A huge thank you to all our clients, past clients, and Travis Country neighbors for joining us this past Saturday for our Annual photos with Santa event! A holly jolly time was had by all, accompanied by tons of festive ornament designing and delicious cupcake decorating! Be sure to take a look at our video compilation of the holiday festivities.
We enjoyed kicking off the holiday season with you all, and look forward to seeing you next year!
Hello, neighbor! It’s almost the most wonderful time of the year! Come celebrate the holidays with the Cain Team at our Annual Holiday in the Park event December 2nd from 12pm-5pm at the Travis Country HOA building located at 4504 Travis Country Circle. Santa is coming to Travis Country and he is ready to spread Christmas cheer! Avoid the chaos of the mall, bring your kiddos to take photos with Santa, enjoy yummy snacks and complete crafts and activities at Santa’s workshop!
Pets are also welcome for photos with Santa, the reindeers have promised to share their treats! We look forward to seeing you and your family for a day full of Christmas glee!
Join us for an Open House in Travis Country this Saturday, November 18th from 1-4 PM!
Spacious two-story estate on an over-sized lot in Travis Country! The master leads to the backyard and contains a large soaking tub and a separate walk-in shower. The open floor plan allows for easy interactions between the kitchen, living area, and dining room. Bonus rooms have the ability to be turned into a game room or at-home office. The detached garage has the capacity for up to 3 cars. The community has amazing amenities, is situated next to Barton Creek greenbelt and award-winning schools!...
Congratulations to our Travis Country Times Coloring Contest winner, Zoe!! Zoe stopped in to say Hi to our team and to pick up the prize for her amazing 'Back to School' coloring entry! Enjoy your Toys-R-Us gift card and congratulations, Zoe!
Be sure to be on the lookout for the next issue of Travis Country Times. Thank you to everyone that submitted their artwork, and we look forward to seeing more next month!
If you haven’t received your issue of the Travis Country Times, please fill out this contact form and let us know that you’d like to get this month’s issue sent to your home. We will contact you to arrange delivery.
We LOVE spending time and getting to know our neighbors, join us this Sunday for the Travis Country Boo Bash! The Travis Country Social Committee is putting together this great event for the whole family to enjoy.
Have a blast with:
The social committee is still in need of volunteers to make this event one for the books. If interested, please sign up at http://signup.com/go/MdqYFKd. If you are interested in volunteering for other TC events and would like to be added to the volunteer email list, contact the TC Social Committee at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We hope to see you and your family there for a spooky good time!...
The TC Social Committee is hosting a Halloween Movie night in Travis Country Circle!! Come enjoy some Halloween spirit with a holiday classic and spooky cartoon for kids of all ages and then stay for a fun full-length movie!
7:00 pm - Pizza delivered
7:30 pm - It's the Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown
8:00 pm - Scooby Doo, A Scooby-Doo Halloween episode
8:30 pm - Hocus Pocus (Common Sense Media review)
FREE Snacks and drinks starting at 7 p.m.
Be sure to bring blankets and possibly chairs (especially the short river chairs so you don't obstruct folks' views behind you) to spread out on the lawn behind the TC Office, outside the fence by the dive pool....
The annual Keller Williams Citywide food drive has once again proven itself a success in reaching out to the people of Central Texas. So far this year's event has produced over 11,000 meals for Central Texas families in need, and we are still counting! With combined efforts of both traditional and virtual efforts, KW agents and staff dedicated their time to make this annual event a wonderful success.
The food drive is an effort of Keller Williams Austin with a goal to extend its culture of giving in the communities that it serves. Our very own Cain Team participated in the event, collecting canned food donations through the South Austin community. Our team is always humbled to be a part of such a great event and look forward to it each fall. Finding ways to give back to our community is something we are so passionate about.
Thank you to all the staff, agents and vendors that made this event such a success. We will see you next year!
