Upcoming Wells Branch Events!

Youth Fowl Shot Contest
Tuesday, November 20 • 6-8 pm
WB Rec. Ctr. • 3000 Shoreline Drive

Wells Branch youth are invited to test their basketball skills and maybe win a turkey to take home for Thanksgiving.  The contest starts at 6pm in the WB MUD Rec. Center.  Participants accumulate points by competing in a variety of basketball activities.  Youth will be split into three groups: 8-10, 11-13, and 14-17.  Grand-prize winners from each age group will receive a turkey.  Registration is free and will begin November 13 in the Rec. Center.  Sponsored by WB MUD Recreation Dept.

Wells Branch VOTES!

Election Day is November 6 Early voting begins October 22 and ends November 2 • Elected Officials need to know that Wells Branch is a Voting Community • Not only is it your RIGHT, it is your RESPONSIBILITY • Arm yourself with knowledge • Get informed • Then VOTE!

For Travis County voting information, visit https://www.votetravis.com/ and for Williamson County, visit  http://www.wilco.org/.  The League of Women Voters is offering a non-partisan downloadable Voters Guide at https://lwvaustin.org/.

Don’t forget!  This election cycle includes some local elections that aren’t partisan.  If you vote a straight party ticket, make sure you scroll all the way to the end of the ballot and vote in the races that aren’t party affiliated (WB MUD Board & RRISD Board elections).  Who you elect at the local level can have a much greater impact on your everyday life than state or national elections.  Don’t forget, both RRISD & PfISD have bond initiatives on the ballot as well.  Find info on the school bonds at the following links: https://bond.roundrockisd.org/http://www.pfisdbond.net/

If you need a ride, we’ll help you get there.  If you have questions, we’ll help you find the answers.  Email VOTE@wbna.us.

Fall Events!

Spooky Film Night • Bride of Frankenstein
Friday, October 19 • 6:30pm
WB Community Library • 15001 Wells Port

Join us for an after-hours screening of Bride of Frankenstin (1935) to celebrate the 200th anniversary of Mary Shelley’s book!  Recommended for ages 10+.


***POSTPONED***WBNA Pumpkin Patch & Pumpkin Painting in the Park
Saturday, October 20 • 10am-1pm
Gazebo at KF Park on the Alpha Collier side

NEW DATE:  Saturday, October 27

Pick your pumpkin FREE in front of the Gazebo at KF Park on Alpha Collier.

Pumpkin Painting at the Gazebo in KF Park
Admission: 1 canned good or $1 donation to St. Andrew’s Food Pantry

Pumpkin Painting has been a WB tradition for more than a decade with real pumpkins of all shapes and sizes.  Dianne Koehler, teacher & artist, will be supplying the brushes, set-ups and examples of what to paint on your pumpkin in case you need ideas.  It’s always a lot of fun and you get to take home a pumpkin to decorate for Fall!


Northwest Elementary Fall Festival • Tons of Games, Treats, Food & More!
Saturday, October 20 • 5-8pm
Northwest Elementary School • 14014 Thermal Drive


Spooky Stories with Bernadette Nason
Friday, October 26 • 6pm
WB Community Library • 15001 Wells Port

(register online at wblibrary.eventbrite.com)


Trick or Treat at the Library
Wednesday, October 31 • 3:30-5:30pm
WB Community Library • 15001 Wells Port

Make the Library your first stop!  Show off your costumes and get a non-candy treat.  All ages.


WBNA Halloween Costume Contest
Wednesday, October 31 • 6pm
WB Community Center Parking Lot

Calling all princesses, monsters, super-heroes and other-worldly beasts!  Since Halloween is on a weeknight, we’ll be holding our annual costume contest on the Community Center steps beginning at 6pm sharp!  Check WBNA.us for updates.

Trunk or Treat 
Wednesday, October 31 • 6-9pm
WB Community Center Parking Lot

Ghosts, Ghouls, and Goblins abound in the CC parking lot on Klattenhoff where there will be a multitude of scary treats for all your little monsters as the WB MUD Recreation Dept. hosts Halloween Trunk or Treat!  The WBNA will be capturing the night creatures and posting their images on the Neighborhood Association Facebook page so that you may share with your friends and family and Party Face Fotos will be there with their photo booth courtesy of WB MUD.  Wells Branch Community Church will be serving up Hallowienies (hotdogs) to all the hungry little Trick-or-Treaters and a plethora of enthusiastic community members will be on hand with candy.  If you’d like to decorate a car or truck please visit the WB MUD’s special events page for more information.


It’s My Park Day 
Saturday, November 3 • 9am-noon
WB Disc Golf Course, Owen-Tech Blvd

Wear long sleeves and closed-toe shoes.  Snacks, water, gloves and tools will be provided, but if you have your own, please bring them!


