NEW - NEW - NEW! Acoustic Coffee House

our NEWEST program will get under way on Friday nights starting Nov 17, 2000 at 7:00 PM in the G. Galloway Reynolds Center on Lucy Lane in Lewisville. The LAAC is looking for acoustic groups - and people who would like to enjoy a cup of coffee, hot chocolate or a desert while listening to good music with their frineds. There is no cover charge at Acoustic Coffee - just come out, have a cup and unwind!


The LAAC is again looking for volunteers to help us out on nine consecutive Wednesdays at in Clemmons starting in November. Volunteers are needed from 5:30 until 11:00 PM to collect entry fees, direct traffic at two locations and hand out brochures. Warm clothes and a bit of time are all that is needed to help out! Call or e-mail the LAAC if you can help us - we always have a great time at Tanglewood!


Jennifer Hutchins is the hostess and Marilyn Ingram the producer of our new arts program which has been created for CATTV6. The premiere air date was Wednesday, February 2, 2000 at Noon.

Currently running programs - Part I and II of TORKfest 2000 - (60 minutes each segment) (Part I musical guests: Peter Tork, James Lee Stanley - Part II musical guests: Two Man Band, Dodi & Co., Blues-A-Matic), Music in the Park (with the Smyle Band, Plank Road Bluegrass and Random Tuesday - 60 minutes) PREMIERE! Sat. OCTOBER 28 at NOON and 6 PM! Music in the Park with Finnegan's Gait and In-Motion Dance Studio's Performance Team (60 minute segment)

Stay tuned for more episodes of LAAC MAGAZINE!

Music In the Park

August- October 2000 - Our new series kicked off on August 10, 2000 at 7:00 PM with the SMYLE band! The series was successful and the LAAC wants to say THANKS for coming out to the>

Archive Information

July ' 99 - The LAAC and The Oaks Business Consortium presented a program on July 4, 2000 at the Oaks Shopping Center in Lewisville. The 4th of July Concert Under the Oaks featured the Phase Band (beach, top 40) and Random Tuesday (acoustic trio from ECU.) The concert was held from 5 PM until 8:30 PM at the Center. 3-D fireworks glasses were available as well as a beer garden. Individual sponsors of the program were: Fresh Images Salon & Boutique, Lewisville Cleaners, Dr. R. L. Sipe, Subway, Pie Zone, Budweiser and the LAAC. We hope you enjoyed the music!

MAY '99 - The LAAC just completed TORKfest 2000 and Lewisville Lawn Party 2000. The concert at Brew Ha Ha's in W-S was a fabulous concert featuring Peter Tork, James Lee Stanley, Dodi & Co. and Blues-A-Matic. Peter and James sat in with all the bands playing during the evening and a great time was had by all. Concert footage will be made available by the LAAC in the summer of 2000. (There were also some videos shot by a few of the fans)

Unfortunately Peter and James's performances at the annual Lawn Party were rained out. The guys came back on Sunday afternoon and did a two hour unplugged concert for all the die-hard fans. There are several video tapes of this concert and hopefully those will be made available in the near future. The performances by ALL the other bands (My Cousin Walt, The Smyle Band, Finnegan's Gait, Random Tuesday, Nervous Nellie, Mamasays, Jamie Myiares, The Small Town Country Dancers and The W-S Community Band) were finished by the time the rain began. Only Finnegan's Gait's set was shortened. Unfortunately The Suitz, a GREAT Classic Rock and Roll band, performance also had to be cancelled.

Photo of Peter and James - Sunday, May 21, 2000 - Photo by Joanna Parsons of NJ

Want some great items from the Lewisville Lawn Party performances of Peter Tork and James Lee Stanley? Here is the link! Help the LAAC pay the bills!!! TORKfest2000 merchandise and information

The first and second installment of the LAAC's new TV program - "LAAC Magazine"have come to cable TV. Jennifer Hutchins is the hostess of the program which has been created for CATTV6. The premiere air date was Wednesday, February 2, 2000 at Noon, 3 and 8 PM Features included a tour of Lewisville, NC, an interview with welding sculptor, Frank Holder, a calendar of upcoming events and scenes from the Lewisville Lawn Party.
The second episode featured the Fashion/Luncheon 2000 and an interview with Angela and Jason Messer of Impact Graphics. Future segments of the program will be edited during July 2000. Plans include a feature on TORKfest 2000 and scenes from the Lewisville Lawn Party 2000.

