Have a backyard celebration, enjoy lunch and get rockin'. There is a lot to do in the Lake Travis and West Lake area this month.

Feb. 28: Help Prevent Fraud

The Lake Travis Community Library will host a fraud prevention workshop with Sergeant Jason Brown from the Lakeway Police Department. Brown is the division supervisor for the department’s Criminal Investigations Unit and will teach residents to protect themselves against the threat of identity theft.March 1-31: Celebrate women in art

The Lakeway Arts District presents “Women in Art,” a special art exhibition celebrating Women’s History Month from March 1-31 at Lake Travis Community Library. The exhibit will have paintings, drawings, mixed media sculptures and more by local women artists. The Artist Reception is March 4 from 1:30-3 p.m.March 12: Have a backyard celebration

Community members are invited to kick off a week of spring break programs for the Westbank Library by enjoying backyard music from artist Staci Gray as well as face-painting from professional painter and event artist Lady B.March 18: Give blood

Community members are encouraged to donate blood at the Lakeway Activity Center. Blood collected at these drives is dedicated for use in the 10-county area surrounding Travis County. To be eligible, donors need to be in good health, at least 17 years old and weigh 115 pounds or more for whole blood donations.March 22: Grab some lunch

Community members and guests are invited to attend a luncheon hosted by the Bee Cave Chamber of Commerce. The guest speaker for the lunch will be Samantha Witkowski, events and marketing director for Frontyard Brewing, a brewery off Bob Wire Road in Spicewood.
  • 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.
  • $20 (members), $30 (nonmembers).
  • Sonesta Bee Cave Austin Hotel, 12525 Bee Cave Parkway, Bee Cave.
  • 512-256-4004. www.beecavechamberofcommerce.com
March 25: Rummage through a garage sale

The Lakeway Activity Center will host a citywide indoor garage sale. At the garage sale, attendees can shop for household goods, clothing, electronics, jewelry, knick-knacks, furniture, collectibles and more. The activity center will also be accepting donations of non-perishable food for the local food bank.March 25: Get Rockin’

The Spicewood Arts Society will host a live performance starring Stoney LaRue at Spicewood Vineyards. Stoney LaRue is an award-winning country singer who has 1 million albums sold along with over 20 years of experience as an entertainer.March 25: Spring into reading

The Bee Cave Library will host a concert with Staci Gray in March. Gray is a children’s entertainer based in the Austin area who will help the library kick off its “Spring Into Reading” week during spring break with dancing, singing and bubbles.