Frontier Family Camp Out 
Saturday, November 3, 4pm – Sunday, November 4, 8am
KF Park • 2106 Klattenhoff Drive

Bring your family and camping gear to KF Park for an overnight adventure as the WB MUD Recreation Dept. hosts an evening under the stars.  Disconnect from technology and enjoy storytelling and great conversation around a campfire.  There will be crafts, games and other activites for the whole gang!  Dinner and breakfast will be provided, compliments of the WB MUD Recreation Dept.  This event is free, but will be limited to 30 families.  Registration is now full, but you may ask to be added to the wait list.


Live Music in the Park
featuring The Hanna Barakat Band
Friday, November 9 • 6-8pm

KF Park • 2106 Klattenhoff Drive

Bring your family, blankets or chairs and enjoy the night with your neighbors sharing great food and live music!  There will be food trucks selling a mixture of foods or bring your own!  Sponsored by the WB MUD Recreation Dept.


WB MUD Bulk Trash Day for In-District Residents ONLY
Saturday, November 10 • 8am-2pm • 13905 Thermal
 

For more info, visit:  http://www.wellsbranchmud.com/bulk-items/bulk-trash-household-waste


Thanksgiving Potluck
Saturday, November 17 • 6-8pm
WB Rec. Ctr. • 3000 Shoreline Drive

Bring a covered dish or dessert to share with family friends and neighbors as we all gather for Thanksgiving dinner.  The turkey, ham, dressing, potatoes, bread, and beverages will be provided by the WB MUD.  Brown Santa barrels will be on-site so please bring a non-perishable food item and/or a new or gently used toy.  Sponsored by the WB MUD Recreation Dept.  We hope to see you there! 


Youth Fowl Shot Contest
Tuesday, November 20 • 6-8 pm
WB Rec. Ctr. • 3000 Shoreline Drive

Wells Branch youth are invited to test their basketball skills and maybe win a turkey to take home for Thanksgiving.  The contest starts at 6pm in the WB MUD Rec. Center.  Participants accumulate points by competing in a variety of basketball activities.  Youth will be split into three groups: 8-10, 11-13, and 14-17.  Grand-prize winners from each age group will receive a turkey.  Registration is free and will begin November 13 in the Rec. Center.  Sponsored by WB MUD Recreation Dept.

Wells Branch VOTES!

Election Day is November 6 Early voting begins October 22 and ends November 2 • Elected Officials need to know that Wells Branch is a Voting Community • Not only is it your RIGHT, it is your RESPONSIBILITY • Arm yourself with knowledge • Get informed • Then VOTE!

If you’re not registered yet, we’ll help you get registered.  You must register by October 9 in order to vote in the November 6 election.  Watch our website (wbna.us) for links to voting guides and polling locations.  If you need a ride, we’ll help you get there.  If you have questions, we’ll help you find the answers.  Email VOTE@wbna.us.

Don’t forget!  This election cycle includes some local elections that aren’t partisan.  If you vote a straight party ticket, make sure you scroll all the way to the end of the ballot and vote in the races that aren’t party affiliated (WB MUD Board & RRISD Board elections).  Who you elect at the local level can have a much greater impact on your everyday life than state or national elections.  Don’t forget, both RRISD & PfISD have bond initiatives on the ballot as well.

https://bond.roundrockisd.org/http://www.pfisdbond.net/

National Night Out

America’s Night Out Against Crime
Free Food • Great Company • Door Prizes!
Tuesday, October 2 • 6-8pm • Gazebo at KF Park

Join your Wells Branch neighbors for our night out against crime, Tuesday, October 2, from 6-8pm at the gazebo in Katherine Fleischer Park.  The WBNA will be serving up FREE hotdogs, sausage wraps, fruit & veggies, sodas and chips, and don’t forget the door prizes!

Distinguished guests from the Travis County Sheriff’s Office, ESD No. 2 Fire Dept. and Precinct 2 Constable’s Office will be on hand to visit with residents and answer questions.  Both children and adults will have the opportunity to talk with first responders, receive information on Neighborhood Watch and other programs available to residents, and tour the fire safety house that ESD No. 2 will have onsite.
Come find out what’s going on in our community and discuss with local law enforcement officers and politicians what you can do to help reduce the opportunities for crimes to occur in our neighborhood.
National Night Out’s purpose is to heighten crime and drug prevention awareness, generate support for and participation in local anti-crime efforts, build neighborhood spirit and strengthen our law enforcement-community partnership.  Help send the message to criminals that Wells Branch is organized and fighting back.
Take a stand against crime.  Turn on your porch light and come join your friends and neighbors at the park for food and fellowship.  If you have a Neighborhood Watch group on your block (or even if you don’t) we’d like to encourage you to come eat dinner with us, listen to the speakers, and then return home to your street and gather with your neighbors over dessert to discuss how you can make your homes and our community safer.

We hope to see you there!