Something’s Always Happening in Georgetown Texas
Enjoy These Fun Community Events in Georgetown, Texas
Georgetown is a community rich in traditions and celebrations. The various festivals and parades, and associated events, reflect the small town charm of Georgetown. From the lighting of the Christmas Tree in December to April’s Red Poppy Festival, monthly First Fridays (February through November), Second Saturday Market Days (March through November) and Concerts, and more... you'll appreciate the classic, hometown feeling.
Held annually in April to celebrate the bright red wildflowers that dot the yards through Old Town, the Red Poppy Festival includes the Red Poppy Market Place which features artisans from across the nation, the Open Car Show, the Safe Place Kids Village, and a Saturday Night Concert and Street Dance!
The first week in June finds Georgetown celebrating the works of selected composers with the Festival of the Arts. This year marks the 12th anniversary of the Festival with the theme, “Fire and Ice in Georgetown: The Lives and Music of Edward Grieg, Jan Sibelius, and Nielsen and other Nordic Composers.” The Festival includes a variety of symposiums and concerts featuring international as well as local artists. In addition, there will be a showing of Peer Gynt, a 1941 film adaptation of the famous play with 17-year old Charlton Heston in the lead role. A popular family event is the concert in San Gabriel Park on Saturday evening, this year featuring Georgetown High School Music Ensembles to be followed by a spectacular fireworks display.
The Most Beautiful Town Square in Texas provides an idyllic setting for Music on the Square, a free summer concert series on Friday nights June through August.
One of the largest family events in Central Texas, Georgetown's Fourth of July celebration sponsored by the Sertoma Club is held along the river at San Gabriel Park and features vendors, petting zoo, parade, live entertainment, train rides and more. A highlight of the celebration is the fabulous fireworks finale at dark.
The Christmas season is a particularly special time on the Georgetown Square. The Lighting of the Square held at dusk the Friday after Thanksgiving, kicks off the holiday season with families and friends gathering on the Square to sing Christmas carols and enjoy hot chocolate and cookies as they watch the Square come alive with Christmas lights. The Georgetown Christmas Stroll held on the first Saturday of December includes a hometown holiday parade, Bethlehem Village, over 100 arts and crafts booths, live entertainment, children's activities, and of course, the shops on the Square are decked out for the holidays.
Georgetown, TX Entertainment Day and Night, Indoors and Out
This former movie house in the historic downtown district is home to a year-round season of live theater productions including musicals, comedies, and dramas.
Classical music lovers will appreciate the work of the Georgetown Symphony Society in supporting performances of the quality Temple and Round Rock Symphomny Orchestras at the Klett Center for the Performing Arts at Georgetown High School. The six-concert season is very popular with retirees in Georgetown as well as the general public.
12-screen Movie Theater features Art Deco style. Enjoy a movie and dinner with “in-theatre dining.” Order your favorite burger, pizza, or salad and it will be delivered to you while you enjoy your movie.
San Gabriel Park
200 year-old oak trees provide shade for concerts, festivals, family picnics, games of touch football or Frisbee, canoeing, swimming and fishing, too.
Mel’s Lone Star Lanes
More than fabulous bowling, it’s a sports bar, restaurant, arcade and party place rolled into one.
Sporting Venues In and Around Georgetown, TX
Many retirees enjoy attending Georgetown High School sports events. This is so popular with Sun City residents that that they have their own Eagle Boosters Club. A faithful following of Sun Citians faithfully support and attend football, boy and girls basketball, and girls volleyball.
The Round Rock Express, the 3-A team for the Texas Rangers, and the Texas Stars, afilliate of the Dallas Stars, are wtihin 30 minutes of Georgetown and offer fun outings. For those desiring upper-level profesional sports, the Dallas Cowboys, Mavericks, and Stars are an easy three-hour drive and the San Antonio Spurs a two-hour drive.
And, of course, being less than an hour from the University of Texas, a wide range of sporting events are easily accessible.
Georgetown, Texas: An Amazing Place to Call Home Year-round
Georgetown Texas is the kind of community that offers its residents world class amenities without losing touch with its close sense of community.
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