Gym 1 and both Racquetball Courts are currently closed for annual floor maintenance and will reopen on Saturday, October 21. Please contact the Georgetown Recreation Center with any questions or concerns at (512) 930-3596.
The next Teen Finance 101 course begins on Nov. 6, and runs through Nov. 22. This class is designed for 12-18 year olds, and teaches the importance of money management and basic financial principles necessary for their future. This course is taught by Marjorie Anderson, former bank executive, co-founder and
The City of Georgetown Parks and Recreation Department’s Arbor Day Tree Giveaway will take place on Saturday, November 4. Participants must register in advance to receive one free 5-gallon tree per household. Only City of Georgetown residents are allowed to receive a tree through this program. Trees are intended for planting on
Ages 5-12 years Parents, when is the last time you had a date night? Bring your kiddos to us and enjoy a night out on the town! Goodwater Kids’ Night Out offers a safe and entertaining environment for children ages 5-12. From 5:45-8:45 p.m., our counselors will engage your child
The City of Georgetown Parks and Recreation Department is hosting a dance for adults age 18 and older with disabilities on Friday, Oct. 27, from 6-8 p.m. at the Georgetown Community Center, 445 E. Morrow St. The theme is Halloween! Admission is $5 for participants and includes a meal. Advanced
Fall into fitness with Georgetown Parks and Recreation! Fall classes start in September and the first day of the class is FREE! These classes require a single ticket: One Ticket: $5 Resident/$8 Nonresident 4-Ticket Punch Pass: $15 Resident/$25 Nonresident 10-Ticket Punch Pass: $35 Resident/$45 Nonresident Teen Power Yoga Easy to
Join us on Fri., Nov. 10 for a Blue Santa Dance Party at the Georgetown Recreation Center – Gym #2. Dance along with Santa and bring toys to all the good girls and boys! Enjoy a fun Zumba workout and kick off your holiday season. All ages are welcome! Donations
The City of Georgetown was awarded a $200,000 trail grant from the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department in early June. This grant will help fund a nearly half-mile concrete trail expansion from San Gabriel Park along the San Gabriel River to the Katy Crossing subdivision. The project will also include