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Legacy Motown Revue Band Concert Set for July 2

The Town hosts the Legacy Motown Revue Band at Shallowford Square from 7 until 9:30 p.m. on Saturday, July 2.

The band pays tribute to the legendary icons of Motown. They will take you back to the days of The Drifters, The Coasters, The Jacksons, Earth Wind & Fire, The Temptations and many more. Featuring incredibly talented singers that dance and sing, plus an amazing six-piece horn band. You will be transported back in time to one of the most influential periods in American Musical History.

The American Legion Post 522 will begin the evening with a special Independence Day tribute. Admission is free! No pets please. Bring a lawn chair and enjoy a must see night of music in the Square.

Wutyasay Food Truck will be on hand with a full dinner and snack menu and Frosty Island tropical shaved ice.

 

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Military Appreciation Concert - "The Embers" featuring Craig Woolard

Join us on Monday, May 30, 2022, Memorial Day from 6-8 p.m. for our annual Military Appreciation Concert featuring the beloved group, "The Embers" - featuring Craig Woolard. 

A presentation of colors will be presented by the American Legion Lewisville Post 522 followed by the National Anthem in honor and rembrance of Memorial Day. 

Admission is free! Delicious eats including hamburgers, hot dogs and more will be offered by the Vienna Civic Club. Bring a lawn chair, your appetite and your dancing shoes. No pets permitted in Shallowford Square. 

Cap off your Memorial Day with an evening of beach music under the stars.

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Starlight Movie Night Postponed to June 10

UPDATE: POSTPONED TO JUNE 10

The Town of Lewisville presents Starlight Movie Night from 8 until 10 p.m. on Friday, May 13 featuring the 1981 film about archaeologist Indiana Jones (Harrison Ford), who in 1936 is sent on a mission to locate the elusive Ark of the Covenant. This action packed classic is Rated PG with a runtime of 115 minutes.

Admission is free! Concessions are available for purchase. Bring a lawn chair or a blanket and enjoy a movie night under the stars at Shallowford Square.

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Starlight Movie Night Postponed Until May 13 Due to Weather

*****Due to inclement weather conditions, tonight's movie, "Raiders of the Lost Ark" has been postponed until next Friday, May 13, 2022.*****

The Town of Lewisville presents Starlight Movie Night from 8 until 10 p.m. on Friday, May 6 featuring the 1981 film about archaeologist Indiana Jones (Harrison Ford), who in 1936 is sent on a mission to locate the elusive Ark of the Covenant. This beloved, action packed classic is Rated PG with a runtime of 115 minutes.

Admission is free! Concessions are available for purchase. Bring a lawn chair or a blanket and enjoy a movie night under the stars at Shallowford Square.

 

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Mary Alice Warren Community Center Open Houses Set for November 16-20

Mary Alice Warren Community Center Rendering

The Town of Lewisville will hold a week of drop-in open house events for the new Mary Alice Warren Community Center from 4 until 7 p.m. on Tuesday through Friday, November 16-19 and from 9 a.m. until 12 p.m. on Saturday, November 20. The new center is located next to Jack Warren Park.

“We are really excited for the community to see our new community center and all it has to offer,” said Mayor Mike Horn. “We hope by hosting multiple opportunities for people to attend will give everyone a chance to come by. We can’t wait to show it off to everyone. It is truly a special place.”  

Mayor Horn said the Town is hosting the week-long drop-in event in an effort to reduce the number of visitors at any one given time as a COVID-19 precaution. Mayor Horn said Town leaders encourage everyone to continue to take precautions by wearing a mask when indoors touring the new center. 

The new 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 new 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. Mayor Horn said 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 an outside covered event porch with an outdoor fireplace facing the wooded landscape. In addition, the new facility includes a large covered patio designed for outdoor events.

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.

Mayor Horn said this project has been a vision of the council and leaders in the community for more than a decade and will serve as a wonderful addition to Town facilities that will bring people together.

“There are so many groups and individuals who have had a hand in creating this facility from the initial design to the plants and shrubs that surround the building,” Mayor Horn said. “This is truly a building designed by the community, for the community of which we can all be proud.”

“It is going to be a great place to bring the community together, very much like what we’ve done with Shallowford Square and Jack Warren Park,” said Mayor Horn.

In addition to area clubs and organizations using the new center, Mayor Horn said the facility will host a variety of educational, recreational and entertainment programs for residents to enjoy each month. 

“We anticipate our residents will use the new community center for private events, including meetings, receptions, weddings, and many other types of events that can be held there because of the versatility of the building,” Mayor Horn said.

In the coming months, the Town will be implementing a space reservation system for the new center. Please keep watch on the Town’s website and Facebook/Instagram pages for updates on how to reserve a space.

Recreational classes will begin in January 2022 and will include art, writing, health education, yoga, music and quilting classes and more to come. Please keep watch on the Town’s website and Facebook/Instagram pages for updates on how to register for classes.

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Big, Bang, Boom Children’s Concert Oct. 23

The Town hosts its first-ever children’s concert featuring, “Big, Bang, Boom” during Shalloween from 1 until 2 p.m. on Saturday, October 23 in Shallowford Square.

This band is blowing up the Kindie Music world. This live show is high-energy and both parents and children will find it hard to stay in their seats. These three dynamic dads play parent-friendly, educational children’s music and have been wowing children and parents across the country for years!

There will be child-friendly activities for the youngsters including face painting and an arts and crafts area. No pets permitted in the Square.

Admission is free! Bring a lawn chair and enjoy a family-friendly concert at the Square.

*This event is subject to cancellation or change due to COVID -19 pandemic and precautions. Please visit the Town’s Facebook page and website at www.lewisvillenc.net for updates.

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