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Sweetwater Residents:

HOA Amenities are now closed. This includes the Overlook Club, Fitness Center, both Pools, and the HOA office. All communications needed with the HOA office can be done by email or phone. Community Manager, Tom O'Grady is onsite but the HOA office remains closed to the public until further notice.

REMINDER - Residents the Community Amenity Facilities are temporally closed and the use of other PARK amenities, PARKS, SPORTCOURT, VOLLEYBALL, etc. should be carefully considered as to avoid group gatherings and the risk of the further spread of viruses and to be used at your own risk.

We need Social Distancing, but we also need to lean in deep and remain connected now more than ever. Practice Social Distancing? - YES! So leverage technology and respect the 6 foot rule and the 10 or less peope but remain connected.

Social Distancing

Think about how many times your kids have gotten ill from

daycare/school being around other children when they

were healthy that morning then they come home to

share that same illness with all the family members.

Parents and non-parents work, and travel for work, there are

hundreds of other people we have all come in contact with,

it's like a huge chain.

Protect each other STAY IN PLACE, use Social Distancing by

applying the 6ft rule, don't gather in groups for now

if you can help it.


Coronavirus in Austin:
What does ‘Shelter in Place’ mean?

Follow this link so you will be knowledgeable about the meaning. Click here.




It's Wildflower season and the Trails are open. If you would like send your trail photo's to have them posted click here.



If you would like to join the

Sweetwater Events Committee

please contact Shelly Livingston, Lifestyle Coordinator

by clicking here.



Some government bodies have recommended cancelling large gatherings (and are now down to just 10 people in a group), and while the threat to the American public remains low and varies from region to region, we feel it is important to align in our approach and take the most conservative action in accordance with those recommendations.

Please look for details about rescheduled dates for our events later in the year.


The Bookmobile will not be coming to Sweetwater until a later date. Please hold on to your books until they let us know when they can return for Story Time.


The Sweetwater Community Voice

for March & April 2020

can be read by following this link here.


When you are out on the Sweetwater Trails take some photos

and share them! If you have ideas that you would like

to share with your neighbors on how you are keeping

your kids busy and would like to share them please send

them to me by clicking here and I will post them.

(Photo by Coretta Jenkins)


Camp Galdiator at Sweetwater is offering

Online Virtual Classes

Contact Shelby Bowden here to sign up.


While we continue to build our community of hope and healing in Bee Cave, we also need to adapt in ways that prioritize our clients and the greater community impacted by COVID-19.

We are now offering live-streaming yoga classes, free meditation sessions

and virtual reiki appointments.We are now offering live-streaming

yoga classes, free meditation sessions and virtual reiki appointments.
Enjoy classes from the comfort of your home via the Zoom App on your

computer or mobile device. These virtual classes are provided at no

additional cost to our current Members and Class Pass students.

The Meditation Sessions are free to everyone.First, download the free

Zoom app and create an account. After that, all you have to do is

:• Sign-in to the class of your choice via the Serasana App,

via our website or MindBody account at least 1 hour prior to class.
• We will email you a ZOOM registration.
• Register for the class and an email will be sent with the class link.
• Click on the link to join the class.

Stay optimistic. Keep calm. Breathe. Let's stay together through this.

Click on this link to find out more about

The Serasana Bee Cave TeamDownload ZOOM


Signup for Virtual Classes



This has been an incredibly challenging time for our community and all the people and pets we care so deeply about. As a community we are strong, and it will take all of us to unite and assist in any way possible. Camp Bow Wow Austin SW, wants to thank the healthcare workers and first responders and ease their minds by taking care of their pups, while they take care of us!

Forward this coupon to any of your friends and family members who are healthcare workers and first responders who have dogs that need a little extra love and exercise!

35% OFF CAMP SERVICES - Coupon valid only at Camp Bow Wow® Austin SW. Cannot be applied with other discounts. Valid only for first responders and healthcare workers. Valid only 3/24-4/30. Camper must have passed the interview and meet Camper requirements. Other restrictions may apply.