Older news

The LAAC presented the second annual FASHION/luncheon on Saturday, March 18, 2000. The event was held at the G. Galloway Reynolds Community Center in Lewisville, NC. The LAAC models presented CACHE's spring line of evening dresses as well as some casual clothes and suits. Fresh Images Salon & Boutique of Lewisville participated, showing casual cotton and linen clothing and jewelry that would be great for the Lawn Party!

The show include a buffet lunch with desert, product samples and a chance to win door prizes and several larger prizes such as a 3-day, 2-night vacation.

The LAAC conducted their FIRST Annual General Fund Drive on Sunday, March 19, 2000 from 2:00 until 6:00 PM. LAAC Staff, volunteers and friends called on the citizens and busineses of Lewisville to suport the LAAC by making a donation to the " Put Your HeART where you HOME is!" campaign. If you would like to make a donation to the LAAC, send your check or money order to: LAAC, PO Box 472 - Lewisville, NC 27023. If you are a resident of Lewisville, use the business return envelope found in the lastest issue of the Lewisville Citizen.

The businesses of Lewisville were invited to attend our business seminar entitled "Marketing Strategies to Seize the Day/ or why your business CAN and SHOULD take advantage of the Lewisville LAWN PARTY. The program was held on the fist floor of the G. Galloway Reynolds Community Center on Sunday, March 19, 2000 from 2:00 untill 3:00 PM. Free to Lewisville businesses! Thanks go to Sheila Ross of Fresh Images.

December '99 - Hope you made it to the annual Lewisville Christmas Parade on December 12th. Miss Lewisville Lawn Party 1999, Megan Ingram was escorted by NewsChannel12's own Austin Caviness. Austin and Megan rode in a horse drawn carriage pulled by the fearless "Nick" from Flynt Hill Buggies. They had a wonderful time wishing everyone Merry Christmas as they rode through the streets of Lewisville. Queen's Court Member, Gia Myers also rode in the parade and helped to hand out the LAAC's "Guide to 2000 Programs and Events" brochure. If you did not get a brochure and would like one, please send a legal SASE to the LAAC PO Box. The parade was wonderful, complete with cold but sunny weather. Thank-you to the thousands of smiling faces that we saw along the parade route. Lewisville is indeed a wonderful place to be.

The LAAC would like to thank the volunteers who helped us out on nine consecutive Wednesdays at TANGLEWOOD Lights in Clemmons. Volunteers worked from 5:30 until 11:00 PM collecting entry fees, directing traffic at two locations and handing out brochures. The weather ranged from below freezing to the mild 60's on most nights with between 300 to 1,500 cars, busses and vans processed per night. The LAAC's volunteers did a wonderful job and as always had a great time working together. Thank you my friends, you are the best!

September '99 - The Shallowford Square Arts Series suffered from some technical and natural snafus. The Portraits in the Square program - which was set for August, was held in spite of the on again off again rain. Dodi & Co. gave their last performance in Lewisville, with band member Nancy, at the event. The audience that came out to hear the group and stayed until the very end in the pouring rain. Company representatives also stayed in spite of the changing weather.

May '99 - We invite you to look at the photos from the 1999 Lewisville Lawn Party. You will see the STAR brick presentation for Peter Tork and James Lee Stanley. Peter specifically asked that we scan the photos of the presentation and put them up on the site. These particular pages are dedicated to Mr. Peter Tork and Mr. James Lee Stanley and their three years of appearances at the Lawn Party. Stay tuned for more information on future projects. They shall return.

Peter and James in Lewisville - 1999!

Here are some links to sites created by fans who attended the 99 Lawn Party! We will include MORE as we find them!
Peter and James in Lewisville (site from Canada)
Bailey's Peter Tork Page (site from North Carolina)

We invite you to visit the sites on our programs!