May 3, 2013 by Mark
The Devil’s Bowl Speedway is kicking off this weekend – as is the spring season – with stock car racing fun around the most famous track in the Southwest.
It will host the following two classes of [Read more]
April 8, 2013 by Mark
Taking the concept of spring cleaning and applying it on a city-wide scale is the goal of Lewisville’s 27th annual Spring Clean Up, on its way in a couple of weeks.
Prospective volunteers are invited to inquire at [Read more]
March 30, 2013 by Sarah
As the list of school board and town council candidates finalizes in Flower Mound, it is clear that Lewisville Independent School District’s future plans will loom large in the campaigning, along with the perennial concerns of local business growth and [Read more]
February 13, 2013 by James
Citizens of Lewisville, Denton, Sanger, and the other communities of Denton County will have the opportunity to give the Denton County Transportation Authority (DCTA) their input this month with the 2013 DCTA Satisfaction Survey.
The Authority has [Read more]
January 10, 2013 by Sarah
In order to address local questions concerning the upcoming widening of I-35E, the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) will hold a meeting from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm this evening, January 10, at the Medical Centre of Lewisville’s Grand Theater at 100 N. Charles Street. The meeting will [Read more]
December 10, 2012 by Sarah
At any time before Christmas Day, a ‘Visit with Santa at Vista Ridge’ will be a great way to start celebrations and to greet Santa back into the community. Santa will be settling into his grand chair located in the Big Vista Lodge and welcoming little guests to join him accompanied with their ‘wish lists’. The setting for Santa’s visit is like a rustic mountain cabin and feels welcoming and warm.
This an annual event allows people of all ages to enjoy some time spent talking to Santa in his home away from the North Pole. In Santa’s cabin, children will find a wonderfully decorated Christmas tree, a warm and glowing fireplace where the elves have hung stockings, a number of presents, and a range of holiday decorations – all for their enjoyment. Outside Santa’s cabin, the children will enjoy a decorated playground with snow-covered trees and plenty of activities and games to play. Santa takes breaks during the day, so parents should check the online or store schedule before planning to bring their children. Pictures with Santa, during a visit, will be taken by the elves.
The visit may have been promoted using flyer printing and poster printing services from local printing companies. The Visit with Santa at Vista Ridge is underway now and will run until Christmas Eve, starting at 10:00 am at the Vista Ridge Mall located at I-35E and Sam Rayburn Tollway in Lewisville, Texas. To check the visitation schedule, please visit the Vista Ridge Mall website or call 972-315-3641.
November 28, 2012 by James
The Holiday at the Hall is this season’s kick-off to the holiday season for Lewisville’s family festival, which is award-winning and has an assortment of activities and events for the whole family. There are tons of things to see and do, including a visit with the jolly old soul, St. Nick.
This festival takes place this weekend and features all kinds of entertainment, but starts off with a delicious breakfast with Santa Claus and is followed by a visit to Santa Paws Village. During the festival, there will be a Motorcycle Run Toy Ride, with registration for the ride taking place at 9:00 am and additional information can be obtain by calling Falyn Westbrook at 972-219-3561. The motorcycles depart from Old Town, which is followed up by the Holiday at the Hall Christmas Parade. The parade route and schedule are available on the website.
At 4:00 pm, families are invited to stroll through the Old Town and enjoy the holiday décor and window displays – perhaps aided by banner printing, have their photos taken with Santa, enter a gingerbread contest, and stay around for the lighting of the Christmas tree. Two stages will have hours of entertainment lined up that will keep everyone in the seasonal spirit.
A nominal admission may apply for some or all of the events, which will be held this Saturday, December 1, from 8:00 am to 7:00 pm in Old Town Lewisville located on W. Church Street in Lewisville, Texas. To view the schedule, please visit the Home for the Holidays website or call 972-219-3401.
October 18, 2012 by James
The popular play ‘Sunset Boulevard’ will be appearing in Lewisville as from tomorrow, presented by the Greater Lewisville Community Theatre. This is a magnificent story about faded glory and truly unfulfilled ambition involving the famous silent movie star, Norma Desmond. The music in this play is by Andrew Lloyd Webber with lyrics by Don Black and Christopher Hampton.
Directed by Chris Robinson, all Norma Desmond wants in this play is to return to the big screen after having being discarded by the Hollywood scene with the invention of talking movies, or ‘talkies’. In her mind, however, she now believes her glamour has all but disappeared. Fortunately, she meets a screen-writer from Hollywood named Joe Gillis under dramatic circumstances to create a relationship that is both volatile and passionate, although it leads to a surprising and tragic end.
This show has reserved seating only, as well as seating for people with disabilities. A machine has been set up to take calls for reserved seating and people with special requirements are requested to leave a detailed message.
Poster printing, brochure printing, and flyer printing may have been used to promote this wonderful performance to residents in the region. Admission is $18 per person and everyone is welcome. Sunset Boulevard will be appearing on Fridays and Saturdays at 8:00 pm and Sundays at 3:00 pm from tomorrow, October 19, through Sunday, November 4 at the Greater Lewisville Community Theatre located at 160 West Main Street in Lewisville, Texas. For more information ,or to reserve your seats, please visit the Greater Lewisville Community Theatre website or call the box office at 972-221-7469.
September 18, 2012 by Mark
August 27, 2012 by James