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Celebrate Annual Holiday Lighting Ceremony of Georgetown’s Historic Town Square

Nov 26, 2021 @ 5:30 pm - 10:00 pm


(AUSTIN, Texas) – The city of Georgetown, Texas’s traditional Lighting of the Square event will return to an in-person ceremony this year. The lights around the square and Williamson County Courthouse will be officially lit November 26, and will remain in place through January 1, 2022. Mayor Josh Schroeder and Williamson County Judge Bill Gravell will flip the switch and after the lighting, Santa Claus will be available for photos inside the courthouse in exchange for an unwrapped toy, wrapping paper or monetary donation, benefiting the Brown Santa program.

Festivities will begin at 5:30pm. Guests are encouraged to come early, enjoy holiday shopping and dining around the square, and witness the “Most Beautiful Town Square in Texas” light up with tens of thousands of lights. For more information including important parking details, visit https://visit.georgetown.org/the-annual-lighting-of-the-square/.

WHEN: November 26, 2021 – January 1, 2022

WHERE: Historic Town Square
E 7th St, Georgetown, TX 78626


About Georgetown, Texas
Established in 1848 as an agricultural trading center, Georgetown, Texas offers historic charm to residents and visitors, boasting one of the state’s 26 designated cultural districts and “The Most Beautiful Town Square in Texas.” Georgetown is also home of acclaimed historic restorations and a thriving arts scene.

Georgetown is located 25 miles north of Austin, Texas and is the county seat of Williamson County. With a vibrant offering of dining, shopping, art and history, plus miles of parks and trails, Georgetown is the perfect destination for a quick getaway or long-term stay. For more information, visit the website and follow on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

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