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ArchivedCity HallParks & Rec ProjectsParks & Recreation

The City will celebrate the grand opening of Garey Park on June 9. At 525-acres, Garey Park is one of the largest city parks in the state and is roughly 1.5 times the size of Zilker Park in Austin. The park, which is located along the South San Gabriel River

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ArchivedCity Hall

Early voting starts Monday, April 23, for the City Council Election in Georgetown. The early in-person voting period is April 23-28 and April 30-May 1. Election Day is May 5. For voters in the City of Georgetown, the May 5 ballot includes the District 1 seat. Incumbent Anna Eby and

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ArchivedTourism

The 19th annual Red Poppy Festival is April 27-29. The signature festival on the Most Beautiful Town Square in Texas starts Friday night and runs all weekend with three days of music, entertainment, family fun, and features more than 120 arts and craft vendors. Joe Nichols is the headliner Saturday

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ArchivedCity HallGeorgetown Public Library

The Georgetown Public Library along with the Southwestern University Environmental Studies Program and Smith Library Center are co-sponsoring a group of Earth Day events at the Georgetown library, 402 W. Eighth St. The library will also host two stand-alone discussions on Barbara Kingsolver’s novel “Flight Behavior.” Southwestern University Economics Professor

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ArchivedCity Hall

The Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization will host a public meeting Tuesday, April 10, to seek public input on its Regional Arterials Plan and its 2019-22 Transportation Improvement Program, which includes a recommendation for $1.38 million of federal funding for access management improvements on Williams Drive in 2019. The meeting

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ArchivedArts & Culture

The City of Georgetown’s Arts and Culture Board has issued a call for artist proposals for a 21-by-15-foot mural to be located on the building at 215 W. Eighth St. The mural will be on the side of the building that faces Rock Street. The goal of the mural is

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ArchivedCity HallParks & Recreation

Georgetown Parks and Recreation will offer a variety of summer camps for area students from June 4-Aug. 10. Resident registration will begin Monday, March 26, and nonresident registration begins Tuesday, March 27. Age requirements, pricing, and schedules vary for each program. Summer camps are not licensed child care programs. All

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ArchivedParks & Recreation

The Georgetown Parks and Recreation Department hosts the annual Eggstravaganza Easter egg hunt at San Gabriel Park on March 24. Children are grouped by age to hunt for candy and toy-filled eggs, including a grand prize golden egg for each age division. Age divisions are age 2 and younger, ages

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Archived

Updated, March 3: University Avenue has been re-opened at College and Walnut Streets. The utility work has been completed. — A one-block section of University Avenue will be closed Saturday, March 3, from 6:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. for water utility repairs across University. Eastbound traffic on University Avenue will

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The next Breakfast Bites meeting on March 7 will feature Cody Miles, president of Brandcave and Ashore, and Rob Redick, president of Daminfine Inc. and Double Wide Decor, on the topic of The Underground Creative Community. The informal meeting starts at 8 a.m. in the Friends Room at the Georgetown

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