Red Poppy Festival in downtown Georgetown on April 22-24

Rodney Atkins to headline Red Poppy Festival The City of Georgetown’s Red Poppy Festival has a new headliner this year. Country music artist Rodney Atkins will take the main stage at 9:30 p.m. Saturday, April 23. Atkin’s singles include “Watching You,” “Farmer’s Daughter,” “Going Through Hell,” and “Caught Up In The Country.” Saturday’s initial headliner, … Continue reading “Red Poppy Festival in downtown Georgetown on April 22-24”

Jack Ingram to headline Red Poppy Festival

This year the City of Georgetown celebrates the Red Poppy Festival with Saturday night headliner country music artist Jack Ingram. Ingram’s singles include “Love You,” “Wherever You Are,” “Barefoot and Crazy,” and “Lips of an Angel.” This signature festival on the Most Beautiful Town Square in Texas is April 22-24 with live music, entertainment, family … Continue reading “Jack Ingram to headline Red Poppy Festival”

Best of Georgetown, TX winners announced

The votes are in for the best places in Georgetown. Here are some of the gold (first-place) winners: Best Overall Restaurant Blue Corn Harvest Bar & Grill Best Veterinary/Pet Services Zoot Pet Hospital and Luxury Boarding Best Boutique BiG Café and Shop See a complete list of gold, silver, and bronze winners at Winning … Continue reading “Best of Georgetown, TX winners announced”

Lighting of the Square on Nov. 26

Celebrate the holiday season at the annual Lighting of the Square event on the day after Thanksgiving, Friday, Nov. 26.  The event will be held on the east steps of the historic Williamson County Courthouse, 710 S. Main St. The festivities include entertainment from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Mayor Josh Schroeder and Williamson County Judge … Continue reading “Lighting of the Square on Nov. 26”

Nominate and vote for the Best of Georgetown, TX

Where’s the best food and drink in Georgetown? Where’s your favorite place to shop? What are the best things to do? During the month of November, nominate and vote in the online poll for the Best of Georgetown, TX with 44 categories for local businesses, attractions, services, and activities in Georgetown. The Nomination Phase will begin … Continue reading “Nominate and vote for the Best of Georgetown, TX”

POPPtoberFest in downtown Georgetown Oct. 1-3

Celebrate the City of Georgetown’s POPPtoberFest event on the most beautiful town square in Texas. The festival, this year’s rescheduled Red Poppy Festival, kicks off at 6 p.m. Friday, Oct. 1, and runs through 5 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 3, with three days of music, entertainment, family fun, and more than 75 arts and craft vendors. … Continue reading “POPPtoberFest in downtown Georgetown Oct. 1-3”

Hunt for treasures at downtown Spring Fling on April 24

The City of Georgetown is hosting a Spring Fling on April 24 in downtown Georgetown. Participants can search for hidden treasures throughout downtown while shopping and dining at downtown businesses with spring specials. There will be a total of 20 treasure boxes hidden outdoors on public property (e.g. sidewalks, sculptures, around the Courthouse) between Sixth … Continue reading “Hunt for treasures at downtown Spring Fling on April 24”

Experience the Lights

Celebrate this holiday season in Georgetown with twinkling lights, local shopping and dining, and music around the Most Beautiful Town Square in Texas. To keep the community safe, the City is putting a new twist to our traditional Lighting of the Square event. The lights around the Square and County Courthouse will be turned on … Continue reading “Experience the Lights”

Vote for the Best of Georgetown, TX

Voting for the annual Best of Georgetown, TX contest is now underway. Now is your chance to tell us your favorite Georgetown businesses and organizations. What is the best boutique in Georgetown? Who gives the best hair cut? Where is the best live entertainment? What about the best bed and breakfast? Tell us before voting … Continue reading “Vote for the Best of Georgetown, TX”

2020 Red Poppy Festival canceled

The 21st annual Red Poppy Festival, which was rescheduled from April to October, has been canceled due to concerns about the COVID-19 pandemic. City Council unanimously directed staff to cancel the event during its July 14 meeting. “We reluctantly canceled POPPtober fest out of an abundance of caution for public safety. It was clear we … Continue reading “2020 Red Poppy Festival canceled”

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