Georgetown Public Library and Congregation Havurah Shalom present Whoever Saves a Single Life exhibit
The Georgetown Public Library and Congregation Havurah Shalom are proud to share Whoever Saves a Single Life: Rescuers of Jews During the Holocaust, a Traveling Exhibit provided by the Jewish Foundation for the Righteous. This exhibit will be open and available for viewing during all open Library hours between March 18
The library is currently accepting proposals for art exhibits in the 2019 calendar year from local artists and art organizations. All the details can be found by clicking on Adults in the left-hand navigation menu, then going to the Art Exhibits page, and looking under Exhibiting Your Work. The deadline
We are pleased to announce that the Georgetown Public Library and Assistance League of Georgetown Area are partnering again to host a fundraiser Saturday, May 19, at 6 p.m. called Through the Looking Glass. Guests can indulge in food inspired by the Mad Hatter’s tea party and enjoy activities such
In celebration of October as Family History Month, the GPL will join with the Genealogy Network of Texas (GNT) for a collaborative event on 20 October. The GNT is a state-wide initiative to connect libraries and provide educational and research opportunities and is spearheaded by the Genealogy Center of the
GPL Cinema has two showings for the month of October! Ghostbusters on October 6 at 6:30 p.m. and Halloweentown on October 13 at 4 p.m. We’ll have popcorn for snacking, as usual! These screenings are free and open to the public. Discretion is advised for Ghostbusters, but Halloweentown is all
Georgetown Public Library and Courageous Conversations Partner for Hispanic Heritage Month Program Series
In partnership with Courageous Conversations, Georgetown Public Library invites you to join us for a series of programs in acknowledgement of Hispanic Heritage Month 2017. Book Discussions: The Distance Between Us, by Reyna Grande Reyna Grande’s memoir explores the effects of her parents’ emigration from Mexicoo the united States on Grande’s
Graphic Novel Book Club will be back at Roots Bistro on September 20 at 6 p.m. to talk about what we’re reading! We don’t have a theme this month, so read whatever you would like. This book club is adult oriented and will be discussing adult themes using appropriate language.
We’re back with another Graphic Novel Book Club at Roots Bistro on July 19 at 6 p.m. We’ll have food, giveaways, and talk about what we’ve read this month. The theme for July is adaptations, so any classic book that has been adapted to the graphic novel format is welcome!
Look at all the fun things happening at the library this week! Kids This week we welcome Safari Greg on Tuesday June 27 at 10:30 am. Safari Greg blends wild animals and magic for a furrtastic time. All Ages. Tickets are required. Due to limited space, FREE tickets for each performance will be
Kids This week we have music and fun with Mr. Bus Driver Man Sir & Her. All Ages. Tickets are required. Due to limited space, FREE tickets for each performance will be issued beginning at 9:30 am the day of the performance. First come, first served. Groups: Every program is super packed
The WOW!mobile will be out of service Monday, 5/29 through Thursday, 6/1 for maintenance. Regular WOW!mobile services will resume Monday, June 5. If you just can’t wait to get your hands on some library materials until that beautiful bus returns, stop by the library! We’ll also have fun and FREE
This January and February, Georgetown Public Library renews its partnership with Courageous Conversations of Georgetown, TX to host a series of moderated conversations about race and social justice. The conversations will use the three-volume graphic memoir March, by Congressman John Lewis, as a basis for discussions modeled on the
As part of the Georgetown Public Library’s participation in the Family Place Libraries program, the Library is developing a brand new Parenting Collection! This Parenting Collection will offer books and other materials about child development, early learning, and parenting skills. We want to build a collection that truly supports our
[toggles class=”yourcustomclass”] [toggle title=”Hours & Help” class=”in”] Tax season has arrived at the GPL! We’ve got free help and some limited forms to help you get your taxes done. Please note, not all forms are available in the library. No instructional booklets were available this year in hard copy, but the
Thank you to everyone who participated in this year’s Gingerbread Extravaganza! Once again the library lobby smells wonderful and looks so very festive. We love the Gingerbread Houses and hope you do too.
Weekdays from December 21 through December 31, the library will close at 6:00 p.m. Closings on Saturdays and Sundays will remain at 5:00 p.m. The library will be closed December 24 and 25 and January 1. The drive-through bookdrop will be open at all times for your convenience. Regular hours
Are you a pop culture omnivore? Do you have a pop culture obsession? Does pop culture rule your world? The library is proud to present our newest event…Fandomonium! A mini comic convention for all ages. This event is free and open to the public. Bust out those costumes and come dressed
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
The library will be closed for staff training February 27th. No items will be due this day. The outdoor book drop on the 9th street side will be open for returning any items. The online catalog will be available to renew or reserve any items. We’ll be open again bright