The City of Georgetown will hold a free public screening of the new documentary Happening: A Clean Energy Revolution in the Georgetown Public Library’s Hewlett Room on Monday, Dec. 11. The screening starts at 7 p.m., which is the same time as the premiere of the film on HBO. In
This month we’re screening two holiday films to get you excited for the season. On December 3 at 2 p.m. we’re showing Frank Capra’s holiday classic, It’s a Wonderful Life. On December 22 at 3 p.m. we’re showing an all ages, feel good film…Snow Buddies! Both screenings are all ages
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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
From March 1-May 15, artists and organizations are invited to submit proposals for exhibits in 2018 in the Georgetown Public Library. Currently, the open exhibit dates for 2018 are in May, June, July, August, November, and December. Proposals that are not selected for those months may be considered in the case of cancellations in
Drop off your stuffed animal at the library for a fun overnight adventure. Join us the next morning for a light breakfast, slideshow, and to pick up your friend. Follow the fun all night long via Facebook at facebook.com/GeorgetownTexasLibrary For more information contact Children’s Librarian Bethni King at 512.930.3551 or firstname.lastname@example.org Drop
Creative Georgetown is an event for everyone who has an interest in the arts in Georgetown—whether you have attended one play or acted in many, taken in an exhibit at the art center or taken a painting class, enjoyed a historical downtown tour or stumbled upon a concert on the Square, you
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
Join us for a series of programs focused on Hispanic identity in Texas. Three documentary films will be followed by moderated discussions. Each event is free and open to the public. Wednesday, October 5, 6:30 PM Remember the Alamo Wednesday, October 12, 6:30 PM Justice for my People: the Hector
We’ve got to acknowledge the elephant in the room…we’re having a Zootopia screening! August 19th at 2 PM. Blow off the last of your summer steam before school starts with the GPL, popcorn, and Zootopia! This screening is FREE, all ages, and open to the public.
Wow! It’s hard to believe summer fun at the library is really coming to an end. Georgetown teens read an astounding 1323.5 hours to go above and beyond the goal of 1200 hours. Four lucky teens are going home with some really cool swag bags. Congratulations to our four grand