Mindful Art with Sari series

Stressed? Discover the ways to cultivate a sense of the present with art. No experience needed! Learn simple techniques for anytime, anywhere calmness.

This is a six week series running once a week from January 30 to March 5, each session is from 2-3 p.m. Registration is required and supplies are limited. For adults ages 18+. 

See all classes here under the events tab. 

Stuffed Animal Sleepover

🎉 Get ready for a fluffy extravaganza – the stuffies are back! 🧸✨

On January 26, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., drop off your beloved stuffed pals at the Library for a night of wild adventures. 🌙📚 Tune in online as your stuffies dive into hijinks and shenanigans around the Library – it’s plushy pandemonium you won’t want to miss! 🤪📸

Pick up your stuffed animal sidekick on January 27, between 9 a.m. and noon, and be treated to a slideshow showcasing their overnight escapades.

Best part? This event is FREE and open to everyone! 🎈🎉 Have questions or just want to share your excitement? Contact the Library at 512-930-3551 or shoot us an email at library@georgetown.org.

Friendly Reminders: Participants are only allowed to bring one stuffed animal each. Tiny stuffed animals are cute, but are harder to spot in photographs. Please remember to choose a stuffed animal that won’t cause a sleepless night while it is away at the library!

Let the fluff-filled fun begin! 🥳🐻


Tween and Teen Pokemon Pajama Parties

Get ready for a Pokémon extravaganza at the Georgetown Public Library on December 16! It’s time for the ultimate Pokemon Pajama Party, where comfort meets adventure.

Tweens ages 9-12 will start their party at 1 p.m., and teens ages 12-18 will start their  party at 3 p.m.

Grab your comfiest clothes and join us for an epic afternoon of crafts, snacking, and all-around good times. Whether you’re a seasoned Pokémon master or just starting your journey, this event is tailor-made for you. This is the Pokémon event of the season, and we guarantee it’ll be a blast.

Snow and Find Supersized Scavenger Hunt

Get ready for a winter wonderland adventure at our come and go Snow and Find event on December 9 from 1-4 p.m. at the Library!

❄️ Search the library in this supersized scavenger hunt.  Explore the building top-to-bottom to find all the Snowy Story Stations and complete fun activities.  If you find all the stations you get a prize! ⛄️✨

Native American Heritage Month

November is Native American Heritage Month! Join us in honoring the diverse cultures, traditions, and contributions of Native Americans, weaving a vibrant tapestry that enriches the fabric of our nation.

This month serves as an opportunity to learn, appreciate, and share stories that echo through generations. Locally, Georgetown’s heritage is that of the Tonkawa tribe. Learn more about them here. 

Other ways to learn and celebrate Native American Heritage Month:

Happy Native American Heritage Month!


Homeschool Happenings is at 10:00 not 1:00 as noted on the printed calendar.

Homeschool families come learn, have fun, and connect.

November 2 at 10:00 the Goodwater Chapter of the Junior Master  Naturalists will teach us about dinosaurs with hands on activity stations.  The whole family is welcome but activities are geared towards elementary age children.

Tickets are required.  Tickets will be given out one hour before the start of the program at the Kids Desk.

For more information call the library at 512.930.3551 or email bethni.king@georgetown.org

Fall Into Stories

Join us on October 28 at 6 p.m. for an enchanting evening  to Fall Into Stories at the Library!

Get ready for a terrific time filled with a whispering woods, temporary tattoos, creative crafts, a photo op, and exciting games. Costumes are not just welcomed, they’re encouraged! This family-friendly event is perfect for all ages, so gather your loved ones and let’s celebrate the magic of fall together. We can’t wait to see you there!

Have any questions about this event? Call the Library at 512-930-3551, or reach out at library@georgetown.org.

Teen Anime Club

Anime lovers, we have the club for you! Teens ages 12-18 can meet at the Library every Third Thursday at 5 p.m. to watch episodes of The Disastrous Life of Saiki K and Blue Lock. These shows are both rated TV-14.

Come watch some anime, eat a snack, and have fun!

If you have questions or concerns, please reach out to Teen Librarian Margaret Lange via the Library at 512.930.3551.

Family Movie Day: The Bad Guys

Lights, Camera, Fun! Join us for Family Movie Day at the Georgetown Public Library!

Get ready to mark your calendars for a cinematic extravaganza that’s bound to light up your weekend. On September 30 at 2 p.m., the Georgetown Public Library is rolling out the red carpet for a special screening of the much-anticipated film “The Bad Guys.” Rated PG.

Bring the family and friends, blanket, and popcorn or snacks for a fun afternoon movie watching event. Family Movie Day is free and open to the public.

Reach out to the Library at 512-930-3551 or via email at library@georgetown.org with your questions.


The Library is excited to launch a new part of our collection: STEM Kits!

These kits come in tubs and have activities and books in them to foster learning and understanding of science, technology, engineering, art, and math. Learn how to build a brick building with mini bricks, or use straws and plastic connectors to create a sturdy structure. Buddha boards can help foster creativity, or k’Nex kits can illustrate how bridges are built and how to make them solid.

STEM kits are intended for ages Pre-K through 12. Kits are available for anyone to check out. Find our listing of available kits here.

Tips for STEM Kit check out: 

  • STEM Kits come with many parts. You may be tempted to throw away a containing box or plastic wrapper-please don’t! Return all items inside the kit to the Library.
  • STEM Kits check out for two weeks at a time. They cannot be renewed.
  • STEM Kits can be placed on hold.
  • Each family can check out two kits at a time.
  • STEM Kits are checked out from and returned to the children’s services desk. Please do not try to return kits in the book drop–the tubs will not fit!

If you have any questions about STEM Kits, please don’t hesitate to reach out to the Library via email or at 512.930.3551.