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The Georgetown Public Library and Assistance League of Georgetown Area will host its first “An Evening in Paris” fundraiser Saturday, April 8 from 6-8 p.m. in the library. The event will feature live music by jazz quartet Art & Candy as well as raffle items, including an oil painting and

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  Teen Book Club will meet Thursday, February 23 at 5:30 pm in the Friends Room (218) upstairs at the Library. This is an informal book club, so you don’t have to read a specific title! Come prepared to gab about what you’re reading lately. What are you loving (or

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Join the 4H Mentor Up teens for Wired Wednesday today, February 15.  3:30-4:30 is one-on-one tech assistance; 4:30-5 the Mentor Up teens will teach a class on using Facebook.  

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It’s time for the ninth annual Read It Forward adventure to begin. Once again, Georgetown ISD middle schools partner with the Georgetown Public Library and the Sun City Kiwanis Club to offer this exciting community reading challenge. Read It Forward is open to students in grades 6-8. Read one, two,

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Our wonderful tax volunteers are back! See times above to receive free tax assistance. Please be sure to bring previous returns, an accessible email address, and a text enabled phone.

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For this February, we’re getting a little romantic, and a little lost! On February 17th at 6:30 PM we’re screening Sleepless in Seattle, along with coffee and desserts! Bring your BFF or your significant other and enjoy the show. For the little ones, we’re screening Finding Dory on February 24th

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Georgetown Public Library and the Assistance League of Georgetown are pleased to announce our first joint fundraiser. An Evening in Paris will take place from 6-8 pm on Saturday, April 8, 2017 in the library. Tickets are now on sale at the library for $50 each. This partnership formed after

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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 bethni.king@georgetown.org Drop

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Mario fans ages 9 – 12, it’s time to bring Mario Kart to life at the Library Saturday February 4, 2017 at 1 pm. Work in teams to build your cart, and then run the relay race through the Mario Kart-themed obstacle course. Compete to win prizes! Registration is required.

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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

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    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

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We’re starting a book club just for teens! Come to learn about book club, play games, eat pizza and take home a free book! Teen Book Club will meet one Thursday a month at 5:30 pm to celebrate books and book lovers. This is an informal book club, so you

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An estimated 43.5 million caregivers provide care to a family member or friend age 50 or older. Caregiving for an elder with dementia or Alzheimer’s can be especially challenging. The Georgetown Public Library has gathered some resources to help support caregivers of older adults. The Elder Care Collection is located on the second

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  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

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Have you ever wondered what the inside of a computer looks like? Come find out this Saturday, September 17, at 3 pm! We’ll take apart old, discarded technology to get a look at the insides. Then, we’ll use the pieces to create robot art! If you have any old technology

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Georgetown has grown rapidly in the last few years, and with that growth Georgetown Public Library employees have seen an increase in families and seniors in crisis and those who are homeless. Library staff assisting these patrons often find that services are available, but researching those services and the agencies

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This September, the library becomes a maker space! We’re celebrating all things DIY and creative with events for all ages. September 10th at 1 p.m. we have a tween program with Minute to Make It-solve engineering challenges with creativity under a timed deadline. Sign up at the kid’s desk! Ages

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ALIVE INSIDE is a joyous cinematic exploration of music’s capacity to reawaken our souls and uncover the deepest parts of our humanity. Filmmaker Michael Rossato-Bennett’s camera reveals the uniquely human connection we find in music and how its healing power can triumph when other therapies fall short. Attend this free

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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.

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