Don't forget to claim your FREE Cain Keys for donating on our Loyalty and Rewards program, Cain Club. Use promo code: STOPHUNGER
Keller Williams Realty is committed to serving our community, and want to make a bigger impact with their annual food drive in 2017. Last year, the food drive created more than 14,700 meals for Central Texans in need. This year, they have set a goal of raising 16,000 meals for families. On October 14th from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Keller Williams will be collecting food donations at Riverbend Church.
This Wednesday the Cain Team will be making its way through Travis Country distributing bags for donations. Our team will then be picking up the bags Saturday, October 14th and taken to Riverbend Church for you. Help us reach the goal of raising 16,000 meals for families in need!
We look forward to seeing you!...
Travis Country is having their annual National Night Out! Join your neighbors Tuesday, October 10th from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM for some great neighborhood fun!
National Night Out will consist of FREE pizza (while supplies last) and cold water. A bouncy house, sidewalk chalk, and other activities will be available for the kids.
"This is always the perfect event to get together, meet new neighbors, see old friends, and be reminded how great Travis Country is!"...
The Travis Country Community Garage Sale is scheduled for Saturday and Sunday, September 23 and 24th, starting at 8:00 AM. There will be an ad in the newspaper, TC Notes, as well as various social media outlets. The sale will have no set times and no registration is required for participation. See you there!
Congratulations to our July - August coloring contest winner, Avery Mcfee. Avery received a $25 Toys R Us gift card. Congratulations Avery!
This cute gang of critters was very popular, as we got tons of awesome submissions. Be sure to keep an eye out for our 'back to school' themed coloring contest next issue! Thank you to everyone that submitted their artwork, and we look forward to seeing more next month!
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Please be sure to attend Travis Country's Annual Meeting Tonight!
Wednesday, April 19 - Blue Valley Pavilion
Complimentary Dinner served at 6 p.m. (includes paleo & vegetarian options)
Meeting at 7 p.m.
Please remember to vote!
(Humans only please - no pets permitted...even if they are adorable. Thanks for understanding.)
Travis Country graduating high school and college seniors will be featured in the June 2017 edition of the TC Notes newsletter. Email the following information to email@example.com to feature your senior. Deadline is MAY 15, 2017.
• a picture of your senior
• school attended
• major activities
• post-graduation plans
Join the fun and let's go egg hunting! The annual TC Easter Bash is just around the corner, and we want you to be there! It's an event for the young and young at heart, so make sure you don't miss out on the:
Please RSVP online so we can make sure we have enough food and eggs by clicking on this link.
We also need volunteers to make this event more successful. Think you can lend a hand with egg stuffing and/or hiding them for our kiddos to find? Sign up here or send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org for more information....
The first bird walk of 2017 was a huge success, so make sure to join the next one on Saturday, April 8. Meeting place is at the Travis Country Office, so come equipped and comfortable before 7:30 a.m. Since the birds are nesting and active, spring is officially here, and the weather forecast is good, the second successful Travis Country Bird Walk will soon be underway!
The registration for the Travis Country Sharks is currently ongoing. The summer swim team is a good opportunity for residents aged 5 to 18 to make friends and acquire necessary swimming skills. To learn more about the local team and register, please click here.
We need volunteers! our TC Easter Bash has always been a success, and we want to keep it that way! Got some free time on your hands? Please help us out and sign up for a shift next Saturday, April 15, 2017, 7:30-11 a.m. We're using SignUp to organize the volunteers for the event, so all you have to do is click here to get logged into the volunteer group, choose what you'd like to do to help, and that's it! No registration required.
Most of the birds have built their nests, so it's official: the bird nesting season in TC is in full swing! With 36 nest boxes for birds and 2 for bats, make sure to stay updated with their progress by checking ...
The first Travis Country Spring Bird Walk of 2017 was a proven bestseller, thanks to the attendees who joined in on the fun in spite of light rains. Last week's event started with a cheery assembly albeit gloomy weather at Blue Valley. Both young and old folks enjoyed the views and community walk as our avian friends generously provided some wonderful sightings to our eager watchers. Here is a list of birds that were observed in the bird walk:
1 Blue-headed Vireo
1 Black-crested Titmouse
1 Great Blue Heron
1 Northern Cardinal
1 Yellow-rumped Warbler
3 Blue Jay
3 Ruby-crowned Kinglet
5 Carolina Chickadee
8 White-winged Dove
9 Common Grackle, and;
40 Cedar Waxwing
Plans for succeeding bird walks are underway and announcements will be made at Travis Country's official Facebook page and the Travis Country Online website, so stay tuned!...
