The Breakfast Bites meeting June 3 will feature Georgetown Downtown and Historic Planner Britin Bostick presenting on “Georgetown Hidden Histories.” The informal meeting opens at 8:15 a.m. in the Council & Court Building, 510 W. Ninth St. The presentation will start at 8:30 a.m.
Looking at the historic districts today, it can be hard to imagine the dirt streets, wandering livestock, and scant trees of Georgetown’s early years. Join Bostick as she takes a tour through some fun and fascinating places you may not know ever existed through a great collection of maps, photos, and documents. The presentation will also include an update on the Downtown and Old Town Overlay Design Guidelines update project.
At the June 3 meeting, there will also be updates from City staff on a variety of topics, as well as updates from downtown partner organizations and new businesses in the downtown district that have opened or are under construction.
Breakfast Bites is a quarterly meeting of the Georgetown Main Street Program. Limited seating is available. If you plan to attend, please RSVP by 5 p.m. on Wednesday, June 2, online at https://bit.ly/3beDwXB.
Participants are encouraged to wear a mask or face covering and maintain physical distancing of at least six feet. Hand sanitizer will also be available for attendees. Food and drink will not be provided during the event due to COVID-19 safety restrictions.