For more information or to make a reservation:

Have a question about our services or about this newsletter?
CONTACT US (512) 264-9663



Watch a Nature Cam

Would your kids like to go on a virtual safari? How about peeking into a falcon’s nest?
There are some amazing nature cams set up by universities and conservatories all over the world, and they can be a fun and educational way for your children to learn about nature. Some live cams to check out are: Although these nature cams do put your kids in front of a screen, they can also be a powerful learning tool and help spark a lifelong passion for animals and nature.

Make a Bug Maze

Summertime means bugs, and lots of them. Teach your kids to care for bugs and let them learn a bit about science in the process by building a bug maze.
A bug maze is relatively easy to make. All you need is a medium-sized box, large or jumbo-sized Popsicle sticks, cardboard toilet paper or paper towel tubes, tape or hot glue, and some paint if you choose to decorate the maze.
Start by painting the Popsicle sticks different colors (again, this step is optional). Create a maze within the box by putting the sticks on their sides and securing them to the bottom of the box with the tape or hot glue gun. Use the cardboard tubes to create tunnels for added interest.
Next, send your kids out to carefully collect some bugs (caterpillars and stink bugs work well for this activity). Use this time to teach your kids about being gentle with the bugs, and show them how to handle the bugs carefully so they don’t get hurt.
If you don’t like the idea of using real bugs, you can use HEXBUGs for this activity. But there’s nothing like using real bugs to create a great learning opportunity for kids – as long as they’re careful with the bugs and release them back into nature when they’re done.
Do you have a stack of old sheets in your house? If you haven’t used them in a while, drag one of them out and spread it out on the grass. Dig out your paints and let your kids release their inner Van Gogh by painting all over the sheet.
If you don’t want to ruin the sheets you have, check out thrift stores and garage sales to pick up some inexpensive extras.

Backyard Camping

You don’t need to hit up the woods to go camping. If you have a tent, set it up in the backyard and sleep outdoors with your kids. You can also let them play in the tent during the day, as long as you don’t care about its condition when the day is over. They could turn the tent into a fort, a spaceship, or anything else they imagine.

More things you can do!

Turn on the sprinklers and let the kids & adults run through them
Walk the Trails
Walk the pets
Walk the children
Ride bikes
Watch YouTube - Find DIY's, Yoga, there are hundreds of things to do. Learn new skills.
Cook together
Bake cookies together
Go to Sonic and get ice cream
Drive thru or order something to eat
Play games
Play cards
Make s'mores
Paint rocks, finger paint
Make paper airplanes and see who's goes the furthest.
Make paper mache projects

Share your ideas that keep your family active here and

I will be happy to post them. Thanking you in advance.



Men's Corn Hole April 10th Canceled.

Men's Poker April 24th, Canceled.


Contact Crystal King for questions regarding Book Club.

APRIL 1: Never Tell by Lisa Garner

MAY 6: Where the Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens

If you are interested in joining Sweetwater Book Club, please

contact: Crystal King cgking03@gmail.com.

She will place your name on the email list, and share you information


Camp Galdiator at Sweetwater is offering

Online Virtual Classes

Contact Shelby Bowden here to sign up.

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday - Classes

5:00am & 6:15am

Monday & Wednesday classes are held at 6:30 pm



Enroll with the Tudor Dr. for in home tutoring

Click here to go to their website and sign up.


Enroll now! Call 512-900-3581 to schedule your appointment.


Looking for excellent care for your pet, contact:


Bee Cave: 15314 West TX-71 Bee Cave, TX 78738

Visit their webpage here.


New to F45 Traiing? Check it out here.

F45 Training Lakeway - Call Phone: (737) 704-4387

Address: 3944 Ranch Rd 620 S #120, Bee Cave, TX 78738
Open ⋅ Closes 8PM



Dimension Pools & Outdoor Living
(512) 522-5958
4819 R.O. Dr #101A
Spicewood, TX 78669


Visit us our website here

North location 512.502.5000, West location: 512.614.6491


Kiddie Academy is open and accepting children.

