Pistons on the Square is a gathering of antique, classic, muscle and late model cars and motorcycles on the Square in Georgetown Texas the third Saturday of every month, 8-10 a.m. and is free to attend. To learn more, please go to facebook.com/pistonsonthesquare.
The 2020 Red Poppy Festival has been rescheduled to October 23-35 on The Most Beautiful Town Square in Texas! Free admission! Vendors open Friday night at 6 p.m. with a Friday Night Concert featuring Dysfunkshun Junkshun! More information coming soon. The full schedule will be posted at RedPoppyFestival.com.
Enjoy an entertaining tour while learning some of the rich Williamson County and Georgetown history! The Williamson Museum provides free guided tours of the beautiful historic Williamson County Courthouse. Tours are Fridays beginning at 1:30 p.m., 2:30 p.m., and 3:30 p.m. Plan to arrive a few minutes early and you may want to call ahead to confirm tours as they are subject to change, (512) 943-1670.
On First Fridays of each month, merchants stay open later for evening shopping – a wonderful time to explore The Most Beautiful Town Square in Texas! Stroll the historic streets, visiting galleries, meeting local artists and listening to live music in local restaurants and shops. Make sure you drop in at the Williamson Museum and the Georgetown Art Center from 6 – 8 p.m.! You never know what fun awaits you on a First Friday! For more information, please go to thegeorgetownsquare.com.
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Market Days features booths with arts & crafts, jewelry, unique clothing, woodcrafts, ironworks, festive foods, collectables, stained glass, along with music all day! Market Days are the Second Saturday of each month, March through November, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. You’ll also want to pop into some of the unique shops on The Most Beautiful Town Square in Texas! Sponsored by The Downtown Georgetown Association. They welcome you to come on down to the “Most Beautiful Square in Texas” and have fun shopping. While on the Square, be sure to visit the unique shops and restaurants that have made Georgetown a featured Texas destination.