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Directory is published without charge by the Lakeway Civic Corporation as a service to Lakeway area residents.  It remains the property of the Lakeway Civic Corporation and is not to be sold or duplicated.  Material published in this Directory has been collected from sources believed to be accurate.  The Lakeway Civic Corporation assumes no responsibility, nor liability, for errors, omissions or material furnished by others for inclusion herein, or any representation of advertisers.


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Lakeway police are joining law enforcement partners in Central Texas on a no-refusal initiative to stop drunken driving this Labor Day holiday.

Using STEP Wave grant funding, Lakeway Police Department officers are working additional shifts through Sept. 7 to monitor for and enforce impaired and aggressive driving violations on local roadways.
Selective Traffic Enforcement Program grants pay for overtime activities by local law enforcement to reduce driving while intoxicated incidents and other traffic violations. on





The Lakeway Civic Corporation is currently accepting photo submissions for the 2016 Lakeway Residents Directory cover.  We hope you will submit your favorite pictures of the Lakeway area.  It can be pictures of a sunset or sunrise, your favorite greenbelt trail, a landmark that is near and dear to your heart, animals, Lake Travis, or just something beautiful in the area.  The important thing is that the pictures depict typical "Lakeway."  The pictures need to be portrait format to fit on our cover.  Submit in JPG format at 600 dpi or higher to  You may submit as many photos as you like.  If chosen your picture will be on the 2016 Lakeway phone book cover and you will be recognized as the submitter.  There is no compensation for the winning photograph, just the recognition.   Deadline for submissions is September 30, 2015.  See some examples of past covers below.





Hands-free law applies to vehicles at a stop

Lakeway police are reminding drivers and bicyclists of the city’s hands-free ordinance they have been enforcing for nearly two months.. Read on

Drug Take Back



Lakeway police bring back Prescription Drug Take-Back Day

Lakeway Police Department invites the public to participate in the popular Prescription Drug Take-Back Day initiative from 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
Sept. 26 at Lakeway Justice Center, 104 Cross Creek.
This event will mark the seventh Take-Back Day for Lakeway Police Department, which is hosting the event in partnership with the Drug Enforcement Administration.
Last spring, the DEA decided not to conduct the event, but popular demand has brought it back. This event will provide a venue for Lakeway area citizens to properly dispose of unwanted and unused controlled, uncontrolled and over the counter medications.
Lakeway Police Chief Todd Radford encouraged the community to participate.
“We are happy to see the return of this initiative that allows people to dispose of medications properly,” Radford said. “It is critical in helping to keep drugs out of the trash or sewer system and even more important to keep drugs out of the hands of people who may abuse them.”
....Read on

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Spirit of '45 Commemoration to mark WWII 70th anniversary

The City of Lakeway will honor the Greatest Generation at The Spirit of ‘45 Commemoration at 6:30 p.m. Sept. 1 at Lakeway Heritage Center
 Read on


Lakeway’s Heritage Trail bus tours to hit the road Sept. 18


The wheels of time will turn as City of Lakeway’s popular Heritage Trail Tour returns Sept. 18 to visit many of Lakeway’s 21 historical sites.
Lakeway Heritage Commission members will guide the free bus tours that will leave at 9:15 a.m., 11:15 a.m. and 1:15 p.m. from the Lakeway Activity Center, 105 Lohmans Crossing. Each tour will last about one hour and 15 on



The sharp edges of Flint Rock Road will be smoothed as construction on road improvements is set to begin by the end of this year.
Travis County opened construction bids in late July for the section of Flint Rock Road from Serene Hills Drive to near RM 620 and Lakeway Regional Medical Center.

The roadway upgrade project is a joint project between the City of Lakeway and Travis County to improve the general safety, dampen dips and curves while widening the travel lanes and adding paved shoulders to the heavily traveled road.
“We are pleased that improvements are imminent on Flint Rock Road,” Lakeway City Manager Steve Jones said. “Drivers can look forward to a thoroughfare that is better able to handle the increasing traffic counts in the western half of our city.” on



Lakeway, Travis County issue burn bans

The City of Lakeway and Travis County issued their first burn bans of 2015 today.…Read on



Sue's "Lite Side"

THE DAY (When I Fall to Pieces)
by Sue Wright

One of the most difficult concepts in teaching Freshmen Composition is the use of such terms as logical fallacy (your argument makes no sense) irony, satire, parody, paradox, inductive and deductive reasoning.  And that’s what I try to do semester after semester.   Many of you will understand that because most of our national news is presented in exactly the same manner. Well, I won’t have that teaching worry again—all I will have to do is recite the events of the third week of July in the year of our Lord 2015, that happened to the unsuspecting Wright family.  It includes all of the above. on




Lakeway Viewpoints


Sign up at The Lakeway Activity Center                               
105 Cross Creek  - Lakeway, TX  78734
or call 512-261-1010 to charge on your credit card.


