Tax Help at the Library

Tax Help at the Library

Free tax help from AARP is at the Library this tax season, starting on Feb. 1 through April 18. Sessions will be on Wednesdays and Saturdays.

Please check- in downstairs. Tax forms are available in the lobby. Please ask at the desk if you need assistance printing a specific form.

  • Wednesdays 9:30 A.M. to 3:45 P.M., By appointment only (schedule here)
  • Saturdays 9:30 A.M. to 3:45 P.M., Walk-In Service, first come, first served
  • An unstaffed telephone line is available at 512-686-8571. Please leave a voicemail and AARP volunteers will get back to you.

For a list of other area locations, visit the Williamson County AARP website.

Please bring these forms and review this checklist of important items to bring, which includes:

  • Government issued photo ID for all adults on your return
  • A social security card for everyone on your return
  • 2020 and 2021 tax return and any paperwork (W-2,1099, etc.)

Logo for AARP foundation Tax-Aide

Art Exhibits at the Library

The Georgetown Public Library hosts art exhibits year-round, and we are proud to have received the Gold award for “Best Place to View Art” in the Best of Georgetown Awards every year since 2018. Each year from 2014-2017 the library received the Silver award in that category.

Below is a calendar of current and upcoming exhibits and events. You can click on each exhibit title to see an image and find additional information about the exhibit. Artists who are interested in exhibiting in the library can scroll down to Exhibiting Your Work in the Library for information about our annual open call for proposals.

The library is also a City Sculpture Tour location.

june 2023

16mayAll Day18junGretchen Johnston: Impressions of Georgetown

16mayAll Day18junWilliamson County Art Guild: The Flavors of Texas

20junAll Day23julShruti Mehta: Namaste India

20junAll Day23julLaWann Tull: It's All About the Lights

23jun4:00 pm6:00 pmArtist Reception for Shruti Mehta

23jun4:00 pm6:00 pmArtist Reception for LaWann Tull

july 2023

20junAll Day23julShruti Mehta: Namaste India

20junAll Day23julLaWann Tull: It's All About the Lights

25julAll Day31augSherilyn Vineyard: Hidden in Plain Sight

28jul4:00 pm6:00 pmArtist Reception for Sherilyn Vineyard

august 2023

25julAll Day31augSherilyn Vineyard: Hidden in Plain Sight


Exhibiting Your Work in the Library

The library highly values artists and their work. During each year’s open call, artists and organizations are invited to submit proposals for the next year’s exhibits. 

Proposals for exhibits in 2024 were accepted through May 15, 2023. Proposals for exhibits in 2025 will be accepted in spring 2024. Applicants will be sent messages through Submittable.

If you are considering submitting a proposal for an exhibit in 2024, please look over these documents:

You can submit a proposal in one of two ways: online or by mail/hand delivery. Please note that there is no advantage to submitting proposals early; proposals received March 1 are given the same consideration as those received May 15.

  • Online (strongly preferred). The best option is to submit a proposal and upload your images using Submittable. Submittable works best with the Chrome web browser. You just need to create a free Submittable account in order to submit your proposal online. Read more about Submittable here or click below to visit the Submittable site.
  • By Mail or Hand-delivery (for those who cannot do electronic submissions).  Artists either mail or hand-deliver the form with up to six printed images attached. Your printed proposal form and printed images must be received in the library between March 1 and May 15, whether mailed or hand-delivered. If you would like a MS Word version of the form, contact Ann Evans (see below). The library’s address is 402 W. 8th Street, Georgetown, Texas 78626.

Emailed forms and images are not accepted. If you are able to submit your proposal electronically (the preferred method), please do so through Submittable.

Proposals for art exhibits in the Georgetown Public Library require the same information whether they are submitted online or on paper:

  • Proposed exhibit title
  • Description of proposed exhibit concept
  • Exhibit locations you would prefer (second floor Bridge Gallery, second floor Hall Gallery, or first floor Café Gallery, which includes the wall near the public use computers and two walls by the library café)
  • Up to six images of your work
  • The URL to your website (optional)
  • A description of your artwork in general
  • A little about your art background, with the option to upload or attach a resume
  • Your availability to install and remove an exhibit in any given month of the year

Proposals that are not selected may be considered in the case of future cancellations.

Thank you for your interest in exhibiting your work at Georgetown Public Library!

Please contact Ann Evans, Adult Services Librarian, at or 512-930-6614 with any questions.


Live Music at the Library

The Georgetown Public Library hosts “Live Music at the Library” at 2 pm the third Sunday of most months of the year; the concerts are free and open to the public, but seating is limited to 200 attendees. Check the Library Events Calendar or click on the listings below for more information about each performance.

The Live Music in the Library series is a gift of the Friends of the Georgetown Public Library.


18jun2:00 pm3:30 pmLive Music at the Library: Joseph Palmer - Classical Guitarist


16jul2:00 pm3:30 pmLive Music at the Library: Swing Shift

Questions? Contact Joshua Macias, reference librarian, by email or by calling 512-819-3126.