Sculptors at Work at the Library–Saturday, September 14

On Saturday, September 14, members of the Texas Society of Sculptors (TSOS) will be doing their best to help you understand and appreciate sculpture. From 9:30-11 a.m., in the Georgetown Public Library’s Hewlett Room, the public is invited to a free class in how to photograph sculpture and other solid objects that reflect light. Don […]


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Live Music at the Library — Sunday, September 15 — Sun City Dulcimers

If you enjoy old-fashioned folk music, you won’t want to miss the Sun City Dulcimers performance on Sunday, September 15, from 2-4 p.m. in the lobby of the Georgetown Public Library. The ensemble, which includes as many as 15 dulcimers, also includes guitar, fiddle, penny whistle, flute, accordion, bass, and a few unusual percussion instruments. […]


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Katie Gosnell Live at the Library on August 18

Singer/songwriter Katie Gosnell will entertain you with her voice and her guitar from 2-4 p.m. on Sunday, August 18. Katie’s music is a diverse world of its own, found somewhere on the borders of folk, pop, blues, classic rock, and even country, like many of her early musical influences. She grew up listening to her […]


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Texas Society of Sculptors Summer Show at the Georgetown Public Library

                  For the fifth year, the Texas Society of Sculptors’ big summer show is at the Georgetown Public Library. This is a major event in which more than 100 pieces by forty-two artists are being shown. The show will remain in place until September 28. The opening […]


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Live Music at the Georgetown Library, Sunday, June 16

Victor Andrada plays guitar and will entertain with jazz, blues, Latin swing, and Americana. His repertoire is large and he enjoys interacting with the audience, so don’t hesitate to ask for your favorites. He will play in the lobby of the Georgetown Public Library from 2-4 p.m., with a short intermission around 3:00. The library’s […]


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Red Poppy 5K Run on April 21

The Red Poppy 5k and Kids Run is this Sunday, April 21 in downtown Georgetown. The 5k timed race starts at 8 a.m. at the intersection of Fourth Street and Scenic Drive and finishes at Blue Hole Park. The one-quarter-mile Kids Run starts at 9 a.m. at Blue Hole Park. The Red Poppy 5k and […]


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Drink Wine, Save Puppies! on May 2

Try delicious wines and appetizers and enjoy fine art with your friends while helping the Georgetown Animal Shelter. Sound like a great evening? Come out to Drink Wine, Save Puppies, a benefit happy hour for the Georgetown Animal Shelter on May 2, sponsored by the Friends of the Georgetown Animal Shelter. The event is from […]


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Work of Heather Johns Kasper at Library during March

Dinka Cows by Heather Johns Kasper Heather Johns Kasper will be showing her oil and acrylic paintings in the Georgetown Public Library’s galleries during March. Her father taught her to draw at a young age, using her own hand as a model. From there she began to draw what she loved, which often was animals. […]


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Sunday, March 17 — Hill Country Winds Octet and Cat Mountain String Quartet

Hill Country Winds Octet On Sunday, March 17, two classical ensembles will share the stage for the library’s monthly live music event. Playing from 2-3 p.m., the Hill Country Winds Octet will entertain with a light classical program. The members of the octet, Andy Ross and Mary Jackson on oboe, Carolyn Ahrens and Karen Kachelmeier […]


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