$90 Members  for Lakeway Activity Center Members     $110 for Non-Members


Programs are the 3rd Sunday in October & November, 2015 January, February & March 2016

6pm-8pm, doors open at 5:30pm



Please notify: if you are unable to attend a program.


   * October 18, 2015 - Eight Ways You Can Improve Your Retirement - Scott Burns

   * November 15, 2015 - Understanding Mexico's Drug War - Ricardo Ainslie, Ph.D., ABPP

  *  January 17, 2016 - An Insider's Look at 3D Printing - David L. Bourell, Ph.D

  *  February 21, 2016 - Ballet Austin and The Arts - Cookie G.Ruiz, C.F.R.E.,
                                     Exec. Dir. Ballet Austin
   *  March 20, 2016 - What Photography Means to Me - My Work as a "Cultural Geographer" -
                                   Bill Wright




The World Goes ‘Round

CONTACT: Barbara Calderaro, Director or 512- 560-1837

Thursday, Friday, Saturday,
November 5th, 6th, and 7th, 2015

Saturday, August 22nd, 10:00 A.M. to noon
Tuesday, August 25th, 7:00 to 9:00 P.M.
Thursday, August 27th, 7:00 to 9:00 P.M.

AUDITION LOCATION: The Lakeway Activity Center
105 Cross Creek
Lakeway, TX 78734

AUDITION TIMES:  Please contact Barbara Calderaro to set up a specific audition time.

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The Lakeway Heritage Center is soliciting annual submissions for the names of past and present local veterans to be engraved on the Heritage Park Spirit of Freedom Monument. The acceptance of applications will close on Friday, August 14, 2015.

Basic eligibility includes having lived within the city limits, or within Lakeway’s extra-territorial jurisdiction. Military service requires that the veteran served on no less than 90-days active-duty, and received an honorable discharge within the following dates* for the respective periods of armed conflict:
WORLD WAR II- December 7, 1941-December 31, 1946.
KOREA- June 27, 1950-January 31, 1955.
VIETNAM- August 5, 1964 (in-country Feb. 28, 1961)-May 7, 1975.
LEBANON- 1982-1983.
PERSIAN GULF- August 2, 1990-April 6, 1991.
GLOBAL WAR ON TERROR- September 11, 2001-present.
*Authorized dates determined by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs for related federal benefits.

...Read on








Directory is published without charge by the Lakeway Civic Corporation as a service to Lakeway area residents.  It remains the property of the Lakeway Civic Corporation and is not to be sold or duplicated.  Material published in this Directory has been collected from sources believed to be accurate.  The Lakeway Civic Corporation assumes no responsibility, nor liability, for errors, omissions or material furnished by others for inclusion herein, or any representation of advertisers.

2016 Lakeway Residents Directory

Provided by the Lakeway Civic Corporation

If you would like to submit or change your information for the 2016 resident section,
you may do so by sending  your  information to:

Lakeway Civic Corporation
1102 Lohmans Crossing, Lakeway, TX 78734

To email your information, send to

Phone / Fax (512) 261-5203

Please, include your name (as you would like it listed), full address (yes, your zip code...we have several) and your telephone number.  

Only Lakeway and The Hills Residents Can Be Listed
(This includes Lakeway, its ETJs and The Hills. )

No minors, please.

Deadline for 2016 resident entries and advertising purchases
is August 13, 2015


Big Band Era!
2nd Monday of the Month

Join us for music of the Big Band Era!  Enjoy a free concert by the 17-piece Republic of Texas Big Band and dance to the Tunes of yesteryear.

Bring your own refreshments as no food or drink items will be severed during the show.  At the Lakeway Activity Center (512-216-1010)

Every 2nd Monday of the month.

Sponsored by the Arts Committee of Lakeway

Lakeway’s Big Band Bash leads the way to fall fun

Come and enjoy an evening with one of the best big bands in Central Texas at Lakeway’s Big Band Bash from 8-10 p.m. Sept. 14 at Lakeway Activity Center, 105 Cross Creek.

Kent Dugan’s 17-piece orchestra, The Republic of Texas Big Band, features well known singers and Lakeway residents David Cummings and Lisa Clark. This band consistently appeals to dancers of many generations. Expect to hear a wide variety of favorite tunes, mostly from the Sinatra era, with fresh arrangements.

