.