Join us as we kick off this year's Bird Walk season for 2017! We will be having this year's Travis Country Spring Bird Walk on Saturday, March 11. Attendees are required to be at the Blue Valley office by 7:30 a.m. sharp.
Weather forecasts in the area appear to be rainy, but the BIrd Walk will push through regardless, except if it rains on Saturday, 7:30 a.m. If it rains the night before, attendees are encouraged to come join the fun with their fun rubber boots on!
This is the perfect time to bond with family and friends as we appreciate the beauty of our community and its exquisite scenery and wildlife. See you there!
For more information about this event, you may access the official Facebook page managed by the Travis Country HOA....
Aside from our impressive report on real estate stats in Austin for 2016, we've got some good news about our performance in Travis Country, too! Using data collected from the MLS, we have compiled a metric measuring how well we fared in providing our excellent home buying and home selling services to our clients in this amazing community.
Here are some of the things you might want to know that truly attest to us being "the most trusted home buying and home selling team" in Travis Country!
We may not be the biggest team in Austin, but we hold true to our word that we are "the most trusted home buying and home selling team", and for good reason! As we gear towards growing our team this 2017 to service more clients in Travis Country, we aim to provide the same kind of excellent service to more people. If you or anybody you know needs people they can trust for their home buying or home selling needs, please do get in touch with us. And for professionals...
The 3rd annual Bird Walks in Travis Country finally have a schedule! Join us as we enjoy the beauty of our outdoors and appreciate the abundance of our avian friends on the 2nd Saturday of March, April, May & June.
The Bird Walk will begin at the Blue Valley Park, where participants will walk around the Blue Valley Lake to find and identify spring resident and migrating birds in the area. The group will head next to the Carrington Prairie (an AISD land parcel) to look for additional warblers and song birds.
Glen Novinger will lead the Bird Walks. Each Saturday schedule will begin at the Blue Valley Office at 7:30 a.m on these dates:
Participants are encouraged to bring binoculars and a bird book. If you don't have either (or both), you can still attend. This event is ideal for individuals 12+ years of age. Please refrain from bringing your dogs along so as not to disturb our feathered friends. For more details on the TC Bird Walks, please access the post from their official Facebook page by clicking on this link....
With New Yea'rs Eve just one night away, everybody's excited to celebrate the coming of 2017! But don't let the excitement cloud your judgment. New Year's Eve is one of a few occasions where many get hurt. To stay safe as we celebrate the New Year, here are some safety tips we have compiled for you:
1. Don't Drink & Drive - New Year's Eve is a time to party, so expect that you'll be enjoying a few "happy drinks" even if you didn't intend to because you were driving home. Instead of planning the evening out like this, don't bring your car and take a taxi. Better yet, join a carpool or ride with someone sober and have this arrangement finalized before you start drinking. We're not saying it's best to stay sober when everyone else is partying hard; you might not want to sober, but you sure want to be safe, right?
2. Check the house before leaving - aside from the rare chance of a housefire starting due to firecrackers, it's more likely for a housefire to start when appliances are left turned on or problematic electrical systems mysteriously decide to act up when you're not home. It's best to close all doors and windows before you leave to prevent firecrakers from accidentally getting into the house. Turn off the lights and appliances, too. It's best to have your home checked for fire safety annually to rid yourself of this worry. Oh, and make sure that your grill is off after cooking that pre-party BBQ with the family.
3. Bring some crackers and water before travelling - What the-- are you serious, The Cain Team? Well, if you are one of the many who needs to go on a long commute home to celebrate with the family, the traffic jams along the way can prove too much for a stomach looking forward to the family's New Year's eve dinner. Just prepare for a possible extended travel time and avoid coming home all grumpy because you are hungry and missed dinner by five hours...