Dancers may enjoy a large air-conditioned dance floor and tables available for special beverages and snacks at a place where they may invite their friends without the hassle of reservations.

The Lakeway Arts Committee hosts the Lakeway Big Band Bash is on the second Monday of each month.

This is a free event, but donations to the band are encouraged. Doors open at 7:30 p.m., and reservations are not accepted.



"Lakeway Community Blood Drive"

The Lakeway Civic Corporation will hold the first Lakeway Community Blood Drive of 2015 on Saturday, January 17. The drive will be held at the Lakeway Activity Center from 8 to 12. Lakeway has been the top producing community drive in the 10 county service area for the last 6 years. The local agency which supplies all of the blood for the area is The Blood Center of Central Texas. All blood collected stays in our service area. In 2014, over 445 units of blood were collected at the Lakeway Drives. In November, 84 donors signed in and 83 units of blood were collected.
To donate, you can make an appointment by going online to and follow the instructions. You can call or email Searcy Willis (the Lakeway Coordinator) at 512-261-9055 or Walk-ins are always welcome but may take longer as appointments are given a priority. For eligibility questions, call, 512-206-1108.


2015 Scheduled Blood Drives

Sept 19 & Nov 21

8 a.m. to noon 

Searcy Willis, 512-261-9055 or

"The January 17 blood drive netted 75 units of blood.  Helpers were Bob & Caroline Morse, Pricilla Bangs, Collene Devere, Sharon Markham and Deane Willis.  Thanks to the Lakeway Civic Corporation for sponsoring the Blood Drive," Searcy Willis.



Women's Club of Greater Lakeway

The Women's Club of Greater Lakeway is open to all women living within the City of Lakeway and The Hills.
Membership Dues: $30 year.  For more information,
contact Nancy Clayton 512-261-7759.

Meetings: The 4th Monday of the month from September through May (except December) at The Lakeway Resort and Spa.
Meeting-programs feature informative and entertaining speakers with luncheon by reservation.  Annually there is an October Style Show and a March Dinner Dance.

See Women's Club of Greater Lakeway for monthly calendar and more information.


Men's Breakfast Club

Meets every Wednesday morning at 7 a.m. in the Activity Center.

All residents are welcome. 
Meetings Scheduled
on the calendar page.






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Blog by Joe Bain, lAKEWAY CITY Mayor

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Lakeway Activity Center


Please go to our website: for additional information or call us at 512-261-1010.

CHINESE PAINTING TECHNIQUES: SPLASHING-INK & SPLASHING COLOR...Explore the artistic conception developed from the Tang Dynasty:
Chinese brush painting is the art of using simple strokes of a brush to capture a single object or an entire screen. also is a fascinating art form and one that is within anyone's reach, young, or old, whether you have previous painting experience or not. Please join and have fun with Peihong Endris to explore the basic principle of brush techniques.

Supply list:
1. A large combination brush. A large wolf brush. A pointed detail brush. A wash brush 1 to 2 inches
2. Oriental rice paper ( a pad of rice paper or a roll of rice paper)
3. Chinese watercolor 12 or 18 tubes.
4. Sumi Ink
5. Palette
6. Paper towel
7. A felt any kind of felt as 2ft x 2ft or large.
8. paper weights
9. a wash container
10. Spray bottle for water
11. Hair dryer if you have extra
Bring a piece of watercolor paper for mounting.
Peihong Endris will prepare some of materials for you to purchase.










Friday & Saturday, September 25 & 26, 9:30am-3:30pm $140 member / $160 Non-Member

Instructor Peihong Endris has been exhibited in China and the US and has taught for the last 25 years. She currently has programs at the Houston's Glassell School of Art and NOW for you at the Lakeway Activity Center

Dallas Gorman, Manager, Lakeway Activity Center 105 Cross Creek, Lakeway, TX 78734 (512)261-1010 FAX (512)261-5033<>
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AKA Theater-60's&70's Musical/Little Picasso's/Sportball/TaiKwonDo/Garage
Sale/Viewpoints/NEW Art class/2Step/+more...


