Georgetown’s Historic Town Square presents Holiday Lights
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, 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.