Enjoy Holiday Lights in Georgetown’s Historic Town Square
November 21 @ 5:00 pm - December 27 @ 5:00 pmFree
Lighting ceremony of the Most Beautiful Town Square in Texas goes online
The city of Georgetown, Texas’s traditional Lighting of the Square event will look a little different this year due to Covid-19. The lights around the square and County Courthouse will be turned on mid-November so more people can visit in a socially distant manner. For the official lighting ceremony, the city will share a video on social media, featuring a countdown, lighting, and music for home viewing. The Square will be lit through January 2 so everyone can enjoy the lights and local flavor throughout the holiday season. Additionally, on November 27-29, the weekend after Thanksgiving, guests can enjoy treats from hot chocolate and kettle corn vendors.
Those visiting the square to enjoy the lights must comply with existing local and statewide orders, including wearing a mask wherever they are unable to keep six feet of distance from people outside their household.