Kids are back in school and summer youth camps have come to a close.  We really enjoyed all the kids with their excitement and energy!  We now have many new after school classes coming up this fall (Cool Panda Chinese, Mad Science After School, Rhythm Jam) as well as some returning favorites (Tai Kwon Do, Sportball, Soccer Shots, Archery, Fencing, Kinderdance, Little Picasso’s).  If you would like detailed youth class information, please let me know and I’ll add you to our youth e-mail distribution listing.  Don’t miss out and sign up now for those classes which fill up quickly! on



Lake Travis Community Library

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August 2015


September 2015

Local author Mark Pryor will visit the Lake Travis Community Library on Tuesday, September 15th at 7 p.m. to discuss Hollow Man, his new stand-alone novel. Publishers Weekly calls the novel, "Devilishly clever and suspenseful."

Pryor’s first career was as a newspaper reporter in Colchester, Essex. There, he covered the police and crime beat for almost two years. He also wrote stories on foreign assignments, including accounts from Northern Ireland while with the British Army, and from Romania where he covered the first-anniversary celebrations of that country's revolution. Pryor is now an Assistant District Attorney with the Travis County DA's office.

Pryor’s popular Hugo Marston crime series is set mostly in Paris, but also London and Barcelona. Protagonist Hugo is head of security at the US Embassy in Paris, and a former FBI profiler.

"I write fiction because I can't help myself, and I set my stories in Paris because I love the city and its people. And, of course, its food -- snails are a direct (if slow) route to my heart," said Pryor. "And if you've ever sat in a Paris cafe, watching the world pass by with a carafe of red wine in front of you, then I'm sure you can understand why Hugo lives in Paris. And if you haven't done those things, well, I encourage you to do so. Just be sure to invite me along."

Pryor new novel, Hollow Man, is a psychological thriller and set right here in Austin. Main character Dominic is a prosecutor, a musician and an Englishman living in Texas. He's also a psychopath. His main goal is to hide his condition and lead a seemingly normal life in hopes to pay off his debts and become a full-time musician in Austin's club scene. But on one lousy day his carefully-controlled world starts to shatter: he's demoted at work and accused of stealing a fellow musician's song. 

Author Mark Pryor will visit the Lake Travis Community Library on Tuesday, September 15th at 7 p.m. The event is free and open to the public. Please contact the library at and (512) 263-2885 for more information

Pamela McGovney will exhibit in the meeting room at the Lake Travis Community Library during the month of September. While McGovney is new to the Lake Travis community, she has lived in the Austin area since 1992. Originally from the Beaumont/Port Arthur area, she graduated from the art and theater programs at Lamar University. 

McGovney is a very talented and experienced watercolor artist who has dedicated herself to the medium since 1988. McGovney selects a variety of subject matters to explore including landscapes, portraits, and symbolic paintings. McGovney loves to paint on location or "plein arte."

"I get to meet some interesting people while painting," she said. "Even if they don’t speak English, they try to tell me something about what I’m painting or make a cordial effort to practice their English."

McGovney is excited about the chosen theme for the upcoming September show entitled, Memories of My Travels. These works will be paintings from her travels in the United States, Canada, and Mexico; as well as Europe and Great Britain.

"I try to take my viewers on an emotional journey from the world they’re standing in to the world I’ve experienced," said McGovney. "I want them to feel the tender and complex connection I have with the locations."


The show Memories of My Travels will run from August 30 through September 29. McGovney will offer a watercolor demonstration on Yupo, a plastic paper, on Wednesday, September 9 at 2:00 p.m. There will be an artist’s reception on Saturday, September 12 from 1:30-3:00 p.m. And McGovney will present a children’s interactive art demonstration in conjunction with Preschool Story Time on Monday, September 21 at 10:30 a.m. The public is invited and welcome to attend all of the events. For more information about the artist, visit Or, contact the library at (512) 263-2885 or



This August, the Lake Travis Community Library will welcome local artist, Derrick Dixon, to the meeting room exhibit space. Derrick was born in Corpus Christi, but spent a part of his childhood living in Venezuela. Derrick is also a graduate of the University of Texas at Austin.


Derrick and his family are long-time Lakeway residents and very active library patrons! Derrick’s wife, Jessica, is a regular volunteer in the children’s room as well as the Little Yoga instructor. Derrick’s son, Graham, is a teen volunteer and youngest child, Emma, is a member of the mother/daughter book club with Jessica.


Although Derrick is not formally trained in the arts, he has enjoyed a lifetime of music and art appreciation. His interest in form and design is what inspired his creative expression. His first paintings were simply meant to decorate his own home, but even after the walls were covered, the paintings kept coming. Derrick’s artwork is a visual delight. His use of bold color and simple figures seem to celebrate the innocence and enchantingly unaffected nature of childhood.


When he’s not painting, Derrick is a firefighter for the City of Austin. All are invited to stop by the library to view the exhibit in August.




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