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Grand Opening of Thrive

Save the Date: May 30
Post Date:March 04, 2020
The public is invited to attend the grand opening of Thrive, the City of Lewisville’s new 87,000-square-foot multigenerational recreation center, located at 1950 S. Valley Parkway, starting at 10 a.m. on Saturday, May 30.

Attendees will get to enjoy a day of activities, exploration, and fun as they tour the facility and learn about all the amenities and classes that will be offered. Specific details about the day’s festivities will be released in coming weeks.

Annual Thrive memberships are now available for purchase. Prices range from $25 to $210 a year for an individual. Family and corporate rates also are available. Memberships can be purchased online through Amilia. Memberships will start once Thrive opens; however, members will have immediate access to Herring Recreation Center, 191 Civic Circle.

Thrive will feature a natatorium, gymnasiums, an indoor walking track, expanded fitness area, community rooms, indoor playground, and more than 14,000 square feet of space dedicated to activities for senior adults. It also will feature a permanent public art component that flows naturally through the building.

Thrive was a top priority of the Lewisville 2025 vision plan. In 2015, voters approved Thrive’s construction as part of the largest bond package in Lewisville’s history. Once complete, Thrive will offer more than 100 hours of play and exercise a week.

To learn more about Thrive, planned activities, facility rentals, and to register for Summer programs, please visit Be sure to follow LewisvilleThrive on Facebook, LVThrive on Twitter, and LewisvilleThrive on Instagram for all the latest event updates and to share your Thrive experience with the community.