Activity center

Lakeway Activity Center now open for summer programs


The Lakeway Activity Center is resuming its programs after it reopens in May. (Amy Rae Dadamo / Community Impact Journal)

With Lakeway municipal facilities reopening following the easing of COVID-19 restrictions put in place in March 2020, the Lakeway Parks and Recreation Department is promoting several summer programs now available through the Lakeway Activity Center at 105 Cross Creek. For more information on the following programs, be sure to visit the Lakeway Parks and Recreation online catalog for more details.

Adult fitness classes

This is a new program starting June 7 with principles from TaeKwonDo. Classes will take place for nine weeks on Mondays from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. The cost is $ 120 for members and $ 130 for non-members. In July, classes will focus on self-defense training.


Pickleball combines the elements of tennis, badminton and table tennis. Weekend courses are offered to beginner and intermediate players starting June 19. The cost is $ 75 for activity center members and $ 80 for non-members.

Yoga and Tai Chi

Various courses for beginners and advanced participants are available throughout the week and can be purchased in blocks of eight and four lessons. The activity center offers various instructors, Dr. Arbeit, Gayl Hubatch, Kate Evans and Monica Orr. For those with limited range of motion or recovering from an injury, chair yoga classes are also offered. Since prices, times and locations vary, see the Parks and Recreation Catalog for more information.

Taekwondo for young people

Classes are available on Mondays and Wednesdays in June for children 3 to 5 years old and 6 years old and over. The cost is $ 135 for activity center members and $ 150 for non-members.

Defensive driving

Passing Zone Defensive Driving is offering a one-day course on July 24 for ticket rejection and insurance discounts. The cost is $ 45 for members and $ 50 for non-members.

American Heart Association Babysitter Certification

In this course, students learn first aid techniques, how to avoid dangerous situations and earn CPR certification. Half-day courses take place on June 15 and July 15. The cost is $ 90 for members and $ 100 for non-members.


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