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Annual Events in Westlake
The Town of Westlake hosts many events throughout the year. We hope that you and your family will plan to attend one or more of the events listed below.

MasterWorks Free Concert Series
Held annually each spring in the Solana Village Circle Courtyard, the MasterWorks Free Concert Series is jointly hosted by the Arts Council Northeast, Cushman-Wakefield (property managers of Solana), and the Town of Westlake.

Arbor Day
Held annually each spring, Arbor Day promotes tree conservation and is a fun-filled family event held on a Saturday.

Decoration Day
Held annually on Memorial Day in May, Decoration Day is a special time to honor those men and women who have lost their lives in service to our great nation and thank their families, and all who have served - past and present.

Vintage Classic Car Show
Held annually on the third Saturday in October, the Westlake Vintage Classic Car Show is a great time to discover the Golden Era of the Automobile.  This is a car show for vintage classic original or restored-to-original automobiles, trucks, and pickups for 1909-1959 models only.

Community Tree Lighting
Historically held annually (2004 - 2015) the week following Thanksgiving, the Community Tree Lighting is a free community event with music, warm beverages, and family fun while citizens light up the town tree on the Westlake Academy campus. While this event was paused in 2016, many residents missed this event and plans are underway now to bring this small, hometown event back this year (2017) in Solana.  Please check back later for more details! 

Historical Marker Dedication Days
Held each year in the spring and/or fall, an informative dedication program is held on a local site in Westlake, previously identified by the Westlake Historical Preservation Society as having strong historical roots in the development of Westlake and the surrounding Cross Timbers region.

Please view a brief video of our latest (and 7th) historical marker dedication at Mahotea Boone Trail, held March 25, 2017.