Stop in, or visit us online here


Austin Regional Clinic - BEE CAVE

15801 Highway 71
Building 1, Suite 100
Bee Cave, TX 78738



Learn how the tutor doctor can help your child/children

learn in the comfort of their own home.

Click here for website



We are always interested in promoting your business to our homeowners. Becoming a Sponsor is simple, and an affordable way to place an ad that is seen repeatedly.

We invite you to be active in our community events by hosting, and/or participating.

Please contact the Sweetwater Office, or email SweetwaterLifestyle@goodwintx.com for more details about Sponsorship packages that are available to you. Shelly Livingston, Lifestyle Coordinator

Sweetwater Welcomes

Our Newest Sponsor:

Visit Five Star Veterinary Center's website here


Visit F45 Training Lakeway website here



2300 Lohmans Spur, Suite 122
Austin, TX 78734
United States

Visit O'Neill's Pools for Service, Supplies, and Spas website here


Visit beansprout Pediatrics - Spicewood website here


Enroll now! Call 512-900-3581 to schedule your appointment.

Click here for KLA website

830.201.4654 call, or Text

Visit merry maids website here


Visit Highland Lakes Canine Rescue's website here


Time Knot Forgotten

Photography, LLC

Lisa Wolniewitz



Visit VIK COMPLETE CARE'S website here


Visit Prostar Water, Inc. website of Dripping Springs here


Visit The Spicewood Food Company's website here


Visit The Tutor Doctor's website here


Click here to visit Electronic Avenue ACRO's website


Visit Lake Travis Tennis Association's webpage here


15801 TX 71 , BEE CAVE, TX 78738

Visit ARC-Bee Cave website here


Visit Camp Gladiator's website here


Visit Residential Design Services website here

Visit Tony Stough with Edward Jones webiste here


Visit The Musicians Woodshed here


UT Professor of Finance,

Lewis Spellman author of

Visit Professor Spellman's website here


Dimension Pools & Outdoor Living
(512) 522-5958
4819 R.O. Dr #101A
Spicewood, TX 78669


Click here for Cooper Waddill's website


Click here to see KLA Schools of Sweetwater's website


Click here to visit Kiddie Academy's website


Click here for SANOVA Dermatolgy - Bee Cave


Click here to see SUNPOWER by Freedom Solar


Click here to view LUVbraces website


Click here to view The Hills website


5200 Electric Ave
Spicewood, TX 78669

(512) 264-9663

Click here to visit Camp Bow Wow's website


Click here for Serasana Bee Cave website


Click here for BaylorScott & White's

Lakeway website


Efforts by SAFER 71 have brought

down the speed limit on Hwy. 71 from

Bee Cave to the Pedernales River.

Sweetwater Residents Driven to

Create a Safer Highway 71

White ribbons wrapped on trees and streets around the
Sweetwater neighborhood during November served as a
reminder of the tragic loss of a beloved resident. Members of
the newly mobilized Safer 71 organization want to ensure
this tragedy is not in vain.

Safer71 is a non-profit comprised of residents of
Sweetwater and surrounding neighborhoods. The group
aims to achieve a zero-fatality road corridor on SH71 between
Southwest Parkway and the Blanco County Line. This stretch
of highway has seen 20 auto-collision deaths and
128 serious injuries since 2014.

Working with municipal and county governments, traffic
jurisdictions, and local neighborhoods, Safer 71 aims to provide
the necessary research, advocacy and outreach programs to
ensure that SH71 becomes a road that people can feel safe
driving on every day. Their charter focuses on a comprehensive
approach to the problems: Engineering,
Enforcement and Education.
Safer71 asks that you join the effort by supporting, promoting
or volunteering with its efforts. Visit www.safer71.org to learn
more, stay informed on how you can help create a safer
community for all residents and travelers on Highway 71.


Trails of Sweetwater

If you love to walk the trails at Sweetwater and you

have photos that you would like to share

please send them to:


Please Note: The Dog Park is open.

Please pick up after your dog(s).

While exploring our community
and its surroundings.
Please make sure that everyone remains
on the defined trails. Please remember that all
construction areas are strictly prohibited for
liability and/or safety reasons.






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