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County
Travis
Region
Hill Country
Population
2010 Census - 11,391
2000 Census - 8,002
Nearby
Towns
Lakeway, Texas
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Lakeway Texas History:
Lakeway was established in early 1960s as a residential community on Lake Travis. It incorporated in 1974. Lakeway is located on the south shore of Lake Travis on RR 620, 5 miles west of Mansfield Dam, across the lake from Point Venture, 23 miles northwest of Austin, 18.8 miles northwest of West Lake Hills, 6.6 miles northwest of Bee Cave, 15 miles northwest of Oak Hill, 47 miles northeast of Blanco, 40 miles northeast of Johnson City, 28.4 miles northeast of Driftwood, 21 miles northwest of Dripping Springs, 58 miles southeast of Buchanan Dam (Buchanan & Inks Lakes), 44 miles southeast of Kingsland (Lake LBJ), 36 miles southeast of Horseshoe Bay (Lake LBJ), 31.8 miles southeast of Marble Falls (Lake Marble Falls), 18.6 miles southeast of Spicewood, 8 miles southwest of Hudson Bend, 20.6 miles southwest of Cedar Park, and 26 miles southwest of Round Rock, Texas.
 
Lake Travis ISD Performing Arts Centers:
The 1500 seat Concert Hall features dressing rooms, rehearsal spaces, a scene construction shop, production shops, and a lobby. The 250 seat Black Box theater is used for smaller productions and also has support facilities. The Center hosts high school and district events, and is may be reserved by community organizations. (512) 533-6011. The Center is located on the grounds of the Lake Travis High School at 3324 RR 620 South.
 
Lakeway Players:
This non-profit theater group offers live theater performances. Members participate in all aspects of theatre, including writing, acting, singing, dancing, directing, sound, lighting, costuming, and backstage work. Performances are held at the Lakeway Activity Center at 105 Cross Creek. Tickets: (512) 261-1010. Contacts  
 
Tex Arts Association for Visual and Performing Arts:
This non-profit group annually produces 4 or more professional, Broadway-quality classic American Musicals and smaller musical productions. They showcase professional, state and nationally-recognized artists. They also host juried art shows, educational programs for children and adults, and theater classes. The Youth Performance Series offers experience in music, dance and theater to area youth. The theater utilizes top working professionals from Broadway, top university programs and other great arts centers. (512) 852-9082. They are located at 2300 Lohman’s Spur Road at RR 620. Event Calendar and Tickets
 
Lakeway Heritage Center:
This center is located in a new building that includes the restored portion of a 1930s rock building. The Center collects and preserves photos and documents of significance to Lakeway’s history. The Spirit of Freedom Monument lists those residents who served in the armed forces during war. Center amenities include archives, a meeting room, kitchen and restrooms. The center is open January through November, Mon, Wed, and Fri, 9am-3pm. It is open by appointment in December. (512) 608-9533. 963 Lohman’s Crossing. The center is located at the corner of Lohman’s Crossing and Hurst Creek Road. Email  
 
Lake Travis Community Library & Annual Teen Art Contest:
The library provides traditional library programs, children, youth and adult programs, summer programs, public access computers with internet connections, and free Wi-Fi. The Downtown Abbey Tea Time is held every Wednesday at 2pm; watch an episode of Downtown Abby and drink a cup of tea. The annual Teen Art Contest is held in October for students in grades 6 to 12. Open Mon-Tue, 10am-7pm; Wed-Fri, 10am-6pm; Sat, 10am-4pm; Sun, 1pm-4pm. (512) 263-2885. 1938 Lohman’s Spur Road.