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for your support!

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Creek Explorers is a circle of individuals who are committed to the creation and maintenance of a chain of extraordinary urban parks around a restored Waller Creek. Creek Explorers contribute unrestricted gifts of $1,500 or more, providing a crucial runway of support as we build the programs that will make Waller Creek Park a vibrant and active greenspace.

Three-year commitments from Creek Explorers provide Waller the Conservancy with predictable revenue that allows us to plan for the future, and helps eliminate renewal mailings or lapses in your membership. One-time gifts are greatly appreciated too.

All Creek Explorers enjoy these benefits:

Current Creek Explorers

Jenny and Dan Ahearn Janet and Wilson Allen America Alva and Bryan Rubio Charles Attal
Gene Attal
Allison and Steve Baker
Dinah and Barry Barksdale
Melanie Barnes
Carol and Charles Barnett
Cindy and Pat Behling
Laura and Kyndel Bennett
Laura and Steve Beuerlein
Lori and Tito Beveridge
Julie Blakeslee and John Spong
Ruthie and Gene Burrus
Marian and Chris Casey
Brent Chambers
Jamie and Blake Chandlee
Amy and John Chronis
Michelle and Alan Cline
Megan and Marshall Coover
Marie Crane
Eleanor Crook
Jessica and Paul D’Arcy
Griffin Davis
Suzanne Deal Booth
Michael Doherty
Rosemary and Russell Douglass
Sue Edwards and David Bodenman
Mindy Ellmer
Susan and Gary Farmer
Cissie and Dillon Ferguson
Gretchen and Art Flatau
Eric Goff
David and Stephanie Goodman
Deborah Green and Clayton Aynesworth
Janet Harman and Kent Mayes
Erin and Scott Hentschel
Kelly Hines and Dean Almy
Stacy and Joel Hock
Jane and Jeff Howard
Katherine Hudson
Cheline Jaidar
Lori and Jim Johnson
Brenda and Jonny Jones
Jeanne and Mickey Klein
Ben Lamm
Diane Land and Mayor Steve Adler
Liz Lee
Carolyn Lewis
Jeanne and Lew Little
Kathleen and Christopher Loughlin
Susan and Richard Marcus
Mary and Michael Marinelli
Donald Marron
Suzanne McFayden
Lynn and Tom Meredith
Fredericka and David Middleton
Stacey and Mark Moore
Melanie and Peter Mullan
Evvie Nazro
Amanda and Brad Nelsen
Tory and Milam Newby
Evie and Cash Nickerson
Nona Niland
Deborah and Larry Peel
Theodore Perlman
Mary Rose and Christopher Rassier
Jean and Dan Rather
Pam and Michael Reese
Lora Reynolds and Quincy Lee
DK and Mike Reynolds
Elizabeth and Rob Rogers
Magdalena Rood and Leslie M. Moore
Rebecca Rooney
Eddie Safady
Claire Saunders
Frank D. Schubert
Donna Stockton Hicks
Gail and Rodney Susholtz
Hannah Temple and Christopher Sanders
Colleen and Tom Terkel
Margot and Grant Thomas
Jeff Trigger
Elisabeth and Alex Tynberg
Melba and Ted Whatley
Catherine and David Wilkes
Sandra and Walter Wilkie
Peggy and Matt Winkler
Liz Young and Tommy Vascocu

Upcoming Events

The Contemporary Austin and Waller Creek Conservancy announce an upcoming two-part outdoor exhibition of large-scale installations by Chinese artist and political activist Ai Weiwei, to go on view to the public beginning June 3! Be the first to see this stunning sculpture by one of the most significant artists of our time.

Waller Creek Kayak Cleanup
Jun 10 10am—12pm

Join GenWaller, Keep Austin Beautiful, and Sierra Club for a cleanup unlike any other! Volunteers will cleanup Lady Bird Lake and the Waller Delta on kayak.

Second Annual GenWaller Games: Co-Ed Sand Volleyball Tournament
Jun 11 11am—6pm
Aussie's Grill & Beach Bar

Join us at the Second Annual GenWaller Games: Co-Ed Sand Volleyball Tournament on June 11 at Aussie's Grill & Beach Bar!

Save the date for the 6th Annual Waller Creek Benefit Concert on Wednesday, October 11 at Stubb’s Waller Creek Amphitheater. All proceeds from the event benefit Waller Creek Conservancy.

Creek Show 2017
Nov 10-18, nightly 6pm-10pm
Waller Creek Btwn 5th St & 8th St

Creek Show 2017 returns November 10-18 for nine nights of free light-based, site-specific art installations along Waller Creek. Stroll along the creek, between 5th and 8th Streets, while taking in six new illuminating works of light-based art. This free event will captivate visitors through visionary art that illustrates the intersection of natural environment, innovative design, and urban life.