Stage 3 water restrictions extended for western portion of Georgetown water service area

Other Georgetown water customers may continue one-day-per-week watering Customers in the western side of the City of Georgetown’s service area – generally the areas west of D.B. Wood Road and southwest of Williams Drive – will remain in Drought Stage 3 restrictions until further notice due to the prolonged drought and continued water supply challenges. … Continue reading “Stage 3 water restrictions extended for western portion of Georgetown water service area”

Georgetown on Top Christmas Destinations in America List

Georgetown was recently named a top 50 Christmas destination in America in a list published by Newsmax, an online news source. Georgetown is number 7 in the U.S. on the list and is the only Texas city in the top 19 places. San Antonio is number 20. According to the article, “Newsmax has rounded up … Continue reading “Georgetown on Top Christmas Destinations in America List”

Summer Movies in the Park Series

Thursday, August 13, 2015 Movie: Big Hero 6 (PG) Thursday, October 29, 2015 (in conjunction with our Halloween Festival) Movie: Disney’s Halloweentown (PG) Movie will start at 6:45 p.m. The movies will be held in the gazebo area of San Gabriel Park in Georgetown. The movie will begin at sunset, approximately 8:45 p.m.

Minnie & Ella Jordan Return to Play Live at the Library Aug. 23

Minnie & Ella Jordan will appear next in the Georgetown Public Library’s “Live Music at the Library” series. They will perform on Sunday, August 23, at 2 p.m. in the library Lobby. Minnie & Ella Jordan play swing, hot jazz, and standards from the ’20s and ’30s. They sing and play fiddle, guitar, tenor guitar, and mandolin. They … Continue reading “Minnie & Ella Jordan Return to Play Live at the Library Aug. 23”

Marking History on the Square: Postponed

Updated, May 15: The Marking History walking tour and the Historic Marker Rehabilitation Workshop that were scheduled for tomorrow have been postponed due to the forecast for rain. The City and The Williamson Museum will publicize the new date when the events are re-scheduled. —- Local history experts in period costumes will tell stories from … Continue reading “Marking History on the Square: Postponed”

Breakfast Bites on May 20: Capitalizing on Cultural Arts

Georgetown’s historic downtown area became a state-designated cultural district in 2013. The official listing by the Texas Commission on the Arts recognizes the many arts and cultural offerings in the 40-block downtown overlay area. Georgetown has one of 26 cultural districts in 23 Texas cities. The Breakfast Bites panel on May 20 will look at … Continue reading “Breakfast Bites on May 20: Capitalizing on Cultural Arts”

Red Poppy Festival on the Square April 24 – 26

The poppies have splashed the town in red—a sure sign it’s time for the Red Poppy Festival, Georgetown’s energetic celebration of spring. Join us on the Most Beautiful Town Square in Texas April 24 – 26 for three days of music, entertainment, and family fun. The Friday night concert with Dysfunkshun Junkshun starts at 7 … Continue reading “Red Poppy Festival on the Square April 24 – 26”

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