Geoergetown Powwow

We are proud to bring the powwow back to Georgetown!  This year we will celebrate our indigenous friends and neighbors on September 28th at the Boys and Girls Club of Georgetown

Fiesta Georgetown

Fiesta Georgetown’s purpose is to celebrate the culture and heritage of the Hispanic/ Latinx community. We invite everyone to come and share in this festive celebration of music, food, art, and dance. The celebration will feature non-stop entertainment with a DJ, performances by the Round Rock Ballet Folkloric dancers and Mariachi Guadalajara. The event is open to the public and family friendly. There will be a wide variety of foods and non-alcoholic beverages for purchase. Funds raised through the event will go towards The Promise Fund Scholarship, which was created to benefit local high school senior students from underserved communities. There will also be community outreach organizations with bilingual speakers in attendance. The event will take place on Sunday October 1st from 1:00pm to 5:00pm at the Boys and Girls Club of Georgetown. Admission and parking is free.

Bill Picket Invitational Trail Ride

The Bill Picket Invitational Trail Ride calls cowboys and cowgirls of every color to gather for a picnic at the Pickett Trail trailhead in Georgetown's Chataqua Park and a trail ride to the Williamson County Rodeo located on Bill Pickett Trail in Taylor.  The public is invited to watch the riders from different viewpoints along the trail and welcome them when they arrive at the rodeo Saturday, October 26th, 2024 Start: Chatauqua Park, 602 Rucker St,